Congratulations to CUW’s recent School of Nursing masters degree recipients who performed so well on their certification exams!
Concordia University Wisconsin celebrates our 2022 nurse practitioner graduates from the School of Nursing. Not only did they achieve 95-100 percent first-time pass rate on their AANP (American Academy of Nurse Practitioners) certification exams, they beat the national averages across the board—by a substantial margin.
2022 AGNP (Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner) Certification Exam
- CUW First-time Pass Rate: 100%
- CUW Average Score: 659 | National Average Score: 565
2022 FNP (Family Nurse Practitioner) Certification Exam
- CUW First-time Pass Rate: 95%
- CUW Average Score: 600 | National Average Score: 537
In addition, CUW graduates also surpassed all of the national averages in the Assess, Diagnose, Plan, and Evaluate sections for both the AGNP and FNP exams.
“These results reflect what a rigorous program we offer, and what an exceptional group of students we have,” said, Diane Ames, DNP, FNC-BC, dean of the CUW School of Nursing. “I and the entire Nursing faculty are extremely proud of our students and their accomplishments. They are wonderful representatives of our school and our mission for Christ.”
Congratulations to all these fine graduates! Thank you for making our university so proud.
The School of Nursing is dedicated to providing a rigorous Christ-centered education that develops and inspires highly skilled professional nurse leaders who are prepared to serve diverse communities with excellence, truth, integrity, and compassion to promote health and healing.