Brightwood College - San Diego is an above-average for-profit college located in San Diego, California. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 654 undergraduate students. The Brightwood College - San Diego acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Nursing, Health Aides and Attendants, and Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN). Graduating 68% of students, Brightwood College - San Diego alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $28,600.
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Brightwood College - San Diego Reviews
I enjoyed Brightwood. I love the fact that we're learning from either previous or current nurses on the field! Also most teachers explained information in many different ways and were able to refer situations into the field to help understand easier. I don't have much bad to say, by one thing that stood out a lot is there was time were communication was lacking with what materials were next and or other things. Over hearing some one my classmates they had a hard time getting a hold of their reps and financial aid people. I was lucky enough not to have that problem and was blessed with lovely rep and counseling. With out them and my support team I wouldn't be able to get through the program! Definitely coming back to complete and get my RN!
The first face you see is the receptionist and I enjoyed going to a place that has a happy personality to greet you. Everything is about first impression. While waiting to take a test, the ladies up front even put on some upbeat music to get us ready for the day with encouraging words. Advisors are nice and very informative.
Awesome experience! Great instructors and school. Doing my LVN program there and only have 4 more months to go!