Columbia Nursing is a private college located in Glendale, Wisconsin in the Milwaukee Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 106 undergraduate students. The only major offered is Nursing.
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After attending CCON for a year, I have noticed some disadvantages and advantages of attending. Some cons include; no food on campus and a short lunchtime, tough schedules, and limited student life on campus. Some pros include; a wonderful, clean and very safe campus, small class size (less than 35, but depending on the class), automatically enrolled in classes so it will take you just two years (if full-time) and the professors are very intelligent and are always willing to help. A lot of them are currently working as a nurse so you are able to make connections through them to shadow or perhaps land a dream job. Overall, this college is a wonderful experience and I would recommend.
Columbia College of Nursing has been a great experience. The instructors are practicing nurses who have an amazing passion to educating the next set of nurses who will enter the world. I feel very lucky to be apart of the Columbia College of Nursing family.
Amazing student to professor ratio. Never felt like just a number in a classroom. Every professor had been a floor nurse and could relate to the nursing field just as though they were still practicing on the floor. It was great to have the professors have that connection so that they did not just give off the teacher vibes. They also are so knowledgeable about the fields they teach. They are always available when needed and that is a comforting feeling for students.