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1 PRE-LICENSURE PROGRAMS BSN Program Survey This section of the survey pertains to all students in your BSN Program between August 1, 2013 and July 31, Include LVN to BSN students unless otherwise noted. If your program admits students more than once per year, combine all student cohorts admitted during the time period specified. If the program has no instances of a particular population, please enter 0 in the space provided. If the data are not available, please leave the space blank. BSN1_2011: 1. Please check all that apply for your BSN Program. BSN Program Types Traditional Program Evening Program Accelerated Program Extended LVN to BSN Program Part-time Program Collaborative/Shared Education Weekend Program Contract Education Other (describe) BSN1a: Distance Education a) If your BSN program offers an accelerated track, is it available via distance education? Yes No BSN2_2012: 2. Please provide the total number of new student enrollments in your nursing program between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14. Include all students new to the program, including generic, accelerated track, advanced placement, LVN to BSN, transfer, and 30-unit option students. Do not count readmitted students. New student enrollments Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 50 of 125

2 BSN3_2012: 1. Please provide the number of students in each of the following program tracks for all new student enrollments in your nursing program between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14. Do not include readmitted students. Program Track Generic Accelerated Track Advanced Placement, including LVN to BSN Transfer 30-Unit Option BSN3a_2014: a. Are any of the students reported here concurrently enrolled in an ADN/BSN program? Yes No If yes, BSN3ai_2014: BSN3aii_2014: i. How many of your new students are concurrently enrolled in an ADN/BSN program? ii. In which of the program tracks did you categorize new students concurrently enrolled in an ADN/BSN program? Generic Accelerated Track Advanced Placement, including LVN to ADN Transfer 30-unit option Not applicable (please describe) BSN4_2012: 4. Please provide a breakdown of all new student enrollments in your nursing program between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14 by ethnicity, gender and age. Include all students new to the program, including generic, accelerated track, advanced placement, LVN to BSN, transfer, and 30-unit option students. Do not include readmitted students. If you do not know the ethnic, gender or age distribution of your students, enter the appropriate number of students into the unknown field. ETHNICITY Black/African American American Indian or Alaska Native Asian/Pacific Islander (if not placed in another category) Asian Indian Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 51 of 125

3 Filipino Native Hawaiian or Other Non- Filipino Pacific Islander White/Caucasian Hispanic/Latino Mixed race Other race Unknown race GENDER Male Female Unknown AGE years years years years years years 61 years and older Unknown Please answer the following questions for the first bachelor s degree nursing course. Only include generic BSN students. Do not include advanced placement, LVN to BSN, transfer, 30- unit option, accelerated track, or readmitted students. BSN5_2012: 5. How many admission spaces for the first AD nursing course were available between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14? Admission spaces available BSN5a_2012: a) How many of these spaces were supported by i) Donor partners? ii) Grants? BSN6: 6. Did you enroll more new students between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14 than you had admission space for? Yes No BSN6a: If yes, why? (Check all that apply) To account for student attrition Grant or donor funding Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 52 of 125

4 Additional budget funding available Other: BSN7_2013: 7. How many total applications were received for the first bachelor s degree nursing course from 8/1/13 to 7/31/14? Do not include applications on a waitlist. (If your school admits all qualified applicants and guarantees them a place in the nursing program, please report the total number of general applicants to the school (rather than just the nursing program) and then report the numbers of qualified and admitted students for the first nursing course.) Total applications Of these applications, how many were: BSN7c_2013: a) screened? BSN7a_2012: b) qualified? BSN7b_2012: c) admitted (admitted applicants are the number of individuals who received official notice from the program that they were invited to begin the nursing program during the reporting period)? BSN8: 8. If you maintain an ongoing waiting list, on October 15, 2014 how many qualified applicants for the first bachelor s degree nursing course were on the waiting list? Only include applicants who are on an ongoing waiting list and will be considered for a subsequent application cycle. qualified applicants BSN8b_2013: a) How long do you keep a qualified applicant on the waiting list? until the subsequent application cycle is complete and all spaces are filled (1 application cycle) for 2 application cycles until they are admitted other (please describe ) BSN8a: b) On average, how long do you estimate it takes for a person to enroll in the first nursing course after being placed on the waiting list? quarters/semester BSN9_2012: 9. What admission criteria do you use to identify qualified applicants? (check all that apply) None Minimum/Cumulative GPA Minimum grade level in prerequisite courses Geographic location Completion of prerequisite courses Recent completion of prerequisite courses Repetition of prerequisite science courses Pre-enrollment assessment test Health-related work experience Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 53 of 125

