The results for the first-quarter National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) are in, and Aultman College of Nursing and Health Sciences has a perfect score.
All of the first-time test takers from Aultman College passed the NCLEX, which is the nationwide exam for the licensing of nurses. These are students who graduated from the college’s Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) program and took the test for the first time between January and March of 2016.
Aultman College’s rate is well above the average Ohio rate of 79.27 percent and the national average of 83.59 percent.
“We are extremely proud of our graduates and the instructors, preceptors, and other staff who are part of our ASN program,” said Aultman College President Rebecca Crowl. “We are known for having a rigorous nursing program, and the NCLEX passage rate is a key indicator of the success of the Aultman College educational model.”