Chamberlain College of Nursing Reviews

  • 64 Reviews
  • Multiple Locations
  • Annual Tuition: $19,375 - $19,900
100% of 64 students said this degree improved their career prospects
84% of 64 students said they would recommend this school to others
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  • Reviewed: 11/21/2022
  • Degree: Accelerated BSN
"I am currently attending this school and ran into an accident with an essay, I was sent over to leadership. not only the " DR" professor speak down to me, but stated my mistakes will reflect the kind of nurse I am. I am extremely disappointed in how the professors at this school are allowed to speak to student's who are paying tons of money for their tuition and are suppose to be leader's at this school. I feel so disrespected. I would NOT attend this school. I will be sure to transfer over to a REAL nursing school that will respect me !"
Morgan Madariaga
  • Reviewed: 11/9/2022
  • Degree: Nursing
"I'm currently enrolled at Chamberlain to get my BSN. I've taken 5 classes with them so far, and I am highly satisfied with the support of not only my teachers but my advisor! I started this journey back in 2019 and had to drop out shortly after due to COVID. Their team was nothing short of support and patiently worked with me when I came back earlier this year in 2022. Their program offers so much flexibility when working full time as a nurse and offers solid financial plans. 10/10 would recommend!"
  • Reviewed: 3/14/2022
  • Degree: RN to BSN
"Chamberlain is a great school with many amazing educators. It has so many resources online and with great flexibility to allow students to work full time and pursue their career. It was an easy decision to come back to Chamberlain to complete my Masters Degree program online. This next career step will complete in 2023. I have never felt more supported by my instructors and other campus staff."
  • Reviewed: 3/12/2022
  • Degree: Nursing
"This is not my first experience at Chamberlain College. I did my BSN there and love the support from my professors. Doing my masters in leadership is a new experience because they now have mobile app, social support groups, and writing support which I never noticed before. As a returning student the process was so smooth it shocked me. The process to do my bachelors wasn’t hard either even though my transcript was from the Caribbean country (Jamaica West Indies). As a graduate you leave with the knowledge and confidence to be a change agent. I did this survey because I believe all nurses should never stop learning."
Stacy Hamlyn
  • Reviewed: 3/9/2022
  • Degree: RN to BSN
"So far this has been a great experience. I have been out of school for over 20 years and was really apprehensive about on line learning. All of my professors have been very supportive, and most offer help anytime it’s needed. I have also used the on line IT assistance a few times, and they were equally as helpful. The program is definitely geared towards working nurses, and most classes are interesting and challenging, but also engaging. I feel like I am part of a class, not just an online student. I would recommend this program to anyone wishing to further their education in nursing."
Elissa Warren
  • Reviewed: 3/8/2022
  • Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)
"I was terrified of online learning until attending Chamberlain the instructors are the very best quick responders, will check on you if your grades fall, and will ask what they can do to help. Candace and Rene registered me and are absolutely wonderful! This is my second year at Chamberlain and everything has been absolutely phenomenal. Online learning programs are very easy to navigate and if you need assistance your instructor will respond swiftly."
  • Reviewed: 3/8/2022
  • Degree: Nursing
"Easy to use classroom environments combined with the resources provided by the college and the professors makes going to the school very easy. The coursework required is not overwhelming and can be accomplished with a busy work life balance. They make it easy to get the forms you need to get your financial reimbursement whether it is from the government or from your current job."
Maria Zambrano
  • Reviewed: 3/7/2022
  • Degree: Nursing
"I have had the best experience at Chamberlain, there is so much support in the executive program. I am going on for my doctorate. I would recommend chamberlain to anyone who is looking to further their education. Professors are so responsive and always called to check on me."
  • Reviewed: 3/7/2022
  • Degree: Education
"My experience at Chamberlain has been great! The professors are supportive and want you to be successful. The tuition is affordable. The program is very doable for working mothers like myself. Chamberlain has a diverse student and faculty population. The diversity makes the learning environment interesting because you get to learn from your peers and professors."
  • Reviewed: 10/25/2021
  • Degree: Nursing
"Chamberlain was the WORST to try to enroll in grad school. There was no communication after the application was completed. Multiple emails and phone calls were unanswered. I never heard back from the advisor about the status of my application. Steer clear of this school!"
sokhon pok
  • Reviewed: 6/16/2021
  • Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)
"I've gone through 3 different schools and Chamberlain University has been the best all around! I am a proud alumni and current FNP student. The program is great and the instructors care about their students. I felt supported through every process of the schooling. I didn't have to endure insufferable calls like the other schools and everyone I spoke with at the school have been helpful and caring."
Wendy Lepek
  • Reviewed: 6/13/2021
  • Degree: Nursing
"Super supportive student services. Classes are very workable for me even though I work full time. Check with your employer , as mine gives tuition reimbursement. I never thought I'd go back for my BSN, and I'm already more than halfway. Professors are very reachable."
