Bryant & Stratton College - Solon
- 4 Year
- SOLON, OH
Bryant & Stratton College - Solon Reviews
Rating 3.8 out of 5 128 reviews
It was a fairly good experience academically. They made it easy to balance classes with baseball. The school is very small. It is only part of one building so all classes tend to be in same rooms.
I have had a great experience with the school in making my nursing dreams come true! Easy enrollment and communicative staff makes it easy to reach your goals in life.
The OTA program kicked me out for inquiring about a teacher using class time to get her CEU. I was also deemed unprofessional when I brought up concerns about the OTA program diminishing in value due to new teachers every semester. One new teacher specifically was anal and insisted on getting me kicked out. It's sad when I had all As but teachers and Dean's want to take someone career. I had one semester left and now I can't transfer any of those credits. I'm a stem teacher now making 30 an hour without an degree but honestly this school really changed the whole trajectory of my life.
It’s very expensive. It’s my only real college experience but you teach yourself. Deadlines with financial aid for new semesters are a disorganized mess. I’m in the nursing program. They are very strict. Heartless. If you are late to clinical you get kicked out of the program period. No mercy. Even if life happens. That doesn’t sit well with me. Especially being a nurse already and working in this field. LIFE HAPPENS. WORK PLACE UNDERSTANDS. If you run a few minutes late it is OKAY. If you call and explain and you’re on your way there shouldn’t be an issue. There is no magical way of things always going as planned. In a perfect world. Not understanding at all. Leave 7 hours early or just sleep there the night before and you shouldn’t have any issues. Say goodbye to your whole life. Oh also, most of the test questions— the correct answer? WRONG! Eye roll x1,000. Just keep scrolling—looking at going to nursing school? NEXT! You’re welcome.
Staff is great and they really care about your success ! I love that they have small class sizes and everyone is able to relate to that. Overall great school other than the price.
I loved the small classroom sized so the teacher actually knew who you were. I campus was small so there was no getting lost. Everyone knew everyone. Overall great campus!
The school holds everys for every season and differnt times throughout the year. They also hold cook offs and charitable events.
Class sizes are usually not too big. The larger classes is usually an English or Math class. The smaller classes I love because there are enough people to have conversations on the topic discussed, work in pairs or small groups but not feel like your voice isnt heard.
Everything is what I expected. Professors who are there to help uou when you ask for it and encouraging.
They sent me emails of possible jobs to apply for and would send my resume to company's.
I have been going to school here part time since May 2010. Received my Associates in Accounting in December 2012. When I started, it was easy to transfer credit, they male you feel welcome, are extremely helpful when asking for help and encourage you.
A little higher then some but not the most expensive
I do not like online school. I like to be in a classroom setting
Generally speaking, I do not do well with the online courses, I am better suited for on campus classes. When I did take them however, the professors were good.
There were limited internships for my associate program, and even now I do not see many varied job postings from the career services dept.
Prior to this I handled all of my financial aid myself, so sometimes when my loans, etc are being explained to me it doesn't make any sense. I think the tuition here is way too high, esp. with the issue with transfer of credits to the school and from the school to other schools.
There are many types of people here, from all ethnicities, financial walks of life, age.