College Junior 2013-10-22T16:14:37Z
The flexibility of my classes and curriculum at The Christ College have been very pleasant. I have not had any hassles or frustrations with coming up with a curriculum that is right for my. My advisors have been extremely helpful.
College Junior 2013-10-22T16:12:35Z
Since The Christ College is strictly a nursing problem there are a limit to the courses that can be taken. Although the amount of credit hours you take and the way you take your classes is very flexible.
College Junior 2013-10-22T16:09:27Z
I am a first year student so I am currently only taking my pre-nursing classes. They are not as hard as I have expected but I'm sure that my nursing classes will be turned up a notch. The teachers are very nice and approachable. I believe I am getting a good education.
College Junior 2013-10-22T16:06:40Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I am getting a good education for my money, however I wish there were more financial aid options available. Most of my expenses have been paid out of pocket which can get very stressful. Although they do a very good job on telling you where your money is going.
College Junior 2013-08-13T19:29:07Z
The class I took was sociology and it was about 30% in class and 70% online. I really enjoyed the online portion of the class because it gave me an opportunity to strengthen my time management skills. Most of the work involved responding to topics in the textbook or taking an online survey they involved what we were talking about in class. I especially enjoyed doing the surveys because they were a fun way to learn. I'm not much of a talker in the classroom, so the online environment gives me the opportunity to speak my mind in the way that I know best: through writing.
College Senior 2013-05-16T15:13:13Z
At my school, everyone seems to study very hard. Many people also have part time jobs because they have a family to take care of. They are very busy outside of school as well and this program is extremely intense.
College Junior 2013-04-30T17:23:40Z
The atmosphere of the Christ College of Nursing and Health sciences instills a sense of worth into each individual. When I walk through the front doors of the school I know I am here for the right reasons. The programs are educational, strangers easily become your friends and he student lounge is a nice place to study and cook a meal.
College Junior 2013-04-30T17:06:59Z
I am a Nursing major and it is exactly what I envisioned. Lectures are long and tiring but it is due to the amount of criteria that needs to be taught as well as learned. There is a sense of pride within every nursing student. Knowing you are taking classes to better yourself and help others out is an incentive every nursing student loves. All classes connect to each other and this makes the learning process simple.Furthermore, if nursing is what you want to major in then I recommend joining a program asap!
College Junior 2013-04-30T16:55:52Z
Professors are very personable and charismatic. The program is strict and it can be stressful at times; however, if you work hard and contain self discipline the professors are more than happy to help you along your journey.The professors have always been more than happy to help anyone understand the academic curriculum.
College Senior 2013-03-07T05:59:39Z
The school offers great training and hands on experience, but could improve on computer room access
College Senior 2013-03-07T05:56:35Z
I really liked that fact that the school did not have a waiting list to attend classes and start clinicals for nursing classes. This was a big plus for being an older student returning to school
College Senior 2013-03-07T05:53:25Z
I am currently attending classes so I have not graduated just yet. However, the school recognizes previous graduates and the network of job opportunities far exceeds other schools.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-07T04:04:09Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I feel my education is worth the money and will pay off in the end. I received financial aid all year except for the summer term. The only thing different I wish my college will do is accept financial in the summer instead of requiring students to take numerous of credit hours that exhaust our financial aid funds for summer terms
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