Chamberlain College of Nursing Reviews - Bachelor's in Nursing

3.18 out of 5 stars
(111 Reviews)
  • Multiple Locations
  • Annual Tuition: $19,375
56% of 111 students said this degree improved their career prospects
52% of 111 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars
Rebekah - 2/20/2020
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2020
"There are some truly awful reviews for this school. However, you get out of it what you put in to it. This is an ACCELERATED program. You have to be self motivated and you have to spend the majority of your time outside of class studying if you want to make good grades. There are no shortcuts. Nursing school is hard, as it should be. You are studying and preparing to help save lives. From what I have heard about other nursing schools, the only difference at Chamberlain is the cost and there is no competitive selection. If you are a low achiever, then you will not do well. There are also no surprises. You are told up front what is expected and when assignments are due. Sure you can turn it in late, but there will be points off. This school prepares you to meet deadlines. From the beginning you are being prepared to take the NCLEX. As you learn the material you are expected to be able to apply that knowledge, not just regurgitate it. I'm starting my last session here in 2 weeks. They tell you a full 2 semesters ahead of time that if you don't meet the benchmark for the final exam, you will have 6 weeks of required remediation in order to pass the last class. This is a requirement for passing the class. You must make a 72% on the final exam in Capstone or you will have to remediate for 6 weeks. This is not a surprise."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Taylor - 12/17/2019
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2021
"If you’re thinking about attending this school, save yourself and don’t. They claim to be military friendly but they submitted my paperwork wrong and lost me $1400, and claimed they couldn’t do anything about it. They’re not flexible, accommodating, or helpful when it comes to student services. The professors are inconsistent and come and go because they even hate the how the school is ran. I was told when I enrolled as an LPN I could test out of certain things after my first semester, was later told after my first semester that I could not. They lie to you, trick you, and do whatever they can to take your money"
4.8 out of 5 stars
Rodolfo - 11/1/2019
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2019
"My experience have been excellent. The professors are very competent and organized, they always take care of us. Timely and fairly feedbacks. Counselors very nice. Library support wonderful. Tutoring service first class. Nice and functional platform."
1.3 out of 5 stars
TySoChic - 10/30/2019
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2019
"12/10 would not recommend. Every single semester it’s something new with financial aid and student services. I’ve never experienced this before but they will “over award” students financially & then request for the student to pay back the money! I received financial aid to my account, even though I have graduated and I am still fighting with them now to reverse several charges due to me winning a scholarship & them placing a charge on my account for the scholarship amount. If you are able to look past all of the bs & enroll, classes are easy. Literally just busy work. Some teachers will just give you full points for participating, others will grade your work in a serious manner. FYI - Steer clear of DeAnna in Collaborative."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Las Vegas Campus - 9/17/2019
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2019
"I am thoroughly disgusted with this school that I just graduated from! I was shocked to find out at Graduation that some of my classmates, that did not pass the final and graduated with me, are being penalized and still being assigned "homework" from someone in a different time zone, just so they can "retake" the final that doesn't even count! These students could literally walk in and retest (hopefully before the fricken end of the year), and sit down and get a ZERO and it won't matter!!! You are sabotaging them from taking their NCLEX by not letting them retest before graduation. They honestly have to wait until next semester for their transcripts!!! Every one of them will be excellent nurses and you are holding them back!?!? Chamberlin ruined my classmates graduation with family and friends by not letting them retest (for a final that still doesn't matter) by continuing to let someone ASSIGN MORE HOMEWORK! Did I mention the test Does Not Matter!!! After all the time and ridiculous money we spent all these years, this is the way you end things. Are you kidding me! How demeaning it was for my classmates on Graduation. SHAME ON YOU CHAMBERLIN! I will never, nor will ANYONE else I know, EVER recommend the school we attended. I am NOT a proud alumni of a school that treats Grown Adults in this manner. This approach and is purely for your school numbers. This has nothing to do with students. Every one of them could walk in and get a ZERO and sink your numbers. Why would they not after ruining their special day by letting someone across country dictate what HOMEWORK they need to do next just to retest. And when I say "Homework" I mean a s___ ton of Homework! One assignment after another after another! Really!!!??? Shame on you Chamberlin."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Fraud: abandon all hope ye who enter here - 9/13/2019
