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Do not recommend thoseAverageNursing
Do not recommend those interested in obtaining a nursing degree to attend this school. Quality is diminished, faculty are very condescending to the students. Tuition is expensive and financial aid is minimal to nonexistent.
4th Year Female -- Class 2015
Perceived Campus Safety: C+, Education Quality: F
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Just don't choose this school, there is nothingQuite BrightNursing
Just don't choose this school, there is nothing worth the hell you will go through if you really care about your future. You get nothing for the the amount of money you pay. For a small university, all you hear these professors say is "I don't have time to meet with you, I have a life too" my point is, then why the hell are you getting paid? Do not believe the scam this university tells you when you are trying to choose a college. True, the classes are small but professors are not willing to answer your emails, meet with you, guide you, or even treat you like a human being. All of the good things you hear about this school are a lie made by them to use you for your money!!! you may find one good professor if you are lucky but whats the point if the rest will do nothing but set you up for failure, hear it from an honest student. I am not failing, nor have I failed out of the nursing program yet, but it hurts me to see nothing but students struggling to just pass on their own because there are no tutors (it's b.s. if someone says otherwise), no centers to help, and no one to ever say "well maybe the student has a point". If you fail it is always and I mean ALWAYS "your fault" you will not find someone say otherwise. there are no ifs, or buts, when it comes to the harsh reality of this awful university. I wish I had someone to warn me about the truth, but if you are reading this, I hope I saved you.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2019
Perceived Campus Safety: A-, Education Quality: F
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I am a sophomore from out of state.Quite BrightAccounting
I am a sophomore from out of state. I am a student athlete and an accounting major. I have never met such fake, two faced, condescending people before coming to this school. The school is filled with these types of people. DO NOT come here unless this is your absolute last option. Students are rude to faculty and staff, and hold protests agains the cafeteria staff about twice a month. I came here to better myself in character, knowledge, and person, and so far I have been unable to any of these. If you are an athlete, do not come here. Facilities and equipment are equivalent to that of your elementary school's.
1st Year Male -- Class 2019
Scholastic Success: A+, Education Quality: F
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