The U.S. Department of Education requires that all colleges annually provide notice regarding the availability of the consumer information listed below.
*were a student-athlete that used eligibility at one time
*Multi-sport student-athletes are only counted once
Graduated Spring 15/Summer 15/Fall 15
- Completed Eligibility & Graduated — 21
- Transfers that graduated — 9
- Total that graduated — 24
Graduated Spring 16/Summer 16/Fall 16
- Completed Eligibility & Graduated — 9
- Transfers that graduated — 13
- Total that graduated — 25
Graduated Spring 17/Summer 17/Fall 17
- Completed Eligibility & Graduated — 20
- Transfers that graduated — 12
- Total that graduated — 32
Graduated Spring 18/Summer 18/Fall 18
- Completed Eligibility & Graduated — 24
- Transfers that graduated — 18
- Total that graduated — 39
Graduated Spring 19/Summer 19/Fall 19
- Completed Eligibility & Graduated — 33
- Transfers that graduated — 26
- Total that graduated — 46
The U.S. Department of Education has implemented regulations (Regulation 34 CFR 668.43 (a)(5)(v)) which require Iowa Wesleyan University to make public whether a program will fulfill educational requirements for specific professional licensure or certification required for employment in an occupation. Institutions must provide*:
- a list of all states/jurisdictions where the institution’s curriculum meets state educational requirements for professional licensure or certification,
- a list of all states/jurisdictions where the institution’s curriculum does not meet state educational requirements for professional licensure or certification, and
- a list of all states/jurisdictions where the institution has not made a determination of whether the curriculum meets educational requirements.
Additionally, a direct disclosure to the student in writing is required in regulation 34 CFR 668.43(c) by the education institution if the program leading to professional licensure or certification falls in one of the latter two categories above.
Nursing students may go to the National Council of States Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) website to review each state’s up-to-date initial licensure educational requirements and/or other helpful resources: https://www.ncsbn.org/14730.htm
Please note, this information is only for initial licensure by exam requirements for the states listed and applies only to the prelicensure to BSN and LPN to BSN program options.
Disclaimer: the requirements of the state boards and licensing agencies change periodically and vary from state to state. Iowa Wesleyan University makes no representation or guarantees that successful completion of a degree program will allow or guarantee that a state board or licensing agency will accept a graduate’s application for licensure. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the Board of Nursing in the state they would like to be initially licensed in for more specific information regarding all licensure requirements or for information on licensure by endorsement as each state has varying eligibility and application requirements.
More information regarding nurse licensure can be found here: https://www.ncsbn.org/licensure.htm
More information regarding the Nurse Licensure Compact can be found here: https://www.ncsbn.org/compacts.htm
For more information on Teacher Licensure, please contact the Education Division at Iowa Wesleyan University.
|State and/or Territory||Nursing Program|
(1, 2, or 3)* See Above
|Teacher Education Program|
(1, 2, or 3)* See Above
|District of Columbia||1||3|
|Northern Mariana Islands||1||3|