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Mayo Health Sciences is a private college located in Rochester, Minnesota. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 215 undergraduate students. Popular majors include Medical Laboratory Technician, Radiologic Technician, and Nuclear Medical Technician. Mayo Health Sciences alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $62,000.
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200 First St SW
Rochester, MN 55905
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Over the past year I have been enrolled at Mayo School of Health Sciences and I have loved every day. The classroom experience is different than any other college class I have been in. The instructors are more involved with each individual student and are willing to provide additional help outside of the classroom. The clinical experience has exceeded my expectations immensely. The program throws you right into clinicals and you start working directly with patients as well as other technologists. As nerve-wracking as it was, I am so glad it started as quickly as it did because even after a year, I feel more comfortable interacting with patients and learning how to work with other technologists. Overall, I have been so excited to be a part of the Radiography program at the school ever since day one and I cannot wait for this next year of the program.
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MSHS provides a welcoming atmosphere for its students to grow and thrive in the discipline of their choice. Administration works with students to foster a healthy environment and even offers lifestyle management advice for free into your inbox. The school partners with Rochester Community and Technical College for some of their programs so financial aid can be clumsy and confusing at first.
I had to attend the online versions of my courses and feel I would have retained much more information if I were on campus. It was very hard to communicate with the instructors and there were times where I felt I didn't know what I was expected to do.