Ambria is a for-profit college located in Hoffman Estates, Illinois in the Chicago Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 152 undergraduate students. The Ambria acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Nursing and Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN). Ambria graduates 78% of its students.
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Ambria College of Nursing Reviews
The only private nursing college in Illinois that has a 95% pass rate for NCLEX and offers LPN, LPN to RN, Straight RN, and RN to BSN. Small class sizes. Beautiful new building. Lots of help available. Has LOTS of flexibility when it comes to programs.
It is what it is with this school. You get what you take from it. Like any school no one is gonna hold your hand and coddle you. Yes, it’s some inconsistencies with it....it’s either you want it or you don’t.
Financial aid at this school is the best. They will do anything and everything to help you cover costs. All you really have to do is work with them, submit your paperwork and they do the rest. If you're ever missing something they will immediately come find you to work things out. The money I pay for this school, however, I feel is not utilized well. The labs are not open to the students freely to practice skills, computer labs are not always open as well. There are a lot of things that need attention to make better for the students. The hidden tuition costs get ridiculous sometimes. Especially the student service fee every semester.