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The Long Island College Hospital of Brooklyn School of Nursing

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The school is fine like a previous personNot so brightNursing
The school is fine like a previous person said "If you need your hand held" don't go to LICHSON.Unfortunatly some students seem to enjoy the drama of complaining about EVERYTHING AND ANYTHING.The school itself has been around over 100 years and have turned out thousands of excellent nurses.When you go for your first job interview you will more than likley be sitting in front of a LICHSON grad.

The school which is attached to LICH which is a small community hospital has very limited resources as far as student life.The staff is old school and does not put up with excuses and BS period.So if you are looking for a big school with computer labs,T.V rooms,dancing girls and instructors who will attach you to thier nipples for the 3 hours a day you will be there try another school.

2nd Year Female -- Class 1991
Education Quality: A+, University Resource Use: F
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Decided on a nursing career right before turningBrightNursing
Decided on a nursing career right before turning 30, hated my job at the time and saw no future in. I made a massive change in my life, took out a ridiculous amount of loans, and made other personal sacrifices in order to attend a professional, respected nursing program.

I should have done more research.
LICHSON is a dump, in terms of the staff in the office and the coursework provided and the facilities themselves.

With a few exceptions, the staff in the office is very combative and unprofessional (and I am comparing them to my previous experince at CUNY!).

Some of the professors are kind and I believe they genuinely want to see their students succeed, but they are not actual trained educators. Class consists of sitting in a dank classroom, which reeks of mold, and listening to them read powerpoint presentations which they have copied from the textbook. Most f the students are dejected and want to leave as soon as possible; low morale.

the facilities are a joke, the classroom (that's right, there is only ONE classroom) is in an old old building which leaks, has pigeons nests in used closets, and ceiling tiles dropping on to the floor in the middle of exams.

I expected much more from anyone who calls them self an educator. And from any university calling itself a university. Truly disappointing.

Only one more year to go.

1st Year Female -- Class 2013
Surrounding City: A+, Education Quality: F
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The school is anNursing
The school is an absolute MESS, don't waste your time, the faculty are not knowledgeable at all and the staff is unprofessional. I can't leave already but will never recommend this school to anyone.
Male -- Class 2000
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