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2018
"Do not go here. Please learn from my mistake. This place is so disorganized it numbs you. Even if another school has a waitlist go there. Chamberlain sells you a lie to get you in. And they are the highest price anywhere. Truely stay away from this place. Dont go here."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Nursing student - 9/10/2019
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2019
"HORRIBLE HORRIBLE. if I could give this school a 0 star I would. The professors are no helpful, Your attendance, homeworks doesnt mean anything. No one in that school is helpful(specifically the north Brunswick campus). They have you doing mad work and its not even going to your core/passing grades its going to your supplemental score which doesnt mean ANYTHING atall ! Please stay far away from this school and save your pocket. They are all in all for your money. Beware of these for profit schools. I ignored the horrible reviews thats why I am where I am right now."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Indianapolis - 8/14/2019
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2021
"I cant tell you how awful this program is. Im so sorry to say that I have taken any classes and wasted my time and money going to this school. If I could copy and paste other 1 star rating comments, I would. Ive experienced the same problem they have, from the overly nice and promising admin reps, to being ignored or talked down to from that same staff once youre enrolled, the Dr. that are instructors are worthless as teachers. They dont teach, you might as well be self taught, the direction and guidance is lacking. The instructors complain more than the students. The instructors talk more about personal stories then the damn subject being taught. The Dean doesnt want to hear complaints. The Director is impossible to get an appointment with ( Director wants you to talk to the Dean). Even after youve spoken with the Dean and gotten little attention and respect. Im currently on a leave of absence so I can decide what to do with the time and money Ive spent so far. Every 8 weeks I end up owing $1000+, this doesnt make sense. After financial aid loans and grants, how can I possibly still need a personal loan to cover tuition? I was not expecting this at all. This is not the 1st college or university that I have attended, and I have never had to pay while Im in school. I could go on forever about how horrible this school is. I probably wont go back. I need to find out if any of the classes that Ive already taken with chamberlain will even transfer to another school, so far the answer has been NO. Smh. Do not go to this school and pay $80k-$100K for a BSN. This school does not care about their students, its all a lie, they just want your money. And God forbid you fail any 3 classes (science / nursing) in any combination during the 3+ year program, youll get kicked out, and have to start over somewhere else because credits wont transfer to several places Ive asked. The only reason to stay is if youd like to have the feeling that you paid for a BSN. Because the program is nothing to be proud of. Id be the same as just exchanging $80k for a paper that says BSN & just letting me take the NCLEX, it would save a lot of time and thats all your doing anyway."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Hasena - 8/6/2019
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2021
"This is one of the worst school I’ve ever attended. Please save yourself from this school!! They barely have professors to teach classes and the classes are taught every other session due to the lack of professors. The staffs and professors have the most nasty attitudes there. They can never help you with anything. If you ask them a question they get all nasty on you. I regret coming to this school. I am literally counting down the year and a half I have left here. The work they provide here is to set you up for failure. Please read these reviews before making a choice at this school. I use to see the bad reviews about this school but ignore it and decided to give it a try. Now I know what everyone was talking about. I literally cannot wait to get out from this school. They treat students so bad. It’s just so sad. Also you can never get a hold to talk to any student services advisor %26 they’re not very supportive at all. They only care about making money. They hire some people at CAS who literally hates their job. Always give students a hard time."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Claudie love - 6/24/2019
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2019
"Worst school ever. Stay away from these people they are put for your money not your academic well being. Makes changes unprecedented and very unstable. Teachers are sometimes reachable however not happy when students do so. They are not interested in your career or what you are here for but your money."