Current Pass Rates For CA RN Programs

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    i have calculated the pass rates for california rn schools on average. i had a question on another forum regarding the reputation of the school. pass rates were brought up and i decided to pull them up for all ca schools. i hope everyone finds this helpful.

    http://www.rn.ca.gov/schools/passrates.shtml

    90-100%
    80-89%
    75-79%
    below 74%
    n/a


    years 2004-2009
    allan hancock college 83.4% (147 students)
    american river college 88.3% (515 students)
    american university of health sciences 100% (1 student), 2008-2009
    antelope valley college 89.5% (562 students)
    azusa pacific university-bsn 85.6% (426 students)
    azusa pacific university-msn 91.6% (82 students), 2005-2009
    bakersfield college 84.3% (577 students)
    biola university 88.1% (157 students)
    butte college 77.6% (253 students)
    cabrillo college 90.1% (264 students)
    california baptist university-bsn 95.5% (22 students), 2008-2009
    california baptist university-msn n/a
    csu bakersfield-bsn 78.9% (147 students), 2007-2009
    csu bakersfield-msn 86.3% (129 students) 2004-2008
    csu channel islands n/a
    csu chico 85.6% (337 students)
    csu dominguez hills 79.2% (24 students), 2008-2009
    csu east bay 89.2% (345 students)
    csu fresno-bsn 83.3% (576 students)
    csu fresno-msn 66.9% (51 students), 2007-2009
    csu fullerton-bsn n/a
    csu fullerton-msn 89.5% (57 students), 2008-2009
    csu long beach-bsn 86.57% (765 students)
    csu long beach-msn n/a
    csu los angeles-bsn 89.6% (406 students)
    csu los angeles-msn 64.0% (57 students), 2006-2009
    csu northridge 100% (16 students), 2008-2009
    csu sacramento-bsn 92.4% (692 students)
    csu sacramento-msn 90.0% (50 students), 2007-2008
    csu san bernardino 79.1% (517 students)
    csu san marcos 95.4% (43 students), 2008-2009
    csu stanislaus 88.1% (127 students)
    cerritos college 85.3% (499 students)
    chabot college 97.3% (179 students)
    chaffey college 98.3% (241 students)
    citrus college 88.6%, (24 students), 2007-2009
    city college of san francisco 84.2% (424 students)
    college of marin 85.6% (192 students)
    college of san mateo 84.2% (238 students)
    college of the canyons 86.4% (467 students)
    college of the desert 86.3% (474 students)
    college of the redwoods 87.3% (251 students)
    college of the sequoias 83.1% (583 students)
    college of the siskiyous 97.8% (24 students) 2007-2009
    concordia university irvine n/a
    contra costa college 95.5% (279 students)
    copper mountain college 53.2 (53 students), 2006-2009
    cuesta college 95.3% (221 students)
    cypress college 96.6% (409 students)
    de anza college 81.8% (372 students)
    dominical university of california 85.4% (299 students)
    east los angeles college 74.4% (450 students)
    el camino college 86.5% (477 students)
    el camino college-compton education center 66.9% (152 students)
    everest college n/a
    evergreen valley college 90.8% (265 students)
    fresno city college 78.1% (1146 students)
    gavilan college 89.6% (91 students)
    glendale community college 89.8% (379 students)
    golden west college 91.1% (622 students)
    grossmont college 83.6% (637 students)
    hartnell college 88.9% (96 students), {2006-2007 (n/a)}
    humboldt state university 84.3% (216 students)
    imperial valley college 69.6% (286 students)
    interamerican college n/a
    kaplan college 77.7% (521 students)
    loma linda university-adn 87.4% (534 students)
    loma linda university-bsn 77.2% (91 students)
    long beach city college 91.83% (563 students)
    la city college 79.5% (217 students)
    la county college of nursing & allied health 89.4% (555 students)
    la harbor college 96.5% (405 students)
    la pierce college 76.6% (322 students)
    la southwest college 71.1% (209 students)
    la trade-tech college 66.5% (226 students)
    la valley college 82.97% (423 students)
    los medanos college 89.6% (233 students)
    mendocino college 87.0% (97 students)
    merced college 84.1% (197 students)
    merritt college 90.5% (168 students)
    mira costa college 100% (33 students) 2007-2009)
    mission college n/a
    modesto junior college 93.9% (640 students)
    monterey peninsula college 92.7% (199 students)
    moorpark college 93.4% (382 students)
    mount st. mary's college-adn 74.5% (438 students)
    mount st. mary's college-bsn 83.7% (621 students)
    mt. san antonio college 90.9% (629 students)
    mt. san jacinto college 87.4% (305 students)
