Brookline College - Phoenix Reviews
Horrible college. Don't go there.. instructors are ridiculous. Way to expensive and not professional at all.. sad when instructors leave because of how the school is ran. Been through so many Deans. Tells you somw thing.. all about money and not academics.
I just started my first semester at Brookline College and so far it is amazing. I really love how the teachers are interactive with their students and really want to help the students succeed. The school is small and cozy.
Tuition costs are a tad excessive, but doable. Fortunately, the staff is incredibly helpful in tackling admissions problems quickly and effectively.
As a current nursing student at Brookline College, the experience is better than I have expected. I have met some excellent Teachers who give their all and are focus on us students, and our ability to learn and obtain the information that we need. Some are willing to push us to do our best and be our best. Although the work load may be gruesome, the encouragements from the staff members make it all worthwhile. Brookline provided us with the best counselor for student like me who have test anxiety to help train and teach us about the way to overcome them.
It's a very friendly place. You feel welcomed the minuet you walk onto the campus. Everyone is always making sure you understand your classes and always giving positive advice. I'm glad I chose this Brookline College - Tempe School to come to.
Brookline College is an awesome college to attend. As a current student I like the way all professors help their student in every way they can.
In my program we learn a bit of everything from phlebotomy to wound care. The externship sites are amazing and there are varieties of sites.
What make my school different from the rest is that every teacher I have engage the students. I would choose this school all over again because of the classes and the amount I've learned, the staff and the students.
Credits are nontransferable to a traditional college, since the program I'm in is a 9 month program. From my experience I haven't had any hassles or frustrations. Also, the classes aren't that flexible there's only am classes from 8-12 and pm classes from 6-10.
After graduation there are a lot of opportunities that career service can help out. In my case I will keep studying.
The class sizes are small which make it easier for the students and professor. The class style is half day we do lectures, presentations and tests, and for the other half we are in lab.
My overall experience is awesome. My classmates and other students are nice and friendly. The employees recruiting is fast, someone leaves they fill in the spot quickly. Career service is amazing they really care about every individual.
The academic experience is the best. In my program, we learn a little bit of everything, from phlebotomy to wound care. We are able to get our certificate as a phlebotomist tech, ECG/EKG tech, and patient care tech. I haven't personally gone to externship yet but the sites we have area awesome and help us get that real experience. We are able to get hired on externship sites if they offer you the job. We also have the career services department at school and help us with resumes and to find a job.
My experience at Brookline so far has been very good! The professors are all supportive and want to see you succeed. They are willing to help you anytime that you need it so that you fully understand the material. I am glad that I chose Brookline College to begin my dream of becoming a nurse. If i could change one thing, it would be that we got our class schedules a little sooner than the week before the semester.
Verything encluding homework and all is easy to complete. Even though it is alot of remembering many type of new words that would be use later on in the career.
The experience is great. I love how teachers help you right away , always take there time to see what you need extra help in. At many other schools not all the teachers take there time to help all there student, but with .my teacher shes the most helpful.
I didn't take any online courses
The career services office helps all the students get placed in a job either with their extern site or other places
I loved the class sizes and the instructors were very nice and helpful
I personally haven't gone on extern yet but I hear they have some great sites to go to and the things they teach you are very valuable and applicable to daily life