College Junior 2013-07-27T14:51:52Z
fast pace, learn many things and able to implement them in future career
College Junior 2013-07-27T14:46:50Z
this school is very divers there are all ages and ethnicities
College Junior 2013-07-27T14:45:24Z
the work load is a lot of busy work but most of it is fun and you learn a lot. they really work with you and help you register for classes and answer any question. most of my instrutors are awesome at grading and answering question. the only issue I have found is some instructors are slow at returning grades and don't give feedback on why they gave you the grade.
College Junior 2013-05-10T19:51:14Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I believe that by choosing to pursue my degree I am making a long term investment. At Rasmussen I feel confident about studying here. Eighty-five percent of graduates find placement in their field of study so I feel very secure knowing that while I'm spending a lot to get my degree, it will all pay off when I graduate. The financial aid process went smoothly. There are a ton of people in the office who genuinely love to help students succeed. Rasmussen also has a locked in and lowered tuition rate. That's just one of the many things that Rasmussen has to offer its students financially. I give them an A+.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-06T03:03:51Z
So far from what I saw the college is a very comfy atmosphere and is also very welcoming , doesnt have that stuffy serious look a normal school would have
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-06T03:02:18Z
I havent been able to interact with anyone yet but from what I can see it consists of mostly adult students
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-06T03:00:53Z
I have yet to start classes but I did do my College Experience Class and I had no problems
College Junior 2013-01-17T06:02:06Z
We have the library, the resource center, and the lounge. That's about it. Unfortunately the nursing students (white coats) have taken over the building and it's hard at times to utilize any of the resources on campus because they are either too loud or are in every available space.
College Junior 2013-01-17T05:58:32Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The process went smoothly, but I found out that there are scholarships available to potential students that are not being offered out.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-02T16:03:34Z
I have experienced some (less than positive) issues pertaining to the clarity (the wording chosen by Rasmussen) on some of their tests and assignments. The lack of clarity has affected my scores on a handful of occasions. The ease of transferrig credits has been smooth (no complaints). The response time to questions/voicemails/emails sent or left by me, has been an issue at times. I have also been a bit disappointed by Rasmussen not sending out "formal report cards/ grade reports" after a class has been completed. I wish Rasmussen would publicly acknowledge their honor students (either on their school webiste or some other venue). I am disappointed by the lack of scholarship funding available for students with outstanding academic achievement as well!
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-02T15:49:37Z
I have heard, through my school and through some peers, that Rasmussen provides after graduation, job placement opportunities/assistnace. I have not yet looked into this, nor have I had a need for it at this time.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-27T17:04:59Z
Students in the nursing program MUST have flexibility, because things in the course change all the time. Locations for classes, hours for labs and classes, and even clinical days are never 100% certain. When I first came in I was told that I shouldn't even work while I was in school, and they were so right in telling me that.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-27T16:58:41Z
The Rasmussen Fort Myers campus doesn't have much in terms of "resources." There's a learning center, which is just a large room filled with computers and a staff member to answer questions. There's a library with additional computers. And there's a student lounge. Nothing too exciting really.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-27T16:48:30Z
My campus offers quite a selection of different activities each week. This week, in fact, is spirit week. Rasmussen will be holding the annual "dip off" where students and faculty can make their favorite kind of dip or bring in chips, and everyone on campus that day will have the opportunity to try each one. It's a lot of fun!
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-27T16:35:30Z
Rasmussen makes online courses so simple to understand! There are several resources available to help students through the courses, and the instructors are always eager to answer any questions.
College Senior 2012-10-03T22:45:20Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Being that this is a private school it does cost more money. But luckily tuition includes everything I need to complete nursing school. From books, to materials, even uniform.
College Senior 2012-10-03T22:41:36Z
The program is developed to cater to each individual student.
College Senior 2012-10-03T22:40:35Z
Faculty and staff are all extremely helpful and welcoming. All the advisors are always willing to help and are sure that the students are on track for graduation.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-29T19:40:11Z
The class times and days I do not mind at all I think they are perfect. As I mentioned before they do not provide everything on campus like they said they would. Not everyone is self disciplined enough to do classes online or have accessible internet. I have had hassle with making my schedule. No one ever communicated efficiently with me. They never wanted a face to face appointment. Everything was communicated through phone or email and it was very confusing.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-29T19:35:52Z
My school is a good school. However they do not offer a lot of classes on campus. When I first started they never said that the majority of our core classes would be online. And there is no option to have certain classes on campus.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-02T02:50:34Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Do Your Work – I know that the value of education i'm receiving is worth the tuition i paid. The staff in the financial aid office were very helpful and straightforward about my tuition and they gave me great advice about doing great in my classes since this will help me even more financially in school.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-02T02:46:55Z
Great Service – At Rasmussen College you're not just a number, your counted as an individual and they will run the extra mile to help you achieve your goals and find that desired job you studied for. This school really focuses on training students good enough that they wont have a problem finding a job after graduation.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-02T02:46:46Z
Love It. I absolutely love my school. Starting from the fact that Rasmussen College offers a great Nursing program with smaller classes sessions, and dedicated professors that encourage the students to excel and make sure we accurately know the material. Furthermore, the staff in general at Rasmussen college welcomes you with a big smile on their faces as soon as you enter the campus; they're very helpful, caring, patient and interested in the students' success. These positive characteristics that described this college are the most important ones for the students and it is what makes the school a great school. Therefore, i am happy with my experience at Rasmussen College.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-30T22:46:08Z
Extremely unorganized, credits won't transfer – When I was enrolled in this college, I thought it was the one for me. Sure it was (extremely) expensive, but most private schools are. They promised me the moon-great teachers, flexible schedules, an awesome clinical experience. Now getting into their nursing program is a piece of cake. The enrollment process is definitely tedious, especially because they keep losing your vaccination records, or tell you they'll accept them, only to tell you there's some sort of problem two weeks later. No one knows what's going on there, and your questions don't get answered. I had to work while being in school, and they didn't give me my class schedule until less than a week before the first day of classes. Also they had no clue where they were going to have actual class. It felt like a confusing whirlwind, the teacher not knowing where they were going to teach and some students finally being told where to show up for class, while others were wandering around looking for the rest of the class. They order your books for you, which I thought was nice, but I spent the first week and a half without them because they ordered them late. Also, they expect you to wear scrubs to class, which are ordered along with the books, and WILL NOT make any exceptions if you don't have them. I had to go out and spend my own money on something I'll never wear again because of the schools fault. I decided after finding out that my credits wouldn't transfer to another school (I wanted to get my masters) to get out while I still could. Now, instead of paying 300$+ a credit, I am going to a state ACCREDITED school that only costs about 20$ a credit. I'd rather not spend the rest of my life paying for a shoddy unorganized education. One where I'm either stuck going to that school to further it, or not being able to move on to a masters. Buyer beware...
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-30T09:40:58Z
Hassle Free Network – The computer network is hassle free. I personally had not experienced any network problem.
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