Roseman is a private university located in Henderson, Nevada in the Las Vegas Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 505 undergraduate students. The only major offered is Nursing. Roseman alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $70,600.
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For an honest review of Roseman, please read. I chose to go to this school over another school I was accepted to, and I feel as if I made a big mistake in doing so. The tuition is extremely high for what students are given. The school does not supply students with enough supplies or lab time to feel adequately prepared for clinical rotations.
The University of Roseman offers a fast-paced nursing school experience for those of you who are willing to give everything you have for the next 16-months to complete nursing school. The staff and faculty are wonderful to work with, and the content covered is always intriguing.
The only Greek organization is the pharmacy fraternity. I wish there were more Greek organizations or at least one for each program -- nursing fraternity, medical fraternity, and dental fraternity.