5 Personal statement Other: Other: Other: BSN10_2012: 10. How many qualified applicants were not accepted for enrollment in the first bachelor s degree nursing course between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14 due to lack of capacity? Qualified applicants not accepted BSN11: 11. What method(s) do you use to select students from the qualified applicant pool? (check all that apply) Ranking by specific criteria Interviews First come, first served (waiting list) First come, first served (based on application date for the quarter/semester) Goal statement Other: BSN12: 12. How many times per year do you admit students? Once Twice Three times Other: BSN13: 13. Does your school have an LVN to BSN program that exclusively admits LVN students? (If your school also has a generic BSN program, but the LVN to BSN program is offered separately or differs significantly from the generic program, check Yes. ) Yes No (If no, skip to question 14) Please answer the following questions for the first LVN to BSN course that only admits LVN to BSN students. Do not include generic BSN students or advanced placement LVNs admitted to your generic BSN program. BSN13a_2012: 13 a. How many admission spaces for the first LVN to BSN course were available between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14? Admission spaces available BSN13a1_2012: a) How many of these spaces were supported by i) Donor partners? ii) Grants? Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 54 of 125

6 BSN13b_2013: 13 b. How many total applications were received for the first LVN to BSN course from 8/1/13 to 7/31/14? Do not include applications on a waitlist. (If your school admits all qualified applicants and guarantees them a place in the nursing program, please report the total number of general applicants to the school (rather than just the nursing program) and then report the numbers of qualified and admitted students for the first nursing course.) Total applications Of these applications, how many were: BSN13b3_2013: a) screened? BSN13b1_2012: b) qualified? BSN13b2_2012: c) admitted (admitted applicants are the number of individuals who received official notice from the program that they were invited to begin the nursing program during the reporting period)? BSN13c_2013: 13 c. If you maintain an ongoing waiting list, on October 15, 2014 how many qualified applicants for the first LVN to BSN course were on the waiting list? Only include applicants who are on an ongoing waiting list and will be considered for a subsequent application cycle. qualified applicants BSN13c2_2013: a) How long do you keep a qualified applicant on the waiting list? until the subsequent application cycle is complete and all spaces are filled (1 application cycle) for 2 application cycles until they are admitted other (please describe ) BSN13c1: b) On average, how long do you estimate it takes for a person to enroll in the first LVN to BSN course after being placed on the waiting list? quarters/semesters BSN13d_2012: 13 d. What admission criteria do you use to identify qualified LVN to BSN applicants? (check all that apply) None Minimum/Cumulative GPA Minimum grade level in prerequisite courses Geographic location Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 55 of 125

7 Completion of prerequisite courses Recent completion of prerequisite courses Repetition of prerequisite science courses Pre-enrollment assessment test Health-related work experience Personal statement Other: Other: Other: BSN13e_2012: 13 e. How many qualified applicants were not accepted for enrollment in the first LVN to BSN course between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14 due to lack of capacity? Qualified applicants not accepted BSN13f: 13 f. What method(s) do you use to select LVN to BSN students from the qualified applicant pool? (check all that apply) Ranking by specific criteria Interviews First come, first served (waiting list) First come, first served (based on application date for the quarter/semester) Goal statement Other: This section of the survey pertains to all students in your BSN Program between August 1, 2013 and July 31, Include LVN to BSN students unless otherwise noted. If your program admits students more than once per year, combine all student cohorts admitted during the time period specified. BSN14_2013: 14. Census Data: On October 15, 2014, how many total students (new and continuing) were enrolled in the BSN program? (This includes generic, transfer, readmitted, advanced placement, LVN to BSN, 30-unit option, and accelerated track students.) Students Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 56 of 125

