NBCOT Examination Results

2020

2019

2018

Total

Total number of program graduates during year (degrees issued in May, August, and December)*

22

46

42

110

Number of new graduates taking exam within 12 months of completing degree

42

41

49

132

Number of new graduates passing exam within 12 months of completing degree (% passing)

39

(93%)

38

(93%)

49

(100%)

126

(95%)

*Students who complete program in December test during the following calendar year

Program Graduation Rates

The total number of graduates from the Springfield College Occupational Therapy Program during the three** year period of 2018-2020/2021** was 127 with an overall graduation rate of 97%.

Graduation Year

Students Entering/Students Graduating

Graduation Rate

2020/2021**

43/41

95%

2019

46/44

96%

2018

42/42

100%

**Covid-19 caused a delay in the completion of some level II fieldwork experiences, delaying students’ graduation to the subsequent period

To see Springfield College OT Program performance data, visit the NBCOT school performance page.

Employment Data

A recent survey of Springfield College Occupational Therapy Program graduates revealed that 99.5% of those who responded are working either full- or part-time, with just .5% still seeking employment.

Springfield College OT Program graduates work in the following settings:

  • 28% in schools
  • 21% in acute care hospitals
  • 21% in rehab hospitals or units
  • 21% in skilled nursing facilities
  • 16% in pediatric outpatient services
  • 12% in adult outpatient therapy
  • 9% in mental health facilities
  • 9% in early intervention programs
  • 7% in private group practices

...and a variety of other settings, including homecare, colleges, and hand therapy clinics. (The total is more than 100% because many graduates work in more than one setting.)

Springfield College OT Program graduates work with people in the following age ranges:

  • 58% with older adults
  • 50% with adolescents or young adults
  • 49% with middle adults
  • 43% with children
  • 21% with infants/toddlers

(The total is more than 100% because many graduates work with people of various ages.)