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Chamberlain Nursing - Houston is a for-profit college located in Houston, Texas. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 231 undergraduate students. Admissions is somewhat competitive as the Chamberlain Nursing - Houston acceptance rate is 67%. The only major offered is Nursing. Chamberlain Nursing - Houston alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $63,800.
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11025 Equity Drive
Houston, TX 77041
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$19,673/ year
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  • $49-75k
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I like Chamberlain College of Nursing - Houston because the campus is close to home. Most of their classes do not start until 9 am which work well for me since I have to drop my daughter off at her school in the morning. They do not have classes on Friday, so if I ever need to get a part-time job I can take advantage of the free weekend. What I do not like about this school is their tuition fee which is unbelievable expensive. Every now and then we would happen to have a terrible professor who is even more confused than we are. Some of our exams are written by our professors and they can be even more tricky than national exams, which is what I do not like. I hate the essay questions on non-nursing course exams. Those questions usually require a little bit of research, however we are not allowed to use any reference resource including our own notes.
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It is more of an intimate setting with the smaller classes. It is accelerated program so you have to hit the ground ready to run. Since it is accelerated, the pros are finishing sooner and the con's would be, it is very expensive! I like how they have tutors for free and a success center. Most of the staff are or have been nurses, so some have been through school trying to raise a family and pay for school and bills. Feels a little better when you're not alone.
The cost is probably the greatest drawback of this college. Some of the professors have expressed that they were uncertain as to why they teaching a particular class when they have a college degree in another field. Power Points are available and the study groups are helpful. Staff is friendly and helpful. LOTS of issues with receiving timely GI BILL reimbursement payments though - by lots, I mean, every month with the exception of one so far out of the 9 months in. This poses to be a significant hinderance to those who depend on that money.