8 BSN14a_2013: 14a. Please provide a breakdown of all students (new and continuing) enrolled in the BSN program on October 15, 2014 by ethnicity, gender and age. Include all students enrolled in the program on 10/15/2014. If you do not know the ethnic, gender or age distribution of your students, enter the appropriate number of students into the unknown field. ETHNICITY Black/African American American Indian or Alaska Native Asian/Pacific Islander (if not placed in another category) Asian Indian Filipino Native Hawaiian or Other Non- Filipino Pacific Islander White/Caucasian Hispanic/Latino Mixed race Other race Unknown race GENDER Male Female Unknown AGE years years years years years years 61 years and older Unknown age BSN14b_2014: 14.b. On October 15, 2014, how many of all new and continuing students enrolled in the BSN program have declared a disability? BSN14bi_2014: iii. Of these students, how many have declared the following types of disabilities? (If a student has more than one disability, please include the student in as many categories as applicable. The sum of all disabilities reported may not equal the total number of individual students who have declared a disability.) Autism/Asperger s Spectrum Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 57 of 125

9 ADD/ADHD Blind or Visually Impaired Brain Injuries Deaf/Hard-of Hearing Intellectual Disabilities Learning Disabilities Medical Disabilities/Chronic Illness Physical Disabilities Psychiatric Disabilities Communication/Speech and Language Disabilities Other Unknown BSN14c_2014: 14.c. How many of all new and continuing students enrolled in the BSN program on October 15, 2014 have received accommodations for a declared disability between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14? BSN14ci_2014: c) Of these students, please report the number of students receiving the accommodations listed below. (If a student receives more than one accommodation, please include the student in as many categories as applicable. The sum of all modifications reported may not equal the total number of individual students who have declared a disability.) Academic Counseling/Advising Disability-Related Counseling/Referral Adaptive Equipment/Physical Space/Facilities Interpreter and Captioning Services Exam Accommodations (Modified/Extended Time/Distraction Reduced Space) Assistive Technology/Alternative Format Note-Taking Services/Reader/Audio Recording/Smart Pen Priority Registration Reduced Courseload Transportation/Mobility Assistance and Services/Parking Other BSN15_2012: 15. What do you expect your new student enrollment to be in the following academic years? a) b) BSN16: 16. Which of the following are barriers to the expansion of your nursing program(s)? (Check no more than five.) No barriers to program expansion Insufficient number of qualified clinical faculty Insufficient number of qualified classroom faculty Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 58 of 125

10 Insufficient funding for faculty salaries Faculty salaries not competitive Insufficient funding for program support (e.g. clerical, travel, supplies, equipment) Insufficient number of clinical sites Insufficient number of allocated spaces for the nursing program Insufficient support for nursing school by college or university Insufficient number of physical facilities and space for skills labs Insufficient number of physical facilities and space for classrooms Insufficient financial support for students Other (please describe): Other (please describe): Other (please describe): BSN16a: 16a) If you selected lack of clinical sites as one of your top barriers to program expansion, which of the following strategies have you employed to mitigate this barrier? (Check all that apply) Human patient simulators Community based options/ambulatory care (e.g. homeless shelters, nurse managed clinics, community health centers) Twelve-hour shifts Evening shifts Night shifts Weekend shifts Non-traditional clinical sites, e.g. correctional facilities Innovative skills lab experiences Preceptorships Regional computerized clinical placement system Other: None BSN17_2013: 17. This program is accredited by: (Check all that apply) ACEN (formerly NLNAC) CCNE Neither PROGRAM COMPLETION AND RETENTION RATES Please answer the following questions concerning student completion and retention as they pertain to different student tracks, programs and demographics. These questions pertain solely to those students who completed the BSN program between August 1, 2013 and July 31, 2014 unless otherwise noted. Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 59 of 125

11 If the program has no instances of a particular population, please enter 0 in the space provided. If the data are not available, please leave the space blank. BSN18_2012: 18. Please provide the total number of all students who completed the nursing program between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14. Include generic, advanced placement, LVN to BSN, transfer, 30-unit option, accelerated track, and readmitted students. Also include students who completed the program behind schedule Total number of students who completed the program BSN19_2012: 19. Please provide the number of students in each of the following program tracks for all students who completed the nursing program between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14. Count each student only once. Program Track Generic Advanced Placement/ LVN to BSN Transfer 30-Unit Option Readmitted Accelerated Track BSN20_2012: 20. Please provide the ethnicity, gender and age for all students who completed the nursing program between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14. Include generic, advanced placement, LVN to BSN, transfer, 30-unit option, accelerated track, and readmitted students. Also include students who completed the program behind schedule. If you do not know the ethnic, gender or age distribution of your students, enter the appropriate number of students into the unknown field ETHNICITY Black/African American American Indian or Alaska Native Asian/Pacific Islander (if not placed in another category) Asian Indian Filipino Native Hawaiian or Other Non- Filipino Pacific Islander Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 60 of 125

