Chamberlain Nursing - Arlington is a for-profit college located in Arlington, Virginia in the Washington, D.C. Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 156 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the Chamberlain Nursing - Arlington acceptance rate is 33%. The only major offered is Nursing. Graduating 50% of students, Chamberlain Nursing - Arlington alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $67,100.
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Chamberlain College of Nursing - Virginia Reviews
Chamberlain is a good college and the good thing is that you can finished your degree in a 3-year period. Although it is hard sometimes to deal with school work as this is an accelerated program, if you dedicate the time needed for each class you can learn a lot. Clinical instructors are very good in teaching students what needs to be done and I like that they are strict about patient care and documentation as this is preparing students to be ready to become nurses. The tuition is very expensive and there are things they need to change or improve. For example, they have to provide more supplies for students to practice in the labs, and have new equipment that we can use to practice such as bed monitors, ventilators and others. Overall, this is a good college, location is great and professors are great.
What I like most about Chamberlain college of nursing Is that they offer each student plenty of resources. In addition, they overly prepare you for the NCLEX!
As of right now my experience has be OK at Chamberlain College of Nursing. The academic side of things is pretty awesome, and I have nothing bad to say about it, however the student services side of things needs a bit of work. It is very hard to get to talk to any of the the staff regarding your account if you had questions or trying to get your schedule changed. They also don't the staff capacity needed to run a college campus, I personally believe Chamberlain needs to hire more people to be available for the students to come to in their times of need. They problems alone have forced me to rethink my choice to go to Chamberlain College of Nursing.