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This is a good BSN program.Quite BrightNursing
This is a good BSN program. It is going to be challenging. If you just got out of high school and are looking for a place to party, then this is the wrong place for you; in fact, college is the wrong place for you. This place, as a college should be, is focus on academics. The only thing I found distracting my first year were my peers who were not there for the right reasons or complained about the school. The school is not to blame for your poor performance, you are. Yes, it is expensive. But why would one pay 40k+a year to socialize? The degree will pay itself off if you utilize it correctly. Overall a good place for nursing school.
1st Year Male -- Class 2013
Surrounding City: A+, Extracurricular Activities: C
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The school is not the best for socialQuite BrightNuclear Engineering
The school is not the best for social life or extracurricular events, but the programs are solid and very challenging. Rather than the traditional college feel, it seems very much focused on career training and professionalism, which can make the school atmosphere appear stuffy rather than energetic.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2012
Collaboration/Competitive: A+, Individual Value: C-
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I believe this school is prejudice against minorities.BrightOther
I believe this school is prejudice against minorities. At the start of the dental hygiene program, the instructors were supportive and I was able to learn. However towards the end of the year, some of the instructors were unprofessional, rude and trying to be intimidating. Most of the students that have to repeat courses are minorities. You don't see a blonde having to repeat any of the clinic courses or none clinic courses. I would not go to this school, save your energy and investments, and look the other way for a better dental hygiene program, if that is what you want to pursue. Because they don't play by the rules, and only play favorites. Trust me when I say, they don't care about students success.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Useful Schoolwork: C, Education Quality: C-
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