College Sophomore 2013-11-12T17:52:02Z
You are basically on your own when it comes to transportation on and off campus
College Sophomore 2013-11-12T17:51:12Z
housing overall, is fairly decent. they have dorm style housing and apartment both on campus.
College Sophomore 2013-11-12T17:49:05Z
it is a very average school, there isn't much to do outside of school around in the town. very boring and nothing to do. but they try to provide different activities for students on campus
College Sophomore 2013-11-12T17:47:51Z
It is very hard to notice any drug activity on campus. it is usually done off campus on the weekends
College Sophomore 2013-11-12T17:46:48Z
Health & Safety:
For a small campus we have a good security group. they are not overbearing and are willing to help the students with anything
College Sophomore 2013-11-12T17:45:45Z
we don't really have anything like that at our school
College Sophomore 2013-11-12T17:45:02Z
Our school, has a very good international program, and i am friends with many students from overseas, and play baseball with 6-10 international students
College Sophomore 2013-11-12T17:43:48Z
it is reasonably easy, because they are not many people here at the school and the parking for every student is accessible, even handicap parking as well.
College Junior 2013-08-03T13:42:54Z
I am extremely happy with my program and given the opportunity to do it all again, I wouldn't change a thing. HLGU does a great job of connecting with the students. My professors really care about the success of their students. They are helpful and I know that I can always go to them for help if I need it. I know that this degree program will give my the necessary skills to be successful in a job after college. The only concern I have with finding a job after college would be that my school is small so it is not well known at all.
College Junior 2013-08-03T13:40:01Z
The off campus housing is about average in Hannibal. There is not a whole lot of availability, but what is available is pretty affordable for most people looking to move off campus. Most students choose to stay on campus however, because the quality of off campus housing is not much different than the on campus housing.
College Junior 2013-08-03T13:37:39Z
I enjoy being an Accounting Major at HLGU. I have been happy with the quality of my education and I love the small class sizes at my school, because the professors really get to know you and they are willing to help you succeed in any way that they can.
College Junior 2013-08-03T13:34:16Z
As an accounting major, I will have an internship either over the summer or during the school year. Hannibal LaGrange will help me find an internship around or near the city of Hannibal if I need help finding a place to intern, but I will more than likely find my own internship and complete it over the summer to fulfill my requirements. The internship will take up some time, but it will not be too much time in my opinion. It will be good experience for me.
College Junior 2013-08-03T13:13:01Z
In order to enter a degree program at HLGU you must complete the general education requirements and a few courses in your intended major and then submit an application. The requirements that you must complete prior to applying to the degree program are specified clearly and this makes the process easy and limits a lot of worry and stress. As long as you meet the requirements, then you will be submitted to the program.
College Sophomore 2013-06-10T18:36:36Z
There are a lot of computer labs available for students and the network is generally pretty reliable. All students also have access to wifi in their rooms.
College Sophomore 2013-06-10T18:31:36Z
The Student Center is a pretty recent update and is a pretty fun place to hang out; however, I enjoy being outside or in the gym. The nature trail is a great place to go on walks or go exploring and the campus has lots of places to relax or play outside, as well as a good gym to work out in.
College Sophomore 2013-06-10T18:28:26Z
The Christian environment of HLG is the greatest thing about it!
College Sophomore 2013-06-10T18:24:53Z
The dorms aren't the coolest or most updated living facilities, but the people and environment make campus life awesome!
College Sophomore 2013-05-28T00:58:15Z
I have not started the clinical part of my program but have taken all but one of the prerequisites and support courses required for the ASN program. I have had the chance to work with several professors involved with the program and have learned a lot of applicable information for my future. The professors do not accept sub-par work, and hold us to the same standards the health care facilities and nursing professors will when in the program.
College Sophomore 2013-05-28T00:45:43Z
HLGU's nursing program has science-heavy prerequisites to make course load during the nursing program a little lighter so students can focus more on the nursing aspect of things. I advise that students not only get prerequisites done but also get as many support courses taken an out of the way because the program interferes with many other classes and makes it difficult to take enough classes to achieve a full time course load. Don't slack on the hours before entering the program because you can find yourself running into trouble when it comes to crunch time in the future.
College Sophomore 2013-05-28T00:40:30Z
I have not yet had an internship but plan to start one at the Harry S. Truman Veteran's Hospital using my mother as a connection. I would like to get phlebotomy and lab experience before becoming a nurse. My mother works as a Medical Technologist in the lab at the V.A. and has had many struggles with nurses not understanding sample and culture collecting protocol and has advised that I know how other parts of a hospital work as it makes things run smoother for everyone and improves cooperation between coworkers..
College Junior 2013-05-07T00:40:56Z
Health & Safety:
Excellent security on campus. There are video cameras everywhere, and security guards that regularly patrol the whole campus. If you are coming in late, they will escort you if you desire, and their phone number is printed on the back of every student ID.
College Junior 2013-05-07T00:35:13Z
The Nursing Program at Hannibal LaGrange University is tough, but fair. You have access to some very knowledgable staff, most of whom have worked as Nurses and have real world experience in this field. The NCLEX pass rate for last years graduates was 100%. The teachers expect a lot out of you so that you will be competent and qualified when you graduate and are working.
College Sophomore 2013-03-27T23:27:58Z
Like any small town there arent many options. you have a few fast food places, and then a couple local joints. but other than that there is nothing really special
College Sophomore 2013-03-27T23:22:50Z
The weather, like most of Missouri is beautiful! Unfortunately, we have had a lot of snow storms recently, causing it to be cold and wet outside. And being a baseball player, it is hard to practice inside, with a sport that is meant to be played outside.
College Sophomore 2013-03-27T23:20:47Z
The school is located in Hannibal, Mo. In its hay day there was a lot to do, because it was a large tourist spot, and all the Mark Twain exhibits. but now, many of the stores are out of business, there aren't many attractions, and the town is very quiet. If you wanted something to do, you go would to Quiny, Ill or St. Louis.
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