Chamberlain University Reviews - Bachelor's in Nursing

3.19 out of 5 stars
(179 Reviews)
  • Multiple Locations
  • Annual Tuition: $19,375
62% of 179 students said this degree improved their career prospects
60% of 179 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

1.0 out of 5 stars
Kani Urameshi - 5/5/2016
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2018
"In the Tinley Park, IL campus, the professors there clearly have no idea what they are doing. I have had only one good professor so far but each time a question gets asked towards her she decides to tell me "look at the syllabus" or "read that on your own time." I'm paying $3000 a month to hear you talk, you're getting paid to teach, if I ask you a question, you answer it. Plain and simple. My lab professor for another class threatened to throw me out of the class because I was joking around with the manakins (as they had female parts but male tops), but everyone else in the room was doing the same thing and did not get a threat to be kicked out of class. The professor even laughed at what they were doing! I do not usually pull the racism card but this woman was in a room with all white women except for me, boasting constantly about how her students wished to have her for other classes and for clinical. They even tell you on your first day in Nursing 101 that 1/3 of you will fail out and not become nurses, highly discouraging many who have low self-esteem issues as it is. And I have less than two years in the program left to go. I would not recommend this school to anyone. Please continue reading the reviews about this school, everyone! They waste your money, your time, and there are plenty more schools out there for you to go to. DO NOT ATTEND CHAMBERLAIN! I have 23 more months at this school, I hope they go by quickly!"
5.0 out of 5 stars
Doreen McIntosh - 4/29/2016
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2015
"Attending Chamberlain was the best thing that happened to me. I started school many times and stop. I went to the ENA conference and met presenters from CCN I stated in September, the admission advice was great he made sure I send all my papers in the instructors are excellent. I completed my degree in July of 2015 and started my MSN the education track. The highlight is today I went to the New Jersey campus for the opening of the North Brunswick campus and met the President it came full circle for me for students living in NJ this is great news for them I can't wait to complete my MSN Thank you all the professors that have helped shape where I am right now."
1.0 out of 5 stars
ScrewedStudent - 4/7/2016
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2016
"I really don't suggest going here unless you like wasting your time or money! I was screwed out of thousands of dollars and now I can't even finish my degree due to people not doing their jobs. My credit was also ruined due to all do the debt that I accrued."
2.8 out of 5 stars
D. McMann - 2/26/2016
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2017
"While working full time, and due to my employer's tuition reimbursement limits, it took several years of 1-2 courses at a time, while working on my RN to BSN. With only 3 courses left until completion, I am told that Chamberlain no longer will accept students from my state (Oregon), and that there is no recourse for me. Both myself and my employer are out THOUSANDS of dollars, and I am forced to continue elsewhere and take my chances on any completed course work, transferring. Very very disgusted!"
1.0 out of 5 stars
PryingInquiringRT - 7/22/2015
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2017
"For all of those reading this, please understand that I am not a student who failed a class, so NO I am not out to get Chamberlain. I am writing this, because there are several facets of Chamberlain that are unfavorable, and would not want another individual to experience these issues. For one, I was LIED to by the Admissions office, which did not factually inform me of when I would be able to register. After taking my HESI literally, four months prior to the following time they accept students, I was ignored by the Admissions AdvisorĀ for SEVERAL months. Secondly, the professors (a term used loosely) in this institution will NOT and I repeat, will NOT take responsibility for any wrong-doing, most of the instructors that I have encountered were EXTREMELY unprofessional; in fact, some instructors made crass and inappropriate jokes in the presence of students, arrived late to class, or texted while instructing the course. Lastly, do NOT make any attempt at bringing any troubling issues to the attention of higher beings, such as that dreadful dean. She will make poor attempts at rhetoric and the rem-mentioning of policy, to maintain the CYA code of conduct that Chamberlain College of Nursing Atlanta wishes to ever so greatly uphold. This is not a student writing this, that has failed a class, or is bitter, this is a student who recognizes GREAT fault and unprofessionalism. I beg of any person reading this, that is considering this institution, PLEASE try your like elsewhere... PLEASE. You're better off at Gwinnett Technical College's Nursing Program... At least youre not in as much debt and don't have to worry about the lack of accountability on behalf of staff. I will be returning to Gwinnett Tech, where these issues are not even a concern."
4.1 out of 5 stars
Nurse Ashley - 5/20/2015
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2014
"I chose Chamberlain because of the ease of getting enrolled and the length of the program. I completed my RN-BSN in 12 months. I actually did 2 classes a session with my last session having three courses. 2 classes is very doable but adding the third class was more demanding while working full time. I found their online format user friendly, and had only one IT problem during my enrollment, and their support team solved that very quickly. No group projects, that was a big plus for me as well. CCNE accredited. I do not know much about their brick and mortar schools, but the school in Jacksonville, FL has a good reputation with many of the hospitals in the area."
5.0 out of 5 stars
Blessed Nurse - 9/3/2014
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2014
"Chamberlain RN-BSN online program was very flexible and I did 2 classes at a time and it was not bad at all. Decent workload while working full-time. I finished in 12 months. Teachers were very available, helpful and understanding. The advising was awesome and thorough."
4.5 out of 5 stars
Nia Edwards - 8/21/2014
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2013
"Earning your Bachelor degree online at Chamberlain College of Nursing is very possible. The classes will fit within your schedule. Your first posting is not due until Wednesday giving you plenty of time. The other posts are due by Saturday and papers are due the following Sunday. You should have no problem being successful in this program while working. You can choose between taking one or two courses at a time. Two was very doable for me. Since I did two courses at a time, I finished in only 10 months. The cost is pretty decent to. My total cost for the BSN was just short of $17,000. I have already begun paying back my loans even though I have not been asked to yet. I work one full time job and one per diem job. I enjoyed Chamberlain so much, that I am now working towards my MSN there. I strongly recommend this school. It is also properly accredited which is very important."