Chamberlain University Reviews

3.29 out of 5 stars
(302 Reviews)
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  • Annual Tuition: $19,375
63% of 302 students said this degree improved their career prospects
60% of 302 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars
Ashley - 1/20/2021
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2021
"I want to start by saying I am very thankful for chamberlain. I started here with a ADN and now I’m in my last semester of my BSN program. I have to say chamberlain is very fair. As we are experiencing crisis they work with you and try to accommodate you. My financial aide didn’t cover my education however I was able to get a payment plan and thankful it was reasonable. It is because of this university I will be a family nurse practitioner. Chamberlain also gives you several chances. It’s a win-win."
1.3 out of 5 stars
Annie - 1/7/2021
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2021
"Please do not waste your money to attend this school because they will not help you with finances. I had a financial crisis during the pandemic and this school would not take a payment plan that i was willing to do, nor did they let me register for my remaining 4 classes to finish up my degree. They wanted the full balance without hesitation, stating that I need to take out a loan to pay them, how ironic is that."
4.6 out of 5 stars
Tomeka McDonald - 12/10/2020
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2021
"I am in my last 5 courses to complete my FNP with Chamberlain University and have had a wonderful experience. I completed my BSN in Atlanta, Georgia with Chamberlain University in 2018 then decided to pursue my FNP. I have never had a problem with the courses, Staff, or clinicals. The cost is reasonable compared to other private schools. I am in the military and travel every 3 years which sets Chamberlain aside from any other school, because they have so many branches across the United States. Classes are demanding as expected, but it is no different than any other MSN program. The MSN-FNP builds on your knowledge and leadership skills. I look forward to starting my clinicals next session. I hope this will help many make a decision on attending a great school. I hate studying and I tend to procrastinate, but some how I have made it through with All "As and Bs.""
4.7 out of 5 stars
Blessing Alle - 12/8/2020
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2020
"Attending Chamberlain University has been one of the best decisions I ever made in my life. If I had known sooner I would have been there earlier. As one of the Extraordinary nurses graduating, this could not have been possible if not because of God almighty, my children supports, the wonderful teachers that have come my way throughout my schooling there. It's has been a rough and bumping road but by not giving up and focus on my goals, I am able to achieve what I came there for. I have wonderful student advisors with their words of encouragement and believing in me even when I thinking of giving up. I have had some wonderful professors for clinicals and classrooms that really cares about their students to be successful. They constantly reminding us that there is light at the end of the tunnels. Most importantly, I have always seeking Gods help and guidance. All are not bed roses, I've come across of some professors that really don't care much. But just a couple. When I compared Chamberlain to my previous school, it was like night and day. From the other school, all you hear from the teachers are negativities and reminding you daily how you will fail. At Chamberlain, there are lots of resources for students to be successful and everyone is ready to help. I love giving back to the community and chamberlain gave me the joy to do that by becoming a member of the Student Nursing Association (SNA) and Student Government Association (SGA). We have many places to go for volunteering in the community and around the school. I was told about this school by a former student and I have done the same by telling people about it and I am very happy that some of people I told , became one of the Extraordinary nurse from Chamberlain. I never regret coming to Chamberlain. Yes the fees might look expensive but it is worth it for what you will get. Add Chamberlain to your list and I promise you, you will not regret it."
5.0 out of 5 stars
Yaa P.D. - 12/8/2020
Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)
Graduation Year: 2023
"From the admission process to starting in the FNP program at Chamberlain University this past July of 2020, I have felt so supported by the faculty and that was very important to me prior to applying to the school. I have been out of school working as a Registered BSN Nurse for 16 years and it was hard for me to come back to school while raising my 4 kids but the transition has been so positive and I encourage and recommend this school and the FNP Program to anyone who is afraid of online grad programs just like I was. The curriculum at Chamberlain is straightforward to follow and the professors have all been so phenomenal and very accessible to me. Online education requires independent work but the assignments and faculty are always available to help students and I truly appreciate that especially as this is my first online program. I am beyond happy with my choice to attend Chamberlain and I encourage anyone reading this review to take a chance in the right direction in choosing their graduate program and choose Chamberlain. I am glad I did and I can't wait to become a future FNP one day. Don't wait!!! Chamberlain is awesome!"
5.0 out of 5 stars
Jacquelin Andrea Morris - 12/7/2020
Degree: Healthcare Administration
Graduation Year: 2023
"I completed my BSN & MSN at Chamberlain College of Nursing. My experience was the absolute best, everyone was so nice and ready to help. My advisors kept up with me and anticipated my needs. All except one instructor was not understanding. I will not focus on one negative among all the positives. I am presently enrolled in the DNP program and I am truly blessed with the most humane Professor, Dr. Wechter is the BEST. I am looking forward to seeing her at my graduation. So very kind, she is on time with her responses and she makes herself available to answer questions via text or phone calls anytime. She has open office hours. She motivates the students through her questions, feedbacks and weekly inspirations. I have recommended Chamberlain College of Nursing to many colleagues and students and I will continue to do so. The journey is has some situational difficulties but my experience here keeps me going."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Makeylia Haynes - 12/6/2020
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2022
"I have paid over 50k out of pocket, they don't give scholarships and the city doesn't give this college scholarship. The credits don't transfer and because they don't they will fail you to take it over because they know you can't go anywhere. I did two appeals and they denied them both, the staff will team up against you. They know you need them so they will drag you. I have been on the dean list every session (semester) and the one time it was a misunderstanding, they failed me and still denied my appeals (both of them) Shawn little (Atlanta campus president) and Rebecca lovelock (professor) is racist and they get a raise each time people have to retake a class. overall, don't come here because if you do you're stuck because your grades don't transfer and they aren't understanding. It's their way or you fail, they don't meet you halfway. Overall you will come out at least 100+k on this school and they want you to pay 3-7k every two months. Imagine paying out of pocket and they aren't understanding and will happily fail you."
5.0 out of 5 stars
Taskeen Midgette - 12/4/2020
Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Adult-Gerontology Primary Care)
Graduation Year: 2022
"This program "gets it"they are designed to work with the working adult and understand that each student is a component of a larger unit and his/her education is a component of their life. The ability to preview classes one week before they commence also assists with settling any anxiety about class work."
5.0 out of 5 stars
Jennifer - 12/1/2020
Degree: RN to BSN
Graduation Year: 2021
"Chamberlain has been my favorite University to attend to date; and there have been a few. Chamberlain has always made accessing and completing content easy and when the pandemic hit Chamberlain stepped up to the plate and went BIG. Chamberlain altered the course assignments to better fit the busy schedules and crazy lives of us healthcare workers. I really enjoy the change to discussions that no longer require initial post by Wednesday because that was a challenge when my job does not allow for set scheduling. I thank Chamberlain for what it has done for me, and although I have not needed to utilize it, Chamberlain ASPIRE. It is amazing that Chamberlain cares about our mental health when my employer does not even have this kind of access for us when we are at our lowest times. Thank you Chamberlain!"
4.7 out of 5 stars
Marie Jose Antoine - 11/27/2020
Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)
Graduation Year: 2020
"I am proud to be a Chamberlain University Grad because Chamberlain is genuinely an excellent school. From the time you make your first call to learn more about the MSN-FNP program, the academic and financial advisors' approach that helps me navigate throughout the program has just been very remarkable. Chamberlains' reputation and schedule are one of the best in the nation. I honestly believe that chamberlain is a school that anybody should consider when joining the MSN or DNP programs."