Sentara Health is a private college located in Chesapeake, Virginia in the Norfolk Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 244 undergraduate students. Popular majors include Nursing, Cardiovascular Technician, and Surgical Technologist. Graduating 78% of students, Sentara Health alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $50,800.
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Sentara College of Health Sciences Reviews
The layout of the online website seems to change every semester, and it's confusing every semester. Somethings get better but you have to relearn it every semester. I feel like there could be a better way
Teachers want you to succeed, they are willing to listen. A good program overall. Dislike no dorms and/or no help for living off campus
Just started school, actually in my first week and so far I can overall say that my experience has been amazing. Being out of school for over 13 years, graduating a vocational school previously, and pretty scared not knowing if I would be able to get back into school. I have found that all of my instructors are truly and genuinely their to help you learn and to succeed then go off into your career. I am more excited and not nervous anymore to get into the hands on skills labs and then into the hospital for some real life experience.