St. Elizabeth School is a private, Catholic college located in Lafayette, Indiana. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 118 undergraduate students. The St. Elizabeth School acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Nursing. Graduating 22% of students, St. Elizabeth School alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $47,400.
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St. Elizabeth School of Nursing Reviews
I love St. Elizabeth. The staff is amazing, helpful, and determined to watch you succeed. The professors help and answer emails quickly and make sure you are understanding everything you should be. Overall I've had an amazing experience so far!
I enjoy the school as this is my second degree. I appreciate the transition program that they offer for dual degrees. I am old school and would like to see a better balance of hands-on and lecture as the school focuses more on just the hands-on (games, activities, etc).
They change a lot of requirements and guidelines and is way too expensive. When a student thinks they're almost done, a new requirement comes up and they either have to pay more money or push back graduation time. All of the expenses on top of tuition is ridiculous and the building is full of cockroaches in basement, very sad.