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I want to leave an honest review becauseQuite BrightNursing
I want to leave an honest review because there are some reviews that just bash the school and some reviews that are outdated. First, Neumann University is a small college. It was recent that this college turned into a University. The facility is cozy but very outdated and lack student resources for the amount of students coming into the University (This includes parking space and computers available to the public).

Second,the staffs that work at Neumann are mostly all very nice people who genuinely want to help students who work hard to find success. This school has one of the best tutors that is available to all nursing students. There are only a handful of nursing professors who genuinely care about their students. There is one professor who teaches 3 major nursing courses that will do everything in her power to reduce the number of graduating class. If you understand how she teaches and you study hard, you will pass the courses. Communicating to ALL levels of students is the key to graduating from this nursing program. If you lack social skills, you will not be successful in this program with just intelligence alone.

Third be respectful to everyone who you communicate with but keep in mind who you talk to. In nursing, rumors spread like wildfire and its usually the pet rats that tell information to the teachers. Do not think that you are in a debate club when you are speaking to the professor who holds your grade. You really have to suck up if you want to pass in this nursing program. Do not believe in everything you hear from the staffs because information about classes and when you can take it is all up to the assistant dean of nursing. It is really sad, but you are only paying to stay in a nursing program that is designed for you to read and learn from outside sources of the nursing program. There are only a handful of professors that will explain the questions that you have, but sadly this is the nature of nursing school. Nursing school is everything but what is taught for nursing students to be, such as caring, compassion, teamwork, etc. At the end of the day there are only certain number of seats this school will offer to students to take the NCLEX. This is why I do not feel bad when I hear that there is a shortage of nurses in the United States because the Education system isn't set up to produce nurses in quantity. Only the students who is expected to pass the NCLEX the first time will be the ones wearing the cap and gown.

4th Year Female -- Class 1920
Collaboration/Competitive: A+, Education Quality: C-
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This university is an absolute money pit.BrightNursing
This university is an absolute money pit. If you want to get anywhere in this nursing program, prepare to kiss a lot of @$$ because that's the only way you can make it through. The majority of the professors are nowhere near qualified to even teach you the material and one even admitted to not even reading one of the texts that you are learning from. If you question something, prepare to fail the next day. You can't pass through the program without repeating the class at least once or twice. The school is also filthy with broken down equipment, faculty and staff have the worst attitudes and there's a high school atmosphere. Also, if you are a POC - you are treated like a lesser human being.
2nd Year Female -- Class 1922
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This place is all about 50/50.Not so brightAccounting
This place is all about 50/50. So many people are nice around here and so many are not. So many professors are great and useful and so many are not!This school is money hungry and I always get the sense that they do not care about me and issues I need help with, they just care about getting money from me. The advisors are not always helpful and I have been through 2 already that have said I may not be smart enough for a certain major. They along with other offices in the school were not nice about personal reasons affecting them not getting their money or being registered. Don't you dare mention you may transfer out because they are not nice about it. All they see is their money going in someone else's pocket. Instead of guiding students to help them become successful, they insult. I have anxiety talking to anyone in charge at this institution because they ridicule you and never understand the issues students have today with money, transportation, or personal conflicts.
3rd Year Female -- Class 1921
Campus Aesthetics: A, Individual Value: D+
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