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Who We Are

Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences is an educational leader serving exceptional students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in nursing and in additional health professions.

As an independent institution of higher education closely affiliated with Saint Luke’s Hospital, the College seeks to prepare graduates to become health professionals that can effectively meet the health care needs of diverse populations and work in a variety of complex organizations.

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Job Placement

Our graduates report a 100% job placement rate. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the health care industry will continue to outpace other occupations by growing as much as 31% by 2026. The high rate of job growth along with our affiliation with the third-largest private employer in Kansas City, helps our graduates find employment at a high rate.

Job placement rate based on SLCHS’s BSN 2017 post-graduation survey. Growth data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics 2017 Report

The Facts

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Completion Rate

All students enrolling in our MSN degree complete the program.

AG-ACNP and NE programs from 2015-2017. FNP not yet reporting. Reported in January 2019 CCNE self-study.

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Average Student Age

Our programs serve both first-time freshman and working adults returning to school.

2018 student data across all programs.

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Pass Rate

Our AG-ACNP students passed their ANCC Certification Exams at a 93% rate the first time they sat for the exam—a rate well above the national average of 84%.

Average of scores for the AG-ACNP 2015-2017 American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) data.

I didn't think I would be able to go back to school but the MSN classes are structured for people who work full time.

Parker, BSN alum spring 2017 and current FNP student

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