Jefferson Regional Nursing is a private college located in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 61 undergraduate students. The only major offered is Nursing.
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Jefferson Regional Medical Center School of Nursing Reviews
I love the smaller feel this school has vs a larger university where most remain strangers. The instructors are kind and welcoming. The head director truly cares about the students and wants to see us succeed. She visits the classrooms often and her office is always open. I also like the fast track option even though it requires a fuller schedule!
Financial aid is complicated due to the year round structure. The instructors can be a bit over involved, and gossipy. There are alot of "surprises" that should be disclosed at the beginning of the program as some are quite costly.