    napa valley college 78.0% (340 students)
    national university-adn 91.5% (156 students), 2005-2009
    national university-bsn 77.0% (230 students), 2005-2009
    ohlone college 93.3% (240 students)
    pacific union college 76.0% (486 students)
    palomar college 98.0% (299 students)
    pasadena city college 88.56% (526 students)
    point loma nazarene college 90.0% (226 students)
    rio hondo college 84.0% (415 students)
    riverside community college 92.3% (731 students)
    sacramento city college 97.4% (619 students)
    saddleback college 95.5% (535 students)
    samuel merritt college-bsn 86.5% (933 students)
    samuel merritt college-msn 92.9% (349 students)
    san bernardino valley college 87.6% (416 students)
    san diego city college 89.0% (327 students)
    san diego state university 94.1% (783 students)
    san francisco state university-bsn 81.2% (496 students)
    san francisco state university-msn 82.9% (228 students)
    san joaquin delta college 79.5% (650 students)
    san joaquin valley college 88.3% (32 students), 2007-2009
    san jose state university 76.5% (774 students)
    santa ana college 89.7% (521 students)
    santa barbara city college 88.3% (208 students)
    santa monica college 88.8% (300 students)
    santa rosa junior college 94.9% (411 students)
    shasta college 89.5% (337 students)
    sierra college 98.0% (248 students)
    solano community college 79.3% (254 students)
    sonoma state university-bsn 87.5% (181 students)
    sonoma state university-msn 100% (12 students), 2007-2008
    southwestern college 84.4% (254 students)
    unitek college 76.5% (91 students), 2007-2009
    uc irvine n/a
    uc los angeles-bsn n/a
    uc los angeles-msn 90.2% (51 students), 2008-2009
    uc san francisco 96.2% (335 students)
    university of phoenix-modesto n/a
    university san diego/hahn 93.6% (160 students)
    university of san francisco-bsn 92.7% (584 students)
    university of san francisco-msn 98.9% (205 students)
    ventura college 90.5% (441 students)
    victor valley college 89.8% (352 students)
    west coast university-inland empire-adn n/a
    west coast university-inland empire-bsn n/a
    west coast university-los angeles-adn 85.5% (624 students), 2006-2009
    west coast university-los angeles-bsn n/a
    west coast university-orange county-adn 93.5% (46 students), 2008-2009
    west coast university-orange county-bsn n/a
    western career college 82.2% (72 students), 2006-2009
    western university of health sciences 86.2% (162 students), 2005-2009
    west hills college lemoore n/a
    yuba college 90.2% (180 students)
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    to be honest no. I found the website easier on the eyes.
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    I'm sorry that it's difficult on your eyes, maybe I shouldn't have color coded it and it would have been easier. For me I like color coding because it stands out more. Sorry if it hurt your eyes. Thanks for the input.
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    no need to be sorry. I am sure its going to help other people. GJ on doing it too
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    i found this website the other day. yes, its very helpful. just the green hurts my eyes, lol.
    i did save this website to my laptop, home computer and my phone. lol. soon i will be applying to rn programs. thanks!
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    you will be happy to know that originally the green was changed from [color=yellow]yellow hahaha. i will know for next time to stay away fom the green and maybe try for the olive green instead. for some reason right now it wont let me edit and i don't know why.
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    Very helpful....thank you!!!

    I dont feel so bad now...
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    Copper Mountain College 53.2 (53 Students), 2006-2009

    Wow...that's crazy...although they've had such few students.

    Thanks for the info, it's really interesting to look at (and the colors are a nice touch!)
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    To be clear these are the % of students that passed the NCLEX not the % of students that made it through the program. Its an important distinction. For Example Chabot has a 97.3% passing rate for the NCLEX which sounds great until discovering that 60% of students who entered the program actually graduated. I found that the number of students that survive a given program is not as easy to find as the NCLEX rate. Hope this helps.
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