Culminating Project Title
Date of Award
Culminating Project Type
Higher Education Administration: Ed.D.
Educational Administration and Higher Education
School of Education
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Keywords and Subject Headings
retention, admission, nursing, NCLEX, Tinto, Shelton
This study examined the relationship of admission criteria and mobility nursing student success as measured by retention and NCLEX-RN passing on first attempt at five colleges in a Midwest state community college system. Admission criteria, demographic and retention survey data was collected and analyzed related to student program retention and NCLEX-RN passing results. The education level of mother was positively correlated to student retention. The results suggest there is a positive relationship between PN GPA and prerequisite GPA and nursing student retention. A positive correlation was found between four student retention items and perceived faculty support, one student retention item of self-efficacy, and two student retention items of outcome expectations. There was a positive relationships found between the admission criterion of prerequisite GPA and passing of NCLEX-RN on first attempt.
Frisch, Connie, "Nursing Program Acceptance Criteria" (2019). Culminating Projects in Higher Education Administration. 36.