Chamberlain College of Nursing Reviews of Bachelor's in Accelerated BSN

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Reviews - Bachelor's in Accelerated BSN

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Becky Leeth
  • Reviewed: 2/25/2024
  • Degree: Accelerated BSN
"If you're ever considering an online only type of college, this is the one for you. I was worried how doing all online would work with homework and professors but they are top notch. I have a question, I post to them and they are quick at getting back to me. I have been amazed at how supportive each professor has been on this journey. I chose to do online courses because going down to part time just wasn't an option. I did some deep research to find an all accredited college and Chamberlain has the best reviews. I will recommend Chamberlain to anyone who is thinking of college. Online is the route to go for me."
  • Reviewed: 10/27/2023
  • Degree: Accelerated BSN
"terrible school please do not go to this school. you will fail and wont get pitty or anything, i passed the coarse with 77% but got 75% for the core assignment and got withdrew from the program. got to another school that will help you and not fail you for that 1%, and they still have my 700$ and not paying it back."
Omotola Oyesina
  • Reviewed: 3/31/2023
  • Degree: Accelerated BSN
"Attending Chamberlain University has helped my career by advancing my communication skills, and my dream of becoming a professional nurse has come true. Also, the instructor is always ready to support. In addition, the IT department gives 24-hour support, which makes my journey at Chamberlian interesting. I can recommend Chamberlain University to any who wants to earn a degree."
  • Reviewed: 8/29/2021
  • Degree: Accelerated BSN
"I would highly suggest people seeking a nursing degree to seek elsewhere. This program was helpful and hopeful in the first few months of enrollment but when you get to the actual nursing classes (NR-classes) they leave you high and dry. The student advisors do not care for the success of the student. They are not attentive and sincere in the overall outcomes of their students. The faculty practice unequal grading that you will soon find out with the many student group chats that I was apart of. The lead professors didn’t see a problem nor did the dean. One certain professor was not equipped to be a professor as she didn’t know the assignment protocols, it would only be left for the student to figure out in which failure became inevitable. Professors don’t answer emails as well even though they have a 24 hour answer policy which was clearly not practiced. They have a 76% grading policy anything lower they will not budge even for 75.85%. Wasted money and time with this program. I would suggest for future nursing students to seek an associate degree program, become an RN, start working and getting paid as an RN and then go back for your BSN degree. Good luck."
  • Reviewed: 6/3/2021
  • Degree: Accelerated BSN
"Starting a nursing school was so stressful, but I soon realized that I am at a perfect school. Teachers are not only experienced and knowledgeable, but they are also super supportive and available. They showed sincere care about our education as well as our overall well-being. I feel that I received great education, and my professors are such an inspiration and example of what a great nurse/ educator should/could be. I really feel that no words could sufficiently express my gratitude to my teachers for their professionalism and care! If I could choose my school again, I'd happily choose Chamberlain, Addison campus!"