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4743 Richmond Rd
Cleveland, OH 44128
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In the nursing program, the workload is and should be heavier than most other programs and it is. The teachers are good about supporting the students in and outside of the classroom to help us succeed. The curriculum is great, we get a full quarter of lab time before we start clinicals!
Online and in class courses are offered. Professors are very knowledgeable and experienced, going outside of the book to relate to real world situations. Class sizes are small and professors know students individually. Many courses are offered but if they do not provide a class are the campus you attend, then you can attend a class via skype.
I just finished my prerequisites for the BSN program but it has been so neat to be in classes with people that have similar interests and goals. South University in the Cleveland area has smaller classes which have worked out to my advantage. Smaller classes to me means more quality time with my professors and the ability to ask more questions. Working with smaller groups has allowed my fellow students to get to know each other and feel more comfortable in class. The workload does not change because of the size of the class and it definitely has been very challenging. There are many hours that need to be dedicated to studies and I work fulltime as a LPN, but that doesn't stop me from working hard.