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The Maryville University of Saint Louis

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DO NOT GO IF YOU ARE A VET.Psychology
DO NOT GO IF YOU ARE A VET.. They do not care about us and end up not billing the VA correctly, do not tell you that there is a huge balance owed which causes you to end up being over 20 grand in debt prior to graduation! THIS SHOULD NEVER BE A YELLOW RIBBON SCHOOL> In addition they submitted all of my as well as other vets GI BILL stuff under false social security numbers
Male -- Class 2000
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My sister graduated from Nursing at Maryville inBrightNursing
My sister graduated from Nursing at Maryville in the mid 2000's and loved it. So when i picked schools it was a no brainer that id attend maryville. However i discovered a different Nursing school then she had. Most my teachers were disorganized and basically used a dont care attitude. after 2 years i told my advisor that id like to transfer to a different school, that this wasn't for me. she then belittled me and told me its near impossible to get into another nursing program (BS), and that maybe nursing isnt for me (currently a great Nurses aid, graduating next year). I never felt more discourage in my life. Please think twice about Maryville Nursing program.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2016
Campus Maintenance: B+, Education Quality: F
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I was in nursing however most of theAverageNursing
I was in nursing however most of the staff just read down a publisher prepared powerpoint. 90% of my learning was self driven and when i approached staff for help was pushed off and told 'maybe nursing isnt for you'. I was often discouraged by staff. When i went to clinicals the hospital staff was shocked how timid and almost scared of mistakes maryville students were. Im lucky to transfer (after having my advisor say no other program will take me) to a better program
1st Year Male -- Class 2016
Perceived Campus Safety: A, Friendliness: F
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