Hondros is an above-average for-profit college located in Blendon Township, Ohio in the Columbus Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 971 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the Hondros acceptance rate is 52%. Popular majors include Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN) and Nursing. Hondros graduates 39% of its students.
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Hondros College Reviews
Absolutely the best private nursing school around! I’ve been to a couple of private schools, and nothing else compares. The facility are amazing and really care about their students. It is expensive, but it is competitive to other private nursing schools in the area. I like the PN-RN program. They require LPN before you can take the RN program. So you can work as a nurse while you finish your RN. Or you can choose to be LPN with IV certification after only a year of schooling.
I believe that if you want a good nursing program with the ability to still work Hondros is the school for you. The nursing instructors are experienced and convey their knowledge to the students well. Their is a lot of support for the students. They have free peer tutoring, instructors are open to meeting with you to go over subjects. They have open lab so you can practice your competencies. We also have a staff member dedicated entirely for student support. I am glad I chose Hondros.
Hondros is very strict and very professional. Everything is very clear and to the point. You know exactly what is expected and what is going to happen. The staff is very friendly and very helpful. Be prepared for a lot of out of class work and self teaching. We have asked if the campus would consider putting in a cafeteria so we don't have to leave campus for food. The campus promotes healthy eating, but contradicts it self by having vending machines that offers otherwise unhealthy options.