12 White/Caucasian Hispanic/Latino Mixed race Other race Unknown race GENDER Male Female Unknown AGE years years years years years years 61 years and older Unknown BSN20a_2014: 20.a. How many of all students who completed the BSN program between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14 have declared a disability? BSN20ai_2014: i. Of these students, how many have declared the following types of disabilities? (If a student has more than one disability, please include the student in as many categories as applicable. The sum of all disabilities reported may not equal the total number of individual students who have declared a disability.) Autism/Asperger s Spectrum ADD/ADHD Blind or Visually Impaired Brain Injuries Deaf/Hard-of Hearing Intellectual Disabilities Learning Disabilities Medical Disabilities/Chronic Illness Physical Disabilities Psychiatric Disabilities Communication/Speech and Language Disabilities Other Unknown BSN20b_2014: 20.b. How many of all students who completed the BSN program between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14 have received accommodations for a declared a disability? BSN20bi_2014: Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 61 of 125

13 i. Of these students, please report the number of students receiving the accommodations listed below. (If a student receives more than one accommodation, please include the student in as many categories as applicable. The sum of all modifications reported may not equal the total number of individual students who have declared a disability.) Academic Counseling/Advising Disability-Related Counseling/Referral Adaptive Equipment/Physical Space/Facilities Interpreter and Captioning Services Exam Accommodations (Modified/Extended Time/Distraction Reduced Space) Assistive Technology/Alternative Format Note-Taking Services/Reader/Audio Recording/Smart Pen Priority Registration Reduced Courseload Transportation/Mobility Assistance and Services/Parking Other BSN21_2013: 21. For students who completed the BSN program between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14, estimate the percentage of graduates employed in each of the following settings or enrolled in a more advanced nursing degree program on October 15, The total of all percentages should equal 100%. Setting Hospitals Long-term care facilities Community/public health facilities Other healthcare facilities Pursuing additional nursing education in lieu of employment (i.e. MSN, PhD, DNP) Unable to find employment in nursing Other Unknown % % % % Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 62 of 125

14 22. Please answer the following questions for the original cohort(s) of students scheduled on admission to complete the program between August 1, 2013 and July 31, If there were several cohorts of students who were scheduled on admission to complete the program during the time period above, include all cohorts of students. If your school admits all qualified applicants and guarantees them a place in the nursing program, please report the total number of students starting the nursing core (rather than all students scheduled on admission to the university to complete the program). Only include generic BSN students. Do not include advanced placement, LVN to BSN, transfer, 30-unit option, accelerated track, or readmitted students BSN22_2013: Students Students Students Students Scheduled on admission to complete the program: a) Of these students, how many BSN22a_2012: Completed the program on schedule? BSN22b_2012: Dropped out of the program or were disqualified? BSN22c_2012: Are still enrolled in the program? BSN22d_2012: Completed the program between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14 but behind schedule? Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 63 of 125

15 23. If you have an accelerated track, please answer the following questions for the original cohort(s) of students scheduled on admission to complete the program between August 1, 2013 and July 31, If there were several cohorts of students who were scheduled on admission to complete the program during the time period above, include all cohorts of students. If your school admits all qualified applicants and guarantees them a place in the nursing program, please report the total number of students starting the nursing core (rather than all students scheduled on admission to the university to complete the program). Only include accelerated track BSN students. Do not include generic, advanced placement, transfer, 30-unit option, or readmitted students BSN23_2013: Accelerated Track Students Accelerated Track Students Accelerated Track Students Accelerated Track Students Scheduled on admission to complete the program: a) Of these students, how many BSN23a_2012: Completed the program on schedule? BSN23b_2012: Dropped out of the program or were disqualified? BSN23c_2012: Are still enrolled in the program? BSN23d_2012: Completed the program between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14 but behind schedule? BSN24_2013: 24. How many students in the accelerated track took the NCLEX for the first time between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013? BSN24a_2012: 24a. Of these accelerated track students, how many passed the NCLEX on their first attempt? Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 64 of 125

