American Sentinel College of Nursing & Health Sciences at Post University Reviews of Bachelor's in RN to BSN

  • 8 Reviews
  • Aurora (CO)
  • Annual Tuition: $6,840
17% of 8 students said this degree improved their career prospects
38% of 8 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Bachelor's in RN to BSN

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Rebecca Williams
  • Reviewed: 1/24/2020
  • Degree: RN to BSN
"I am a recent graduate of the RN to BSN program and enjoyed my program! I had a great admissions adviser, Amanda, whom I am sure she was sick of me by the end of my program. I got hired at a different place that gave me a nice raise and even give discounts if I go back to ASU for my MSN. Thank you American Sentinel for helping me reach my goals while still working and having a family."
  • Reviewed: 11/1/2019
  • Degree: RN to BSN
"Great school, the simpath program is the best. You can chose to show your work via essay, power point (my favorite) or video. I have yet to find a school that allows you to show mastery in a variety of ways, and I have researched a ton. Inexpensive and I have never had a problem getting a response from staff. The only issue I have is financial aid. Most schools allow you to start class while they work on getting aid, not this one. You have to request it months in advance which is new to me. Otherwise great school to quickly get your BSN degree in 8 months or less."
JB. RN to BSN unsatisfied. DONT GO!!!
  • Reviewed: 9/18/2018
  • Degree: RN to BSN
"My brother had cancer and I asked to drop the Rn to BSN program. They have a strict policy - and allowed me to drop. However they wanted their FULL money! This is a horrible act! Their program is not good. I had many questions about classs and was told by advisors well we are new and trying to improve. So they will take your money. Offer little to no support and just say we are trying to improve. PLEASE DO NOT WASTE your time! They dont care and they just want money. I have MBA so Im not some stupid young person who they try to prey on"
Rip off
  • Reviewed: 7/31/2018
  • Degree: RN to BSN
"Very helpful when trying to get you signed up. But no support after you sign promisary note. I couldn't get several of the online mandatory assignments to open so I could complete them. Contacted tech support, my counselor, instructor, no help really. Spoke with president of University about problems with accessing assignments. No help. Just told me to pay bill or it will go to collections. Oh yeah, I tried to access all my assignments on 3 different computers. The problem wasn't with me, it was their programs and lack of support. Be warned."
  • Reviewed: 6/14/2018
  • Degree: RN to BSN
"I feel compelled to write a review because I had a great experience at the school. I was able to graduate with honors and taking courses online was more attainable that having to attend a classroom. The teacher were very knowledgeable and helpful. True the school isn't regionally accredited so if going to purse a higher education in another school make sure they take Nationally accredited students. I will pursue my Nurse Practioner with American Sentinel."
Disappointed Student
  • Reviewed: 1/11/2018
  • Degree: RN to BSN
"I had no idea the credits from my BSN received at this school would be rejected by other schools pursuing my MSN Degree. This school is accredited but NOT Regionally accredited which is necessary for transferring to other schools. DON'T WASTE VALUABLE TIME!"
School NOT Regionally accrediated
  • Reviewed: 5/11/2017
  • Degree: RN to BSN
"Many employers look into "where you git your education from". That being said they look into the schools you have attended to see if it is a quality education. Many employers are reluctant to hiring employees with online degrees. The reason is because many schools will basically give to a diploma in exchange for your money. For this reason I f you want to get a job after graduating first check the school accreditation before applying to a program. There is a difference between national and regional accreditation. American sentinel university is nationally accredited but NOT regionally accredited. Most employers look for employees who have earned a degree from a regional accredited institution. Make sure you know the difference between national and regional accreditation. Otherwise you will end up with a useless degree thatbyou paid thousands for."
  • Reviewed: 3/9/2017
  • Degree: RN to BSN
"I have had difficulty finding a university to accept credits from ASU. ASU does not have regional accreditation, only national for the BSN and MSN programs. Most universities want transfer courses to come from a regional and national accredited school. My experience with instructors was mostly positive. Instructors were fair and gave quick feedback on assignments. The workload of assignments and projects were reasonable."