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Tuition is reasonable for a private school, not much higher than the local community college. The school is small, so the attentiveness of the staff is fantastic. The financial aid person is always available, even when you just stop by. They are helpful and friendly.
Samaritan offers an RN, and LPN associate program. they specialize in this area therefore offer a high quality education
Better Access to Experiential Learning – I have better access to the hospital and hospital staff to further my learning than I would at a regular college.