OAR 851-061-0100
Standards for Program Approval: Responsibility to Students

The nursing assistant level 1 and medication aide education programs will be accountable to students by:
(1) Providing reasonable assurance that expectations of becoming a certified nursing assistant or medication aide will be met, as evidenced by maintaining:
(a) At least a 70% pass rate for first-time candidates taking the Board-approved competency examination for two consecutive 12-month periods; and
(b) An 85% or higher total pass rate that includes first-attempt and all subsequent attempts of all exam-takers for the most recent 12 months.
(2) Informing students of the following information:
(a) That for facility-based nursing assistant level 1 programs, no student who is employed by, or who has received an offer of employment from a facility on the date on which the student begins the educational program will be charged for any portion of the program, including any fees for textbooks or other required course materials in accordance with federal regulations.


The Department of Human Services and Board of Nursing’s criminal history requirements and policies. This information must be provided to students prior to admission to the program.
(3) Issuing the Board-approved certificate of completion or making an appropriate notation on a transcript for a graduate who has successfully completed the education.

Source: Rule 851-061-0100 — Standards for Program Approval: Responsibility to Students, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=851-061-0100.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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