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College Outcomes

College Information

Clarkson College is a private, accredited, nonprofit college in Omaha, Neb. offering certificate and degree opportunities in the fields of Nursing, Healthcare Business, Community Health, Healthcare Education Leadership, Health Information Management, Physical Therapist Assistant, PsychologyRadiography, Medical Imaging, Medical Imaging Informatics and Professional Development.

National & Program-Specific Accreditation

Clarkson College has maintained continuous accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission North Center Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA) since 1984. Learn more about program specific accreditation.

Average Student to Faculty Ratio

16:1

Academic Calendar

Fall   Spring   Summer

Graduation Rate

Undergraduate

69%

Graduate

60%

Retention Rate

Undergraduate

84%

Graduate

83%

AY 2020 - 2021 Graduates

360

AY 2019 - 2020 Graduates

351

Student Learning Outcomes

The Mission of Clarkson College is to prepare students to professionally provide high quality, ethical, and compassionate health care services. With this in mind, program directors and faculty identified five important Student Success Skills, which include Communication, Critical Thinking, Technology, Professional Behavior and Diversity. These skills are the Institutional Student Learning Outcomes for the College and are measured within all departments on campus to provide evidence that students possess the foundational knowledge and skills necessary to become successful health care professionals. Student assessment is essential to ensure that our programs meet professional standards and all regional and program specific accreditation requirements. Assessment data also guides improvements to our programs, enabling us to continue toward student excellence both in academics and through the resources, we provide for a comprehensive College experience.

Student Success Skills

  • Communication
  • Critical Thinking
  • Technology
  • Professional Behavior
  • Diversity

Key Statistics Report 2018
Key Statistics Report 2019
Key Statistics Report 2020
Key Statistics Report 2021
IPEDS: Outcomes Measure Report 2018
IPEDS: Outcomes Measure Report 2019
IPEDS: Outcomes Measure Report 2020
Action Plan & Progress Report 2018-2019
Action Plan & Progress Report 2019-2020
Action Plan & Progress Report 2020-2021
Action Plan & Progress Report 2021-2022

Enrollment

Total Student Enrollment for Fall 2021: 1190

2020 Student Enrollment 1,192
2019 Student Enrollment 1,125
2018 Student Enrollment 1,178
2017 Student Enrollment 1,250
2016 Student Enrollment 1,254
2015 Student Enrollment 1,221
2014 Student Enrollment 1,221
2013 Student Enrollment 1,238

Entry periods: January, May, August

Student Profile

Average Age: 31
Female Students: 1030
Male Students: 160

 

  Undergraduate Graduate
Average Age 27 34
Full-Time 312 276
Part-Time 296 288

Ethnicity

White/Non-Hispanic 882
Unknown 83
African American/Black 87
Hispanic 30
Asian 39
Two or more races 65
American Indian/Alaskan Native 1
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 5

Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition Cost – Fall 2020–Summer 2021 Academic Year

Tuition Cost
Undergraduate Courses $558 / credit hour
Graduate Courses $621 / credit hour
Nurse Anesthesia Program $960 / credit hour
DNP & Ed.D. Program $839 / credit hour

Student Satisfaction

Clarkson College students participate in the Ruffalo Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction survey in the spring semester. The survey gives students the opportunity to offer honest, confidential feedback.

View the Full 2015 Results Report from Ruffalo Noel-Levitz
View the Full 2015 SSI Results Report from Ruffalo Noel-Levitz
View the Full 2017 SSI Results Report from Ruffalo Noel-Levitz
View the Full 2017 PSOL Results Report from Ruffalo Noel-Levitz
View the Full 2019 SSI Results Report from Ruffalo Noel-Levitz
View the Full 2019 PSOL Results Report from Ruffalo Noel-Levitz

Students Reveal Top Clarkson College Strengths

On-Campus

  • This institution fosters the value of service to our community.
  • My academic advisor is concerned about my success as an individual.
  • Counseling staff care about students as individuals.
  • Students are made to feel welcome on this campus.
  • I am able to experience intellectual growth here.
  • This institution has a good reputation within the community.

Online

  • Billing and payment procedures are convenient for me.
  • This institution responds quickly when I request information.
  • There are sufficient offerings within my program of study.
  • Adequate online library resources are provided.
  • Canvas services and support meets the needs of students.
  • Registration for online courses is convenient.

 

2021 Student Satisfaction National Comparison

Questions
(On-Campus Respondents/Online Respondents)
Clarkson College 4-Year Private Colleges
Overall Satisfaction 84% / 84% 73% / 83%
Would You Enroll Here Again? 79% / 81% 70% / 81%
Met Your Expectations 87% / 86% 81% / 87%
Institution was my 1st Choice
(On-Campus Respondents Only)
75%