Aultman College of Nursing & Health Sciences
- 4 Year
- CANTON, OH
Aultman College of Nursing & Health Sciences Reviews
Rating 3.85 out of 5 71 reviews
Aultman college is an amazing college to attend because of how condensed class sizes are and the one-on-one help you receive. However, for a small college, the tuition is very expensive. Nonetheless, it is an amazing school to learn from.
Aultman is a wonderful and helpful college. It has a great student to faculty ratio and it is awesome how closely linked it is with Aultman Hospital.
The professors really want us to succeed. They are preparing us for the real world. Even though most of the academic classes are online at the moment, we are still getting a great education.
I highly encourage you to consider a different nursing program. The average cost per year to attend here is $21,000, after financial aid. The teachers are unprofessional and do not teach the students accurately. Only a minimum of the classes here are offered in person (even before covid). They do not care about you as a student. You are not getting what you paid for. On top of it all, compared to all the other nursing schools around this area, it is a lot harder. Once you start at Aultman college they have it set up so none of your credits can transfer to other colleges. So you go here and either start all over to pay them more money to suffer under disrespectful faculty.
The one semester I went to Aultman was terrible. I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt, it was the beginning of COVID, but they handled it terribly. Advising staff was super unhelpful. Half the professors who taught online didn’t even hold Zoom and you had to teach yourself. I’m not giving you my money to teach myself. My entire chemistry class was failing because of this and we told the school, they did nothing. Told a professor I was late on an assignment because I got a concussion from work, never responded to the email and failed the assignment. I had no choice but to drop out, this school ruined nursing for me and I decided to do a complete different major. Hopefully the new college I’m at will be way better. Save your money.
I love Aultman College. I started there as a CCP student. I was welcomed and fit in just like the other college students. The class sizes were perfect and the professors were amazing.
This college is way too expensive for the majority of the classes to be online. Academic advisors do not know what they are doing.
I enjoy the college but being in the last ASN program being offered, it makes it difficult when you know this is the last time certain classes are being offered and only one class offered in the semester so if you work, you have to go around their hours. Other than that I really enjoy the school and the people. I've met many new people and we are all there to help each other out.
I am proud to attend Aultman College. I am a recent transfer student and did not know what to expect upon admission. The learning environment is professional and the class work is rigorous; however, I feel like I have learned so much in the past semester than I have in the past couple of years as a student while attending another college. The learning environment is encouraging. If I am ever in need of help there is always someone willing to help whether they be a student or professor. I enjoy being a student there and I look forward to receiving my nursing degree from Aultman. I am confident that I will be well prepared to have a successful career as a registered nurse because of the values emphasized; health care and collaboration.
Received credit for all classes transfered
Portal/LMS unorganized...should all be on one page
There are support services for job prospects
Associated with a hospital, hires 30% of graduates
Small school, focused on student success
Supportive staff and students. VERY expensive
I was very disapointed that they did not except all the english and math that I had taken, so I had to retake some classes.
I do not really like on line classes, when I pay as much as I do I expect to be taught not to teach myself.