Provo - American Fork is a for-profit college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 41 undergraduate students. Provo - American Fork alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $20,900.
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I am only in my first semester at the Provo College school of Nursing. It has been great so far. I have attended other local universities but Provo College has so far provided the best experience. You can tell that they care about their students. You're not just another number. If you are missing class or are having other personal issues they do their best to reach out and help as much as possible. It is a more expensive program but in my opinion it is worth it. There are no prerequisites to get in and you don't have to compete quite as harshly compared to other nursing programs in Provo, UT.
I have loved every bit of attending this school. I am in a class of 30 students and it has been so awesome to get to work together with people who have goals to better the world through nursing, just as I do. I love that I have been able to build close relationships with my professions. I go to them for advise on better myself as a student and future nurse and they truly care about my success. I would definitely recommend this program to anyone who is thinking of nursing.
There wasn't an option for Provo College- Provo but that is where I'm currently attending. I have loved my experience at this school. Yes, it is a more expensive nursing school but I was previously attending Utah Valley University and Provo College helps you to get you BSN so much quicker then Utah Valley ever could have. I know that I'm getting a quality education plus there are wonderful nurses and doctors that really care about their students.