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Chamberlain College of Nursing - Atlanta Reviews
Chamberlain Atlanta does have really good resources and some of the teachers truly care about your success. However, some of the staff is very confrontational, rude, and disrespectful. A lot of them act as though they are better than you and treat you like a child. It's almost worse than high school. Ask too many questions? A teacher reported a classmate of mine for "constantly challenging her" and verbal abuse (even though she was never "verbally abusive"). The only truly good parts about this school are the tutor resources through CAS and the fact that theirs no waiting list to get in. They are constantly unorganized and the staff never communicate with each other so they never have a clue what's going on.
My academic experience has been great. I have learned things that I have never thought I would know about healthcare and how to take care of patients and their families. The workload is nothing because I came to school expecting nursing to be difficult and I am happy it isn't easy. As a nurse, you have people's lives in your hands and that is a big responsibility. There are a few facility that I admire at Chamberlain because they are passionate about what they teach. The curriculum is broken down by skill and the further you go into the program, the more you learn. Chamberlain offers you help with job opportunities and internships. They also help with resumes and different tips on how to present yourself in an interview.
Chamberlain College of Nursing has been a challenge just like any other nursing school. If you don't read ahead and stay above the water, you will drown. The expenses are very mind troubling because one credit is about $625 so therefore, one class could be anywhere between $2100-3500. I would tell anyone to save up any funds you have and enter into a lot of scholarships. Overall, I am enjoying my education and I really believe Chamberlain is a good school but they need to work on communication with students.