16 ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS BSN25: 25. Please indicate the mechanisms in place to facilitate a seamless progression from LVN to BSN education. (Check all that apply) Direct articulation of LVN coursework Bridge course Use of skills lab course to document competencies Credit granted for LVN coursework following successful completion of a specific BSN course(s) Use of tests (such as NLN achievement tests or challenge exams to award credit) Specific program advisor Other: BSN26_2013: 26. Does your nursing program participate in a Collaborative/Shared Program/Agreement with another nursing program leading to a higher degree? Yes No BSN26a_2013: 26.a. Do you have a formal agreement (i.e. MOU)? Yes No BSN26b_2013: 26.b. Do you have an informal agreement (i.e. collaborative, dual enrollment, concurrent ADN/BSN program)? Yes No CLINICAL SPACE BSN27_2014: 27. Were you denied clinical placement at a hospital in that you had last year ( )? Yes No BSN27a_2014: a) Were you offered an alternative at that a hospital that differed from the placement you had the previous year? Yes No BSN27b_2014: b) How many hospital placements did you lose in ? Only include placements for which you did not accept alternate placements at the same hospital. BSN28_2014: 28. Were you denied a unit at a hospital in that you had last year ( )? Yes No BSN28a_2014: a) Were you offered an alternative at that hospital that differed from the unit you had the previous year? Yes No Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 65 of 125

17 BSN28b_2014: b) How many hospital units did you lose in ? Only include units for which you did not accept alternate units at the same hospital. BSN29_2014: 29. Were you denied a shift at a hospital in that you had last year ( )? Yes No BSN29a_2014: a) Were you offered an alternative at that hospital that differed from the shift you had the previous year? Yes No BSN29b_2014: b) How many hospital shifts did you lose in ? Only include shifts for which you did not accept alternate shifts at the same hospital. BSN30_2014: 30. If you were denied a clinical placement, unit or shift in , what were the reasons given? (Check all that apply.) No longer accepting ADN students Decrease in patient census Staff nurse overload or insufficient qualified staff Nurse residency programs Clinical facility seeking magnet status More nursing students in the region have increased competition for clinical space Displaced by another program Closure or partial closure of clinical facility Change in facility ownership/management Implementation of electronic health records Visit from the Joint Commission or other accrediting agency The facility began charging a fee for the placement and your program would not pay Other: BSN30a_2014: 30.a. Between August 1, 2013 and July 31, 2014, did your program pay for a clinical placement? Do not include fees for training or student orientation. Yes No BSN30ai_2014: i. If yes, did your program: offer to pay a fee to the facility/agency for a clinical placement? receive a request from a facility/agency to pay a fee for a clinical placement? BSN31_2011: 31. In which areas did you lose a clinical placement, shift or unit in ? (Check all that apply) Medical/surgical Obstetrics Pediatrics Psychiatry/Mental Health Geriatrics Critical Care Community Health Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 66 of 125

18 Other 1 (Describe: ) Other 2 (Describe: ) BSN32_2011: 32. How many students were affected by this loss of clinical placement(s), unit(s) or shift(s)? students BSN32a_2012: 33. Which of the following strategies did you use to cover the loss of clinical placements, shifts and/or units? (Check all that apply) Replaced with a different unit or shift within the same clinical placement site Replaced with a unit or shift at a different clinical placement site that is currently being used by the nursing program Added (or replaced with) a new clinical placement, unit and/or shift not previously used by the nursing program. Clinical simulation Reduced the number of students admitted to the program Other (please describe: ) BSN33_2011: 34. Did you increase out-of-hospital clinical placements in the last year ( )? Yes No BSN33a_2011: a.) If yes, in which of the following alternative sites (other than acute care hospital) were students placed? (Check all that apply.) Skilled nursing/rehabilitation facility health agency/home health service Medical practice, clinic, physician office Surgery center/ambulatory care center Urgent care, not hospital-based Public health or community health agency Outpatient mental health/substance abuse Occupational health or employee health service Renal dialysis unit Correctional facility, prison or jail Hospice School health service (K-12 or college) Case management/disease management Other (please describe: ) Last Revised: 8/27/2014 Page 67 of 125

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