Statistics & Outcomes
This page provides ABFSE directory information and collects data on the school's National Board Exam scores, college graduation rates, employment rate, and student-faculty ratios.
National Board Examination pass rates, graduation rates, and employment rates for this and other ABFSE-accredited programs are available at www.abfse.org in the Directory of Accredited Programs.
Program Information - Cincinnati
CINCINNATI COLLEGE OF MORTUARY SCIENCE
645 W. North Bend Road
Cincinnati, OH 45224
Jack E. Lechner, Jr., President
Phone: (513) 761-2020
FAX: (513) 761-3333
Accredited Degrees Offered: Associate in Applied Science; Bachelor of Mortuary Science
Distance Education - NO
|Year||Total Enrolled||# New Students||# of Grads||Timely grad*||Graduation rate**||Did not finish***||Overall % employed||Employed in FS|
*Timely graduation = complete program in 1½ times designated program length.
**Graduation rate reflects cohort graduation rate (% of students from original cohort completing in the designated year)
***Left before completing the program; did not finish.
CCMS calculates employment rate according to the following definition approved by the Higher Learning Commission: according to this calculation the employment rate for 2020 was 93% of the percentage of graduates eligible and seeking an apprenticeship who actually obtain one. Excludes students unable/not willing to relocate, along with those pursuing additional education, another career or military service.
National Board Examination scores, graduation rates, and employment rates for this and other ABFSE-accredited programs are available at www.abfse.org. To request a printed copy of this program's scores and rates, go to the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science, Academic Chair Office, 645 W. North Bend Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45224, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by telephone at (513)761-2020. More information about the National Board Examination can be found at https://theconferenceonline.org/.
*As calculated in IPEDS and reported to The Higher Learning Commission of North Central Association in the Annual Institutional Data Update. As required by both, calculation involves an academic rather than a calendar year (i.e. July 1-June 30).