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This school was the worst decision I everQuite BrightNursing
This school was the worst decision I ever made. I was enrolled in the evening nursing program and then I went to register for Nursing 102 adn was told they filled my spot. My only option was to move to the day class not easy with a full time job. The teachers when you could understand them were not helpful and one the russian instructor Olga was down right mean and mean to patients. Horrible experience look at Quincy Community College or another school nearby this school is horrible!
2nd Year Female -- Class 2019
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DO NOT GO TONeuroscience/Cognitive Science
DO NOT GO TO LABOURE COLLEGE. I can't stress it enough. There administrative staff is awful, and the teachers are flat out awful. I wouldnt suggest this crap school on my worst enemy.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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Do not enroll in the HIM degree program,Not so brightSchool of Information
Do not enroll in the HIM degree program, you will be able to repay your loans due to low salary for HIM positions. Most of the positions in HIM departments are low skills level jobs (don't need a degree, high school diploma sufficient). The degree is De-Valued because somebody with a certificate in coding will likely be making more money than you. You will have to work for at least 4 years in low salary jobs before you can get a management job. The very few high pay jobs have 5 years requirement experience. Most of the Universities have dropped this Major for various reasons (students defaulting in loans, unable to find co-op experience for students, etc.)

When you find your first job, you better make sure you do a good job or stay there even if you don't like it. If you don't like it or leave early (for whatever reasons) you are screw professionally. People talk in this industry, and you will probably get screw when looking for another job. This is unheard of, one person can basically wreck your professional career through false gossiping (at those state meetings ). Once the person put out some negative comments about you, it travels through the industry, and you are screw. I applied for a coding job in Washington DC, the pay rate was $10 an hour for inpatient coder. I was shock, all this education and money I spent on obtaining my degree at Laboure, and the pay scale is only 10 dollars an hour for inpatient coding. I wish somebody had told me about this industry before, now I'm screw unable to pay my loans.

4th Year Female -- Class 2012
Education Quality: B+, Campus Maintenance: D-
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