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The Long Island College Hospital of Brooklyn School of Nursing

Nursing Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 6/6
Student Surveys
(in Nursing)
Males: 1, Females: 11
Average Yrs. Completed: 1.3

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

Long Island College Hospital of Brooklyn School of Nursing
Average of All Schools
Average of schools in class

South Cheshire College

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:4.7 Highest
Actual difficulty:4.3 High
Students found the coursework to be easier than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect

English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English0-10%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities


The students are great, I had one or 2 great professors the rest are adjuncts and their horrible! I would not go to this school again its very unorgan...
LICHSON- Long Island College Hospital School of Nursing The school used to have wonderful team and faculty. I have friends who graduated from there...
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...
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 rid...
This is the most unorganized school! Most of the staff and administration are unprofessional and cold. Don't get me wrong... there are a few wonder...
The lack of organization in the school is astonishing. The administrative staff have absolutely no idea of what is happening withing the school or th...
HORRIBLE SCHOOL. EXTREMELY UNORGANIZED. OLD AND DIRTY. Yes, they have been around for long time, and turned out many nurses, but studying and readi...
I only wonder how Education Division and NLN allow such a terrible school to exist. Not one standard is met, totally negative experience and horrible ...
LICHSON prepared me for entry level into my nursing career. I was clinically more proficient than my baccalaureate colleagues.
My experience at LICHSON was a good one. Those students who applied themselves did well. The majority of us worked while attending school, many...
LICHSON is a very good school instructors are always available.If you are into hand holding every step of the way go to a different school.I know many...
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 ...
I graduated in 1999. I am sorry to read about how bad the school has become. When I was there the faculty and th eoffice staff were friendly, helpful ...
I am frankly surprised at the negative comments read. I graduated with a 3.75 GPA approx., 28 yrs ago from LICHSON. I have had the most rewarding exp...
My experience at LICHSON was the best I could have asked for. Professionally it helped me out greatly. I think I am excellent at what I do now because...
LICHSON provided me with a solid foundation of practical skills and critical thinking. I only went up from there and quickly.
LICHSON was very focused on student achievement and its course curriculum. It was a very supportive environment. Upon graduating and getting my firs...
I graduated last year. This was the last year that there were positive things to say about this school. All I heard this year is how horrible they w...
Faculty corruption is present.
Very few of the professors are good, most of them are not helpful AT ALL!!! The administration faculty SUCKS! This school is EXTREMELY unorganized. DO...
The school is self service and bare bones. BUT you do get the education you need to be a ggod nurse and hit the ground running. Be prepared this wil...
Unfortunately LICHSON had an administrative change that I believe was the death nell of the institution: that said I had and sought out very bright an...

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