JRCERT - Program Effectiveness 2013-2017

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Program Effectiveness Data

The Ohio Valley Medical Center Program of Radiologic Technology is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).  According to JRCERT Standard 5.3 and the United States Department of Education (USDE), the program must make available to the general public, on an annual basis, information regarding the following areas of program effectiveness.

 

5-Year Average National Certification Examination Pass Rate

Number of student graduates who pass the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) national certification examination on the first attempt within six (6) months of graduation compared with the number of student graduates taking the examination. 

 

Program Certification Examination Pass Rate Benchmark:  87.5%

 

YearNumber of Students Graduating from the ProgramNumber of Students Taking the Exam within 6 Months of GraduationNumber of Students Passing the Exam on the 1st Attempt within 6 Months of GraduationPercent of Students Passing the Exam on the 1st Attempt within 6 Months of Graduation
2015 5 5 5 100%
2016 9 9 9 100%
2017 9 9 9 100%
2018 9 9 9 100%
2019 10 10 10 100%
5-year Average 2015-2019424242100%

 

 

Annual Program Completion Rate

Number of students completing the program compared to the number of students entering the program. The program’s entry point is defined as the number of students in the program at the end of the second week of the first semester.

Program Completion Rate Benchmark:  >75%

 

YearNumber of Students Initially Enrolled in the Program (post entry point date)Number of Students Completing the ProgramPercent of Students Completing the Program 
2015 8 5 63%  
2016 10 9 90%  
2017 9 9 100%  
2018 10 9 90%

 

2019 10 10 100%  
5-year Average 2015-2019474288.6% 

 

 

5-Year Average Job Placement Rate

Number of graduates employed in the radiologic sciences within twelve (12) months of graduation compared to the number of graduates actively seeking employment in the radiologic sciences.

Not actively seeking employment is defined by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology as:

  • graduate fails to communicate with program officials regarding employment status after multiple attempts
  • graduate is unwilling to seek employment that requires relocation
  • graduate is unwilling to accept employment due to salary or hours
  • graduate is on active military duty
  • graduate is continuing education

Program Job Placement Rate Benchmark: >75%

 

YearNumber of Students Graduating from the ProgramNumber of Graduates NOT Actively Seeking Employment (defined above)Number of 
Graduates Actively Seeking EmploymentNumber of Graduates Employed within 12 Months of GraduationPercent of Graduates Actively Seeking and Employed within 12 Months of Graduation
2014 9 5 4 4 100%
2015 5 0 5 5 100%
2016 9 1 8 8 100%
2017 9 2 7 7 100%
2018 9 0 9 9 100%
5-year Average 2014-20184183131100%