Chamberlain College of Nursing-Indiana Reviews

  • 10 Reviews
  • Indianapolis (IN)
  • Annual Tuition: $19,629
100% of 10 students said this degree improved their career prospects
70% of 10 students said they would recommend this school to others
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  • Reviewed: 1/6/2023
  • Degree: BSN to DNP
"Financial aid is not getting back or communicating what so ever with their students from 4 months even though calling them every day and also emailing them 2-3 times a week and still not getting any response back. After COVID-19 they moved their financial support to their headquarter in Chicago and no one is responding back from there. Case was open against financial department and still not responding back. Please choose it wisely from here on."
Not worth it!
  • Reviewed: 3/20/2022
  • Degree: Nursing
"Seek your education elsewhere. This school (Chamberlain Indianapolis) is not worth the debt that you will be in and their main focus is money. The dean has gone so far as to find me as I was receiving instruction to demand that I pay tuition immediately. There is also a handful of biased professors. You will be better off going to a community college or ANY other school for that matter. Remember that you can always obtain your BSN while working as an RN after completing your ASN."
Melissa Givens
  • Reviewed: 6/3/2021
  • Degree: Nursing
"Chamberlain has been a great program for me. They have assisted me in almost all aspects of my career. They have accommodated their students through COVID by lessening the work load because most of us have had to work a lot of overtime. This has been a great help. Of all the instructors I have had, only one has been less than accommodating and not empathetic; the rest have been great."
  • Reviewed: 12/1/2020
  • Degree: Nursing
"I chose Chamberlain because of the ease of the admission process, help with financial support, and the schedule per semester - 8 week sessions twice each semester as opposed to a single 16 week session which allows more classes in shorter time and less time to reach graduation day! The courses are well laid out and organized in a manner that is straight forward and easy to follow. The lessons offer direction and give advice on being successful."
  • Reviewed: 11/24/2020
  • Degree: Nursing
"As a single first time mom I knew it was time to find a direction for my life, and I had always planned to continue my nursing education through our local community college. Unfortunately that institution only accepts 20 students a year and I did not want to risk wasting time waiting for an acceptance. I then heard about Chamberlain and decided to do an interview and absolutely fell in love with their program. The admissions process was a breeze, and the supportive staff was more than helpful for me to further my education. They drafted a plan and after transferring previous credits from my community college experience I cut off 6 months of the 3 year program and am able to graduate in 2.5 years. After completing my first full year with chamberlain I am so happy I made the decision to transfer. The instructors care about your success, the support staff is readily available to help with any of your needs, and over all the material given to you is from a real life stand point so you feel knowledgable at the end of each session. I love the fact that each course is 8 weeks long its almost like a snowball effect each course builds off one another so you don't ever feel overwhelmed. Chamberlain has done an amazing job transitioning to an online format due to Covid-19 and every single instructor I have had thus far has been so flexible and helpful when you have issues, concerns, or need some clarification. I have recommended many friends, family members, and old co-workers to join me in this institution, it is just that great of a program."
Run away from this school
  • Reviewed: 3/10/2020
  • Degree: Nursing
"They weed students out slowly to keep their pass rate high. There may be 45 - 50 students who start the program but, by the middle of the nursing program down to 20 or less students and then it continues to trickle down. Do not waste your time and money. Invest yourself in a reputable school. They give you a phygological test ( my opinion) to get to know your strengths and weaknesses before you get into the heart of the nursing classes that actually tells them if you are good learner..... etc. Watch out! It gave me a bad review and I know better. The instructors were horribly rude and inconsiderate towards me. One told lies to me and the Dean who failed to listen to the truth. Run, Run, away and explore other schools."
Theresa Lundberg
  • Reviewed: 2/4/2019
  • Degree: Nursing
"Excellent experience with 24/7 assistance available. The faculty is very responsive with a genuine interest in your success. I graduated in 1980 as an associate level RN and returned to school at Chamberlain in 2019 to pursue my BSN and it is attainable at any age and very fulfilling."
Brandi Lane
  • Reviewed: 8/14/2016
  • Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)
"Overall I think it's a great program. It's a hard academic program as all schools are. Overall I have found Chamberlain to be very helpful in my degree process. I would recommend this program to others. The hardest part is securing practicum sites so start early and you won't be disappointed."
  • Reviewed: 8/14/2016
  • Degree: Nursing
"I am currently still a student at Chamberlain. Other having to find my own preceptor I've had no issues or problems with the program. I feel I'm being challenged & I believe I'll be successful as I invest a lot in my studies. I couldn't attend a brick & mortar institution, therefore an online program was what I needed to accommodate my work & family life. I feel I'll be well prepared when I take my certifying exam."
Alexandria Speer
  • Reviewed: 6/30/2016
  • Degree: Nursing
"I currently take classes at the Indianapolis campus and I love it here! I was told up front what classes transferred, which classes I needed and what the total cost would be. Teachers here really care about you; they don't want us to fail. Some classes are very hard some very easy! It all depends on how much work and time you are willing to put towards each class. The sim lab is amazing here. We are about to get another high fidelity mannequin that can give birth. They even have a high fidelity baby mannequin and a nicu. I think they have a total of 6 mock "hospital rooms"which is plenty due to very small class sizes. They make you treat them as real patients and throw every situation at you so you learn a lot! I really like it here :)"