Mission and Outcomes

ADN Program Mission

The aim of the nursing department in conjunction with the mission of TSC is to facilitate educational access and academic excellence through innovative delivery systems that are learner-centered, success-oriented, and technologically responsive.

The mission of the ADN Program at TSC is to provide high quality nursing education to students preparing to enter the nursing profession and for students who are life-long learners.

Recognizing the diversity and uniqueness of the community it serves, the ADN program is committed to the enhancement of the quality of health care through excellence in teaching, service, continuing education, and promotion of evidence-based practice.

ADN Program Outcomes
The program learning outcomes are consistent with the Texas Board of Nursing rule 215.9 and are as follows:

  1. NCLEX-RN licensure exam pass rate will be at least eighty percent (80%) for the first-time test takers during the same 12-month period.
  2. Ninety-five percent (95%) of graduates will successfully complete the program within 150% time of the ADN program.
  3. Ninety percent (90%) of graduates will successfully be employed within one year of graduation
  4. Ninety percent (90%) of all semester four students will achieve the predictor benchmark of 900 on the HESI Exit Exam