The mission of the Roane State Community College nursing program is to advance the overall purpose and mission of the college by providing a career-oriented educational program in nursing which is responsive to community need, responsible to individuals and accountable to the constituencies which it serves.
The student who successfully completes the Roane State Community College nursing program will demonstrate eight core components of nursing practice. These relate to professional behaviors, communication, assessment, clinical decision making, caring interventions, teaching and learning, collaboration and managing care.
The expected levels of achievement for program outcomes relating to graduation rate, licensure pass rate and job placement are as follows:
|Year||RSCC Pass Rate||National Mean|
|Admission Year||Graduation Rate|
|Admitted Fall 2010 (graduated Spring 2013)||78%|
|Admitted Fall 2011 (graduated Spring 2014)||77%|
|Admitted Fall 2012 (graduated Spring 2015)||80%|
|Admitted Fall 2013 (graduated Spring 2016)||61%|
|Admitted Fall 2014 (graduated Spring 2017)||74%|
*Rates rounded to nearest whole number
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