In 2018, 100 percent of Carroll University’s 78 nursing graduates passed their NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) examination.
Success on the NCLEX is indicative of students’ knowledge, skills and abilities essential to deliver safe and effective nursing care at the entry level.
“This success reflects the continued quality and rigor of our nursing program,” said Dr. Teri Kaul, Ph.D., APRN-CNP, chair of Carroll’s department of nursing. “Our excellent nursing faculty and staff are dedicated to preparing the future nursing workforce for the 21st century.”
Carroll nursing students are highly sought after and, upon graduation, many have already accepted positions in healthcare systems across Wisconsin and other states. Graduates go on to work in areas like community health, pediatrics, maternal child care, emergency departments, peri-operative care, intensive care units and oncology.
“As nurse educators, we instill in our students a desire for lifelong learning, meaning their education never stops. In fact, many of our students continue on to graduate studies,” Kaul said.