IWU Nursing Spring 2014: Volume 7 Issue 1 - Page 13

2,967 nursing students Nursing by the Numbers 493 traditional 1,662 Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) 757 23 9.4:1 Master of Science in Nursing Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) 55 Transition to Nursing (TTN) 138 Administration 151 Education 468 Nurse Practitioner 1/6 students on IWU’s residential Marion campus who are part of the School of Nursing student to faculty ratio (combines part-time and full-time faculty members) 932 total School of Nursing graduates, 2012-2013 $43,000,000 3 divisions price tag on the Science and Nursing Building, making it the most costly building project in Indiana Wesleyan University’s history. 2009 School of Nursing created. Baccalaureate nursing education first began at IWU in 1972. 6.5% percentage of male nursing students Division of Pre-licensure Nursing, Division of Post-licensure Nursing, and Division of Graduate Studies in Nursing 257 part-time faculty 59 full-time faculty 12.6% African American .3% American Indian or Alaskan Native 93% IWU’s National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) pass rate. In 2013, the national average for all RN test-takers was just 74.41%. 1.1% Asian IWU SON students 2% Hispanic or Latino .1% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 83.9% White facebook.com/IWUSofN 13