- Lincoln, NE
- 4 Year
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.11 responses
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Bryan College of Health Sciences Reviews
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Bryan is a great school to attend! I am in the Biomedical Sciences program, and I absolutely love it. It is a smaller school, which gives you the opportunity to get to know your professors on a more personal level. There is never a day when I walk in to school and a faculty member doesn't greet me by name. It is a great college to go to with more to offer than just a great education. It offers you a home away from home that helps to shape you in to an honorable student and a admirable person.
I have learned so much already at this school. It's awesome because the school is directly affiliated with Bryan Health Hospital. All of the employees at Bryan Health are familiar with the college, and I have had all good experiences with the staff. The instructors at Bryan are even better. There have been days where I have needed to speak with an instructor just to keep myself sane. They are all so encouraging and welcoming.
The coursework is tough and demanding, but that is expected with any degree. The professors are incredible. They truly want to see you succeed and are there to answer any questions about anything. Some professors even talk about their families in class, which makes them all the more personable.