Every year, MacMurray College compiles and distributes important information pertaining to a broad range of topics concerning the institution and the campus community.

Non-discrimination policy: The College shall not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, military status, sexual or gender orientation, or irrelevant physical condition in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other College administered programs.

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Graduate Outcomes

Employment and Continuing Education Statistics for MacMurray Graduates*
Reporting Year Response Rate Employed within One Year Employed or in a Graduate Program Accepted into a Graduate Program Attending Graduate School
2015-16 42.5% (57/134) 93% 94.7% 17.5% 10.5%
2016-17 29.6% (38/128) 92.1% 94.8% 18.4% 18.4%

*Self-reported (via placement survey) within one year of graduation.

Graduation Rates

Overall Graduation Rates for Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees
Cohort Number of Students Percent
2010 Freshmen Cohort 23 25%
2011 Freshmen Cohort 30 24%
2012 Freshment Cohort 41 28%
2013 Freshmen Cohort 42 35%

Graduation rates as listed on the NCES website.

Retention Rates

Fall 2013-2016 Total First Year and Transfer Student Retention
Year Total Enrolled Total Retained Retention Rate Total Not Retained
2016 181 133 73% 48
2015 179 121 68% 58
2014 170 136 80% 34
2013 171 140 82% 31

Graduation rates as listed on the NCES website.

Nursing Department NCLEX Pass Rates

MacMurray College Division of Nursing NCLEX-RN Pass Rates as Reported by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR)
Year Number of MacMurray Candidates Number of MacMurray Candidates Who Passed MacMurray Pass Percentage State Pass Percentage National Pass Percentage
2016 18 18 100% 85% 87.80%
2015 18 17 94% 86% 87.49%
2014 18 17 94% 85% 84.93%
2013 28 21 75% 87% 85.13%
2012 22 20 91% 91% 91.66%

Sources: National Council Licensure Examination Summary Data, 2016 NCLEX Pass Rates, IDFPR Board of Nursing Report on Pre-Licensure Nursing Education Programs, Students and Faculty 2011-2015

Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Information

Part 86, the Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations (Education Department General Administrative Regulations [EDGAR]): As a condition of receiving funds or any other form of financial assistance under any federal program, an institution of higher education must certify that it has adopted and implemented a program to prevent the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees.

The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA) of 1989 — also known as the Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Act — requires institutions of higher education to establish drug and alcohol abuse prevention programs for students and employees. In compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989, MacMurray College provides materials that contain information on the five points below to all students and employees annually:

  1. Standards of conduct that clearly prohibit, at a minimum, the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees. (For information on illicit drug use and abuse refer to the National Institute on Drug Abuse webpage.)
  2. A description of the applicable legal sanctions under federal, state, or local law for the unlawful possession or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol.
  3. A description of the health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol.
  4. A list of drug and alcohol programs (counseling, treatment, rehabilitation, and re-entry) that are available to employees and students.
  5. A clear statement of the disciplinary sanctions students and employees may face for violations of standards of conduct relating to drugs and alcohol.

Students, faculty, and staff may request information about the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act by contacting the Human Resources Office at 217-479-7008 or the Health Services Office at 217-479-7160.

Denial of Federal Aid (20 USC 1091)

Under the Higher Education Act of 1998, students convicted under federal or state law for the sale or possession of drugs will have their federal financial aid eligibility suspended. This includes all federal grants, loans, federal work study programs, and more. Students convicted of drug possession will be ineligible for one year from the date of the conviction of the first offense, two years for the second offense, and indefinitely for the third offense. Students convicted of selling drugs will be ineligible for two years from the date of the first conviction and indefinitely for the second offense. Those who lose eligibility can regain it by successfully completing an approved drug rehabilitation program. For more information refer to the Federal Student Aid webpage.