Bryant & Stratton College Online Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (51)
Looking for a less than two year ADN program with no waiting list? Check out Bryant & Stratton College.
More than $500 per credit. This private, for-profit college has Harvard-like tuition, yet employees nursing "teachers" lacking an education degree, most without a masters in nursing.
Instructors use power-points, quiz, and tests from the publishing company, and most lectures consist of nostalgic ramblings about past nursing experiences. In addition to lecture material, students are required to self-teach ATI material (it's not incorporated into normal lecture) for ATI exams at the end of the semester. Most of the haphazard material for lecture and clinical is busy work required by the Nursing Board, not to enhance learning.
During the first few weeks of class, students are required-sometimes forced-to sign numerous contracts and agreements about student requirements and expectations. Sometimes, students were forced to sign these agreements before the material was even available.
There is a teacher turnover (two deans of instruction since I started) every semester (need I say more?)
The amount of self-teaching involved is mind-numbing, especially when you consider that you're paying nearly 50k for a degree.
This school does more to ensure that you're in class (so that the college receives federal aid) than to make sure you have material for clinical orientation.
The ONLY reason I'm at this school is because it's a shot program and there's no waiting list. Don't expect University instruction, and most of your learning will be at clinical, not in the classroom.
Had some okay teachers, but most of them struggled filling an hour worth of material.
I began my degree program at the Bryant & Stratton Milwaukee ground campus. I really enjoyed my studies and the instructors were amazing and helpful.
I moved to Las Vegas, NV and sincerely wanted to continue my degree program. My complaint is not against the school, but towards the financial aid department which I feel is running an outright fraud.
They do not explain your financial aid awards to you, they send you emails with the wrong amounts and then take your Pell Grant to pay for textbooks that are marked 200% above actual cost. Bryant & Stratton is a very good school, do not attend online.
Ive been at this school for two years. I would not reccommend anyone to go here. The teachers rush, its not face paced, they rush. I cant even tell you how many bad stories Ive experienced alone on the education portion. Also, its very unprofessional at the Downtown campus. There isn't enough resources for the library, the tools aren't used for anything but social networking sites.
The advisors are AMAZING. If it wasn't for them convincing students to keep their heads up I dont think anyone would stay there.
Im almost done. I literally have one class left and I am ready to graduate.Id tell you everything in detail but its not even worth it. Just dont go there unless you really have no where else to go.
All I have to say is its so bad Im transferring my credits and going somewhere new. I wish I had that idea within the first semester of attending.
I have attended Bryant&Stratton on-line since last September 2010.
I have loved the classes all the help and staying home to do my work. It has been the best school experience I have ever had. Thanks Sean Kennedy for being so persistant and getting me back on track. Rita Holler
So far my overrall experience at Bryant & Stratton is wonderful. Its fast paced but there are counselors who work with you and call you to find out how everything is doing. Their is always somebody there to help you out. I would definately recommend this school to anybody who asks. You can either go full time or part time. I am going parttime and the couse work is not hard at all. My classmates were postive and the professors were excellent. I give this school a A+....
I love Bryant & Stratton College. I have attended online and on campus classes. The atmosphere is Business like, and only mature adults should attend. For those of you who are not familiar or experienced with online, you should not attempt to attend online. Yes the tuition is costly but in my eyes, it is worth it. I plan to graduate in 2012 with a BS in Criminal Justice.
You have to pace yourself to get where you want to be in life! I love attending Bryant and Stratton College Online. It really makes me feel like I am somebody when I am attending there and it is very laid back.
The coursework is very fast paced and rushed. I feel that there is a lot of information that is skipped due to the 7 and half weeks you get to complete the course. You have to be fully devoted to succeed and if you fall behind it's really hard to catch up. The instructors in my eyes aren't the best and tend to be careless.
Communication has not always been the greatest, it's hard to receive help from the instructors. Tuition is extremely high, it's higher then the universities in the area. Overall I would rate my experience a 4 out of 10. I would not suggest going to this school.
Bryant & Stratton College is very unique. It is the best online school I have ever attended. It is affordable and the staff is very supportive. All of my instructors really care about their students and will try to help in any way possible. I will be graduating in 2012 and feel like I can accomplish anything!!! Thanks Bryant & Stratton for helping me realize my full potential!!
I'll admit I was a little nervous. I spoke with several diffrent schools, and for some reason I could not choose one. But when I spoke to SS. in admissions at Bryant and Stratton, he made me feel comfortable by explaining how the process will go.
I have been a student at Bryant and Stratton since June 23, and I love it. My classmates and the professor are very helpfull. I am so happy I choose Bryant and Stratton.