  • Reviewed: 6/7/2021
  • Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)
"I had three prior degrees before enrolling at Chamberlain - bachelor's in marine science, master's in education, and a bachelor's in nursing. All three of these degrees were done at a mortar and brick institution, which I loved. However, these types of school do not offer much flexibility for those who have families and jobs. Additionally, by my third degree, I felt that I already knew how to study and did not receive much from in-class learning. I looked at several online schools and decided on Chamberlain University as it checked all my boxes - family nurse practitioner program, affordable, military discount, and excellent reviews. Additionally, I knew a few friends who completed the FNP program and loved it; they also felt that it prepared them well for the work environment. When previous instructors found out I was attending Chamberlain, they respond with, "Oh! I hear that's a great school." Chamberlain has been offering online programs for quite awhile, so I feel like they have their act together. The technology is advanced, reliable, and easy to use. It took me about a week to get used to the interface, but that is going to be true for any new technology. I have also had a great experience with all the faculty! They are friendly, keep you informed of due dates, and are available through email, the student portal, or phone; I ask a lot of questions and they were always answered in a timely manner (within 12 hours usually). However, you can always call and talk to the instructors over the phone during office hours. My one disclaimer is that students are expected to be very self-sufficient. However, this is true of ANY online learning program. The staff is extremely friendly, flexible, understand, and always willing to help students in any way. Having said that, you are an adult and will be treated as such. Do not blame the teachers or anyone else for your inability to complete assignments or understand the material - especially if you did not reach out to the administration in a timely manner. I am a third of the way through the program, and I have loved every class/professor thus far!"
  • Reviewed: 6/6/2021
  • Degree: RN to BSN
"Chamberlain has supported through the pandemic. They were constantly reaching out and also gave me space when needed. When I had to drop my class, they supported, and when it was time to restart they reached out to me. Chamberlain is expensive but very caring staff"
Krystal C Clough
  • Reviewed: 6/3/2021
  • Degree: Nursing
"Chamberlain has been absolutely amazing. They have been great in all aspects and have allowed me to ask questions when necessary of any department. Whether that be general questions or class specific questions. They are quick to return messages and ensure that we have everything we need to succeed. They provide Career Services such as improving your resume which was extremely helpful as well as providing tips on how to stand out from the crowd to get the job you want. They have been amazing throughout my Bachelors in Nursing, and I will be finishing up my Masters in Nursing in August. I would suggest them to anyone and would say they are definitely worth every penny!"
  • Reviewed: 6/1/2021
  • Degree: Nursing
"Chamberlain University is the perfect fit for professionals looking to return to school for their graduate degree. There is an abundance of support. I put this endeavor off for way too long due to feeling intimidated by online learning. Chamberlain has shown me this is an attainable goal."
  • Reviewed: 6/1/2021
  • Degree: Nursing
"Chamberlain has small class sizes, amazing nursing instructors, and the resources available to each student are endless. They truly prepare you for NCLEX months before you are even ready to take it. It is an advanced program, so the workload is intense and at times overwhelming, but again the teachers are always willing to go above and beyond to ensure that you understand the concepts."
Worse place ever
  • Reviewed: 5/25/2021
  • Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Acute Care)
"Worst school ever. They have the worst customer service and no matter how many times you call, no one has a clue of what they are doing. They don’t approve your preceptor in a timely manner and don’t even bother help you find one like other schools. They wait until the last minute to deny any preceptors and have the worst..I mean worst system for classes...stay far away from this school unless you like jumping through hoops, being on hold for hours and getting stressed out."
Disappointed MSN student
  • Reviewed: 5/16/2021
"I am 2-courses away from a MSN degree but may not be able to finish because Chamberlain will not let me enroll unless I have a clinical site, which I have not been able to get because Chamberlain does not help you find sites. Then, when you think you might have found a site on your own (CVS Minute Clinic) they denied me as I have not done a pediatric rotation, which is extremely hard to find on your own. I have been sitting it out for 3 months now and the more time I am away the harder it will be to finish. Chamberlain does not care about their students success, they will step over you and keep moving to process more students to enter their program and collect private school fees. The classes are online, and if you are stuggling the response is just " figure it out". You pay high fees to learn on your own and find your own clinical sites."
  • Reviewed: 5/15/2021
  • Degree: RN to MSN
"Professors are aimed at helping you to achieve success. I was able to contact the dean each semester to take double the course load. I was able to graduate with my BSN in 9 months, will have completed the MSN in 12 months, and beginning my DNP in September. The professors ensure that the content is understood and information is not being lost. I recommend Chamberlain to everyone after a poor experience within the ADN program at another school. Thankful for the professors to understand that we are working professionals, some with less work experience than others in the program but we are able to build upon one another. I will not choose another school to finish my DNP."