From fall 2012 through spring 2013, there were 57 graduates from the community counseling program and 27 graduates from the school counseling program. National Louis University has a diverse student population in master's level counseling programs. In fall 2012, female students represented 81 percent and male students represented 19 percent. Ethnicities represented 39 percent of the total counseling students.
Community counseling students graduating in 2013 (2010 start) had a 68 percent graduation rate. Students who started in 2009 had a graduation rate of 56 percent in three years (2012), which increased to 75 percent after four years (2013). School counseling students graduating in 2013 (2010 start) had a 100 percent graduation rate. School counseling students who began in 2009 had a graduation rate of 89 percent in three years (2012), which increased to 100 percent after four years (2013).
The National Counselor Examination (NCE) pass rate between fall 2012 and spring 2013 was 66 percent. The spring 2012 pass rate was 66 percent; the fall pass rate was 38 percent; and the spring 2013 pass rate was 82 percent. The school counselor pass rate on the Illinois State Board of Education content exam for 2012 and 2013 was 100 percent.
Employment data for graduates during this time period is unavailable.