Number and Percent Passing of First Time Candidates Educated in Massachusetts Regardless of State of Initial Licensure

Data reported by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing

Registered Nurses

 

School Name

Number of Candidates Examined

Number of Passing Candidates

Passing Percentage

1

Northeastern University - MSN

2222100%
2

Salem State College - MSN

1111100%
3

Simmons College - MSN

3737100%
4

University of Massachusetts - Worcester

3232100%
5

Becker College

676699%
6

Curry College

878598%
7

Fitchburg State College

363597%
8

Lawrence Memorial/Regis College 

11210896%
9

Regis College - MSN

464496%
10

Anna Maria (Associate Degree)

171694%
11

Simmons College - BSN

16515594%
12

Bristol Community College

11210594%
13

Endicott College - RN/BS

312994%
14

North Shore Community College

595593%
15

Springfield Tech Community College

726793%
16

Roxbury Community College

413893%
17

Quincy College

1079993%
18

Boston College - MSN

393692%
19

Massachusetts Bay CC

736792%
20

MGH Institute of Health Prof - MSN

948691%
21

Berkshire Community College

464291%
22

Cape Cod Community College

575291%
23

Mass College of Pharm - 2nd Bachelors - Worcester

766991%
24

Greenfield Community College

484390%
25

Boston College - BSN

958589%
26

Bunker Hill Community College

11310189%
27

Quinsigamond Community College

847589%
28

Northern Essex Community College

363289%
29

Regis College - BS

433888%
30

University of Massachusetts - Amherst

14412788%
31

Mass College of Pharm - Accelerated BSN - Boston

554887%
32

Massasoit Community College

1109687%
33

Holyoke Community College

383387%
34

MGH Institute of Health Prof - BS

988587%
35

Northeastern University - BS

958286%
36

American International College

736386%
37

University of Massachusetts - Lowell

706086%
38

Brockton Hospital

1028785%
39Mt Wachusett Community College1089184%
40Laboure College1149684%
 41

Our Lady of the Elms College

554684%
42Middlesex Community College726083%
43University of Massachusetts - Boston19015783%
44Worcester State College504080%
45Salem State College - BS18814778%
46University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth1179077%
47Atlantic Union College1037472%
 Massachusetts Total by Program3,6403,21288.24%
 

Massachusetts Total by Quarter

3,6453,21688.23%
 

NATIONAL Total (US Educated)

144,565127,07487.90%

 

Number and Percent Passing of First Time Candidates Educated in Massachusetts
Regardless of State of Initial Licensure
Data reported by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing

Practical Nurses

 

School Name

Number of Candidates Examined

Number of Passing Candidates

Passing Percentage

1

Blackstone Valley Regional Voc Tech School

1919100%
2

Bristol Plymouth Regional Technical School

5050100%
3

McCann Regional Technical School

1212100%
4

North Shore Community College

3131100%
5

Southeastern Regional Technical School

3434100%
6

Blue Hills Regional Technical School

363597%
7

Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School

525096%
8

Bay Path Vocational Technical High School

181794%
9

Mount Wachusett CC

282693%
10

Greenfield Community College

272593%
11

Tri-County Regional Voc Tec School

403793%
12

Northern Essex Community College

262492%
13

Quincy College

767092%
14

Quinsigamond Community College

575291%
15

Shawsheen Valley Regional Technical School

343191%
16

Holyoke Community College

322991%
17

Assabet Valley Regional Technical School

302790%
18

Diman Regional Regional Technical School

343088%
19

Medical Professional Institute

393487%
20

Berkshire Community College

221986%
21

Greater Lowell Regional Technical School

665786%
22

Roxbury Community College

211886%
23Montachusett Regional Technical School332885%
24Massachusetts Bay Community College544583%
25Massachusetts Soldiers Home (closed Aug. 2009)100%
 MASSACHUSETTS Total by Program87280091.74%
 

MASSACHUSETTS Total by Quarter

87680491.78%
 

NATIONAL Total (US Educated)

65,32955,42484.84%

 


This information is provided by the Division of Health Professions Licensure within the Department of Public Health.