Retention and Graduation
Central to Ohio University’s mission and vision is student development and success. Retention, graduation, further education, employment, and licensure pass rates all provide indicators with regard to student achievement at Ohio University.
Questions OHIO Outcomes Dashboard Can Answer:
- What proportion of OHIO graduates are employed one year after graduating and how long did it take them to be employed? What is their average annual wage and what are the trends?
- What proportion of OHIO graduates pursue further education and how soon after graduating?
- How does employment and further education outcomes for OHIO graduates vary by degree level, college, field of study, major, or any combination of the above?
OHIO Outcomes Dashboard can be used to support:
- Students’ career and academic advisement
- Evidence for accreditation and program reviews
- Recruitment of and marketing to new students
Sources of Outcomes Data:
- Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services (ODJFS): provided employment data for graduates through a matching of records between OHIO and ODJFS Unemployment Insurance (UI) system. It is important to note that matched data only tracks employment in Ohio. It excludes federal employees and self-employed.
- Career and Further Education (CAFE) Survey: provided supplemental employment data on graduates’ whose records were not found in the ODJFS match.
- National Student Clearinghouse (NSC): provided further education data through a match of records with NSC that provides national post-secondary enrollment and completion data.
US Census Bureau's Post-Secondary Employment Outcomes Explorer
Post-Secondary Employment Outcomes (PSEO) is a new set of statistics on the earnings and employment outcomes of graduates of select post-secondary institutions, including graduates from the state of Ohio, in the United States and is constructed using Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics (LEHD) data. Earnings Outcomes reports earnings by institution, degree field, degree level and graduation cohort for 1, 5 and 10 years after graduation. Employment Flows tabulations provide the destination industry and geography of employment for graduates of an institution by degree level, degree field, and graduation cohort, for one, five, and 10 years after graduation.
PSEO data can be accessed via the PSEO Explorer visualization tool. This interactive tool allows for comparisons of employment outcomes through dynamic grouped bar charts and employment flows through Sankey diagrams.
College & Department Boards and Licensure Pass Rates:
College of Health Sciences and Professions Pass Rates:
|CHSP School of Nursing Pass Rates||Pass Rates|
|ADS Annual NCLEX-RN pass rates (According to OBN calculations)||Pass Rates 2017 through 2020|
|NCLEX-RN pass rates for all location and modalities BSN||Pass Rates 2014 through 2020|
|Graduate Program Certification Rates||Pass Rates 2014 through 2020|
|Master of Athletic Training-Professional||BOC Pass Rates 2017-18 through 2019-20|
|CHSP School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences Pass Rates||Pass Rates|
|Physical Therapy||NPTE Pass Rates 2008-2020|
|AuD and MS-SLP||PRAXIS Exam Pass Rates 2018-19 through 2020-21|
|Physician Assistant Practice||PANCE Pass Rates 2017 through 2020|
CHSP Pass Rates by Year:
|Social and Public Health||Child and Family Studies Pass Rates for Certified Child Life Specialist Exam||100%||100%||100%||100%||100%||100%||100%|
|Interdisciplinary Health Studies||Medical Assisting Technology program certification (5 year average is 88%)||--||80%||100%||100%||100%||75%||--|
|Applied Health Sciences and Wellness||RD/RDN (Registered Dietician/ Registered Dietitian Nutritionist) pass rates within one year of first attempt (5 year average is 96%)||--||--||100%||100%||100%||84.21%||100%|
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