Chamberlain College of Nursing - Atlanta Reviews
I love chamberlain college of nursing in Atlanta, If you are interested in nursing and passing the NCLEX the first time then this college is for you. This institution is different then other schools as everyone is willing to help you at every step of the way to succeed. While most nursing colleges are extremely competitive this one creates a safe environment that focuses on your growth as a student to create better nurses.
Very knowledgeable and helpful staff. The professors are so eager to help you succeed. The campus is very clean and so easy to maneuver through. Everything you need for success is all in one building.
Not very organized, and the building is not in the best condition. There is not a cafeteria to eat, only snack machines.
My experience at Chamberlain College of Nursing has been great thus far. I completed an online request for a callback and received that call within 2 hours. I have now received my acceptance letter. Very kind and proficient admissions advisors.
The attention and resources that are provided to the students sets them up for success. The simulation lab is one of the best I have ever seen and is well coordinated.
Great school. Accelerated program that wants students to do well. Great resources. Big sense of community.
I love the fact that all faculty and staff are interested in your wellbeing and want you to succeed and becoming a nurse. Most colleges are very difficult to get accepted into or have a waiting list, but at Chamberlain, you have a chance.
I am truly enjoying my experience here at Chamberlin. I feel I am getting the best experience and training I would definitely recommend this school to anyone who wants a true nursing experience.
I truly feel like the staff and professors care about your education and want you to be there. There are so many services they offer to assist you in any way they can.
Online courses are helpful, you do not have to travel. Self starting & discipline is a must in order to be successful.
Career services helps with job placement & helps make the process smooth.
The class sizes are smaller which helps with understanding the material & the program isn't as long s others.
Stressful & does require a lot of time & discipline but there are many tools & help in order to help you succeed along the way.
The program is not long
Transferring credits helped so much! I recommend taking classes at a community college and then transferring them in that way it can help save money in the long run
Online courses are great. They are offered for general studies which help especially if you don't live close.
Chamberlain helps set you up with a hospital and nurse for your preceptorship which can help you get hired there