Bryant & Stratton College Reviews of Bachelor's in Nursing

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17% of 9 students said this degree improved their career prospects
22% of 9 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Bachelor's in Nursing

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Karla Quinones
  • Reviewed: 3/13/2022
  • Degree: Nursing
"Graduated in December 2021. I passed my NCLEX a month later on the first attempt. I now work full time as a nurse and I love it. My academic advisor was Jessica Olle and she was amazing. There were good times and bad times but I believe that every school has pros and cons."
  • Reviewed: 3/10/2022
  • Degree: Nursing
"Teachers are in it for the money. No one helped when I was struggling. I do not recommend this scoop to other nursing students especially those coming from high school. A waste of my money. The resources that were available to the students, no one was there to help me. People should have a strong background in nursing before joining their program."
BSN Student Graduate
  • Reviewed: 2/4/2020
  • Degree: Nursing
"I graduated in December and was told that after the pinning ceremony I would be told exactly what I (and my classmate) needed to do in order to get our RN license. We were told during our NCLEX review session that our ATT numbers were on the way. After over a month of waiting I decided to conduct my own research. I found out that we needed to register with Pearson Vue. I did this and informed the new dean that no one ever mentioned this detail to us ( there were only 2 students who graduated). I waited another two weeks and still nothing. So, I then called the OBN and found that I was not even in their system. Apparently we also needed to register for and complete an FBI and BCI check in order to receive our ATT numbers. Again, the school told us nothing at all. We have been waiting over two months with no information about something that was never going to come. When confronted and told that I now may lose the job I had been offered due to time contraints on taking the NCLEX after graduating, all that was said was "OMG i'm so sorry". I finally have everything I need in order to obtain my ATT thanks to the kind women working for the OBN. I can't even fathom the complete disregard for their students especially when there was only two of us in the graduating class."
  • Reviewed: 3/26/2019
  • Degree: Nursing
"My nursing program was great, teachers are nice and very smart. I am so sorry people write mean ugly statements about my nursing school . We all passed the NCLEX and I am glad this school accepted me as a student. I think people do not understand that nursing is a hard subject to take and not everyone can make it, but they gave me the everything I needed to be successful."
  • Reviewed: 7/30/2018
  • Degree: Nursing
"Do not go to Bryant and Stratton in Parma Ohio for the BSN program! The BSN program is worthless!!!! I hated every second, hated every class in the BSN program. I did not have any good experience in the BSN program. The teachers make everything more difficult than it has to be. The teachers all have side jobs, and those jobs are more important than teaching. No one gives you resources to succeed in the program. Many more have failed out than passed while I was at Bryant and Stratton BSN program at Parma. Make sure you read all of these reviews before you sign up for school, they will tell you the real story. If you go to the Parma campus for the BSN program, you'll regret it every day as I do."
  • Reviewed: 7/29/2018
  • Degree: Nursing
"Going to Bryant and Stratton College in Parma was the worst experience of my life! Reading all of these reviews on this website and other websites, I don't know why I went here. If I had read all of these reviews, I would have never gone to this school for nursing! Most of the reviews on Bryant and Stratton especially for the BSN program at Parma are very negative, and you should consider them. I have had many of the same experiences as I see on here. The teachers in the BSN program have no heart; they do not care about your learning, nor their students. Some of the teachers in the BSN program will call you lazy and call you stupid. It is one of the most chaotic, judgemental and unprofessional environments a student can be in. I cannot stress to you as a future student enough to not go to Bryant and Stratton for Nursing in the bachelor's program. I regret my decision to come to Bryant and Stratton College for Nursing, and if you come here too, you'll regret it."
  • Reviewed: 7/17/2018
  • Degree: Nursing
"Going to the BSN program at Bryant and Stratton in Parma is a complete joke! WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY!!!!!! Worst experience I have ever endured. I hate everything about the BSN program at Parma campus. I can't tell you enough how awful I felt during my time at school. I did not enjoy any aspect of this school!"
  • Reviewed: 5/10/2018
  • Degree: Nursing
"This is the worst decision I have ever made. If you want to do a BSN program, do not go the Bryant and Stratton in Parma Ohio. The director of the program is incompetent at her job. Dr. R is unorganized and unwilling to help the students in the program. The teachers are her puppets and do not teach anything. This school is incredibly unorganized, and you always feel like you are underprepared and rushing to get anything. To get simple information is a struggle. I genuinely believe some of the teachers in the program are trying to trick you on the tests and quizzes and I truly think their objective is to fail you. They tell you to just read the book, and if the whole class does poorly they blame it on the lazy students and they tell you to read the book. Most of the teacher do not email you back, yet tell you to not ask questions in class and tell you to email them after class. This is the worst experience in my life. I am in the BSN program at the Parma campus. I am in my 7th out of 8 semesters, and if I had it back, I would have never have come within 100 miles of this school. To give you an example of their incompetents, we have to take a math test before any clinical, their teachers cannot figure out the right answers, and when you tell them that they are wrong because they usually are, they don't even care. We had to go to the dean of the school to get anything done because Dr. R and her puppets cannot do simple math and do not care if you pass or not. Most of the staff is there to ruin student's lives and to get paid. Most of the teachers will just tell you that they don't have time to do stuff because they all work other jobs, but if you need a little flexibility with your work schedule, they don't care. I absolutely hate it at Bryant and Stratton in Param, and I wish I never started there. I feel overwhelmed not because of the material, but because of the disorganization at this school. I feel overwhelmed because it is so difficult to get simple answers from anyone. You feel like you are waiting for them to make your life decisions. This school is not flexible like the commercials say, it is just a waste of time. I am an A student (my GPA is 3.92), yet when I don't know questions on the quizzes or tests, they tell me I should read more. You can read for 40 hours a week; I am usually in my school work for about 25-30 hours each week, they will tell you that you do not work hard enough. There answer for their spotty work is that you are a lazy student and need to work harder. I think the director is rude and is unwilling/ uncaring to do her job. If you pick this nursing program, it will be the biggest mistake of your life as it is for me."
  • Reviewed: 9/26/2017
  • Degree: Nursing
"This school will give you more stress, than it is worth. Bryant and Stratton Parma Campus BSN program is the worst decision I have ever made. The program director is the worst person I have ever meet. There are maybe 2 good nursing teachers and the rest are garbage. I feel like I have learned nothing all of my time here. It is the worst experience of my life. Mrs. D is one of the teacher in the biology departments and she is the best person and the best teacher in the whole world. I LOVE MRS. D!! Other than Mrs.D this school has been a complete wast of time. I usually do not read these kind of things, but I should have before I signed up. Nursing school is very tough and chaotic, but this school likes to take it to a new level. The clinical experience is good, but it is also chaotic. They are very unorganized and they are very carefree. No one really care if you get an education at all. The teachers are not in the right position to do their jobs, and they are set up to fail. If there are problems, the teachers cannot do anything, and the director dose not care. It seems like most of the teachers and especially the program director is just in it for the money. The nursing program had no interest in teaching or in education in general. The only reason you should come to this school is to visit Mrs.D. Other than that, you are wasting your time and money. I highly suggest you never ever ever ever come to this school, it will save you a lot of time, money and hassle; A lot of hassle!"