Fortis - Indianapolis is a for-profit college located in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 334 undergraduate students. The Fortis - Indianapolis acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Nursing, Medical Assistant, and HVAC and Refrigeration Engineering Technician. Graduating 56% of students, Fortis - Indianapolis alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $19,800.
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I have been enrolled in Fortis College since January 2018. I love everything about the school so far. The nursing program is hybrid so it leaves me a lot of cushion to tend to my mommy duties. I also love the class sizes. The location is relatively close to my home as well. I would definitely recommend Fortis to anyone looking to go to nursing school.
Fortis is setting students up for failure. The excessive work load for each class a week is beyond pathetic. Only a few teachers actually care to teach and treat students with respect. I will think twice before enrolling. 9 months sounds good,and sometimes too good can be fatal.
In lab, we have actual hospital room settings and equipment with the dummies. We are able to practice on different skills , like, starting IV's drawing blood, giving injections, etc. We also have a SIMS lab where there is Robot that is almost life like. He can talk. We do scenerios with the robot. The scenerios include patients who are dehydrated and were sent to the hosptial, heart attacks etc. In these scenerios we would have to use critical thinking to get the robot well and ready for release. These labs are overall the best part because instead of listening to a lecture we are doing hands on things.