St. Joseph Nursing - Rhode Island is a for-profit college located in North Providence, Rhode Island in the Providence Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 132 undergraduate students. The St. Joseph Nursing - Rhode Island acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Nursing. Graduating 25% of students, St. Joseph Nursing - Rhode Island alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $58,600.
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St. Joseph School of Nursing - Rhode Island Reviews
No Challenge Available – although the required material is covered, and covered again by different teachers there is no room for advancement past the most basic material covered in lecture. Beyond the limited scope of material presented is the limited range of professors knowledge. In my experience at other schools professors were the most valuable resource in their field, being extremely knowledgeable in all manner of study related to their focus, however the opposite is the case here. This is such a problem that its hard to get an answer for even a basic question without the professors themselves looking it up. If i wanted that type of education i would have gotten my degree online!
Dont Let Them Fool You! The only reason i attend this school is because i was roped in at an open house by promises of a hands on learning experience different from the nursing school i was already at. However, they neglect to tell you that "hands on" implies tedious repetition of simple monotonous tasks that have already been mastered. They also boast their outrageously low student to teacher ratio when in reality you only ever have one instructor available at once during clinical rotation or in the classroom. Unfortunately for me, the only thing i can say about the program in a positive light is that the material has been a breeze, despite how they may present it. On that note, if you are a fairly intelligent person who does not require a ton of attention to complete tasks and are comfortable with the routine of school i would not suggest this school. I have found the majority of teachers to be condescending and outright rude to me because i have expressed concerns at the amount of time spent on trivial material and procedure. just my experience though..
The curriculum is very hard, it's nursing school once you are out in the real world with your RN there is very little room for mistake. You need to be quick, a critical thinker, and know your stuff. Study, study with very little time for fun right now. The professors know there stuff and if they don't they will get back to you with the correct answer. Classes are the same for everyone, registration is for the supplemental classes that we take at either CCRI or RIC. WE get to register first so we have first pick of what we need, the only problem is when you are a freshmen level first semester you're limited.