No one left behind
Louisian NLE takers all pass, all RNs

The Louisian community, especially the College of Health and Allied Sciences (CHAS), notes the achievement of all its Nursing graduates who took the Nurse Licensure Examination (NLE). They, including those who took the July 2012 board, are now all registered nurses.

The first batch of its graduates took the board in November 2008, and the 82 Louisian examinees all passed making the University the Top 1 Nursing School Nationwide (for the category of at least 30 examinees).

USL’s Nursing Education went on to etch its mark in the national scene as: Top 2 School (November 2009, for at least 30 examinees) and Top 6 School (December 2010). Since December 2010, the top performing Nursing schools are only those with 50 or more examinees and at least 80% passing rate.

The passing percentage of the University was consistently higher than the national passing percentage. Overall passing percentage of the University from November 2008 to July 2012 is 95.56%.

“Keep up the good work and carry on the mission to be competent, caring and compassionate nurses,” said CHAS Dean Dindo Asuncion for all the Louisian registered nurses.