- U.S. News and World Report Magazine ranked for 2023 Best Nursing Schools
- Undergraduate Nursing: #93
- Master’s: #80
- Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP): #85
NCLEX-RN (National Council Licensure Examination) Hawaii First-Time Pass Rates
- Undergraduate Students (Calendar Year 2022): 91%
- Graduate Entry Program in Nursing (Summer 2022): 93%
Enrollment (Spring 2023)
- Bachelor of Science (BS) degree: 191
- Graduate Entry Program in Nursing (pre-licensure year): 47
- Master of Science (MS) degree: 24
- Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP): 75
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD): 2
Gender & Residency
- 15% men / 84% women / 1% undisclosed
- 88% Hawaii residents
- 19% men / 79% women / 2% undisclosed
- 83% Hawaii residents
- Generous scholarships, awards, and grants are awarded to nursing students.
- 200+ affiliating agencies provide clinical learning experiences for students.
- Students provide more than 100,000 statewide service hours per year.
- The Translational Health Science Simulation Center provides training for students, faculty, and practicing providers to improve quality and patient safety.
- The Hawaii Keiki school health program provides services statewide by placing registered nurses and APRNs in selected public schools.
- The Veterans to Nurses Program helps U.S. veterans decrease time to graduation and a BS nursing degree through academic and support services.
- The IKE AO PONO Program assists Native Hawaiian and Pacific Island students achieve academic success.
Updated: March 22, 2023