College Junior 2013-07-19T23:42:35Z
This is a nursing school, so pretty much from the first day you are in nursing classes. This is good as opposed to traditional schools that make you take pre-requisites before you can start the program.
College Junior 2013-07-19T23:38:34Z
The good thing is that it is an accelerated program, which means classes only last 8 weeks. That way you can take more classes.
College Junior 2013-07-19T23:36:54Z
I have been able to take online classes as not to have to miss a lot of work. They also took most of my credits, which means no need to take English, math and science classes over.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-25T17:42:15Z
It feels great. Everyone there is majoring in nursing so a lot of the staff is able to help you out and understand what you are going through as a nursing student.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-25T17:36:36Z
The class schedule fit my work schedule but they are not as understanding when it comes to changing a clinical site.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-07T18:08:46Z
Everyone works hard to maintain a good grade point average.
College Senior 2013-02-14T20:42:56Z
Very flexible hybride program, able to work around my schedule and take classess both onsite and online
College Junior 2013-01-11T22:16:45Z
I have not yet taking any online courses at this school.
College Junior 2013-01-03T12:58:09Z
There are no problems connecting to the on campus internet. There are reasonable amount of laptops in the library to check out. The printing on campus is easily accessible and the wireless access and speed is fast.
College Junior 2013-01-03T12:49:21Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Although the tuition has increased in 2012, the education received from this school is well worth. I have 80% of financial aid covering for my tuition and assistance from myCAA with covering approved courses. The only thing that I hope the school would do differently is have the tuition rate and fees remain the same for students that have enrolled prior to the change in rate.
College Junior 2013-01-03T12:35:32Z
At first, I was a little hesitant about attending this school due to it not being well known around my area. Then after several advertisement in the radio, online and on TV, I chose to attend this school and found the experience to be educational and rewarding. The on and off campus courses offered were both met in expectations and the professors of each course were always willing to help their students understand the materials.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-31T06:28:54Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The tuition is very expensive, my financial aid does not cover some of the expenses. I believe that the value of the education I'm getting is worth it, but I feel that the school does not offer very many opportunities to help out. I work full time, so trying to keep my GPA up as well as apply for an internal job within the school is unrealistic to a certain extent. The school needs to take into account that tuition should be adjusted if students buy their books from another online source instead of the bookstore. Luckily, if you use a badge number provided you can auto. put the books on the acct.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-31T06:09:06Z
I will say that the teachers are excellent here. Not just the didactic part of the class, but the clinical instructors are seriously experienced, educated individuals looking to educate a competent nursing population. The teachers are all realistic about what aspects of nursing will be important and what real world nursing really is. The workload is manageable; we are I'm nursing school so it is expected to be quite a bit. The curriculum is designed so that teachers base their exams on power points, textbook, online questions, and/or publisher questions.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-31T05:55:58Z
You have to be on your game when discussing the financial aspects of your degree. Student services have mistakenly had my financial aid wrong, as well as many other classmates. Our final exam schedule is not out until one to the weeks before the final exam, so making arrangements if you work is out of the question. Student services are some of the rudest, non-accommodating staff. They do not help out and do not answer questions directly. They are not courteous to the students.
College Junior 2012-12-29T04:54:23Z
Well, I still did not graduate from the school. I have a couple years left. But what i can tell you is that Chamberlain is very helpful in helping their students find jobs after graduation. Weather it is via fellow peers, academic advisers or professors, their is many ways and tips with jobs and steps to take to apply and quality.
College Junior 2012-12-29T04:41:30Z
We are all Nursing Students at Chamberlain. The nursing career is no joke. Most all of the students I've come across are very hard working and dedicated to their studies. They take it very serious and make sure that it is their number one priority. With this seriousness, we also have incorporate lots of fun with it. Our student body is very diverse, with different ideas and backgrounds. Much more is learned when people come together from different backgrounds from all over the world. Especially in the nursing career, it prepares us for what we face in the future.
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