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There is a mix of ages, races & socioeconomic backgrounds. Some work & have families. Students become close with students in their class because they spend 6 to 18 mos. with these same people 3-4 days a week. However, the ultimate goal for everyone is to graduate & get licensed.
Network Is Amazing – They have plenty of lab tops for the student use for school purposes. They allow you to print, search, and have a student chat to comunicate with the teachers and students.
This school is a joke. They do not protect their students against bullying and their LVN Director is terrible as well as inappropriate. HIPPA violations were committed by the director as well as violations of the school code. The building itself is dull and and very small, the toilets never work properly and their is never an available restroom due to overcrowding. All medical equipment that was purchased for students was of low quality. several instructs here resort to insulting students in a public environment as that is what the director allows.