(1) An annual report for the academic year ending June 30 must be submitted by September 1 of each year, except in the year in which the program submits a self-study report to the board or a national nursing accrediting agency.
(2) The purpose of the annual report is to provide current data for ongoing program evaluation by the board. The report must include:
(a) enrollment and graduation data for the academic year, including:
(i) number of students in each program track if more than one track; and
(ii) student demographic data, including in-state and out-of-state residency, race/ethnicity, and gender.
(b) number of unfilled student positions and number of qualified applicants not accepted;
(c) names and qualifications of full-time and part-time faculty, and Clinical Resource Registered Nurses (CRRNs);
(d) names of faculty on board waiver and dates of each waiver period;
(e) summary of substantive changes reported to the board during the past year, pursuant to ARM 24.159.635;
(f) description of progress made by program on improvements recommended by the board or program's accrediting body; and
(g) other information as requested by the board.