St. Joseph's Nursing is a private, Catholic college located in Syracuse, New York. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 244 undergraduate students. The St. Joseph's Nursing acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Nursing. Graduating 100% of students, St. Joseph's Nursing alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $53,800.
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It has had a few technical issues, but I personally prefer online learning for course theory. The facility is trying their best during this current pandemic. I do prefer online learning, but clinical is still in person as allowed per hospital policy.
SJHCON is an exceptional school with exceptional people working there. The difficult 1 or 2 instructors are exceptions to that rule. In short, almost all of the instructors there are incredibly helpful and invested in their students' success. I have, on rare occasions, had a difficult interaction or experience with 1 instructor in 10, but nothing that we could not work thru. Also, the school's administration have their heads squarely attached to their shoulders. Mrs. Markowitz, Dr. Quigley, and Mrs. Sheldon are all terrific administrators that set a great standard of practice and tone for everyone else in the school. Dr. Quigley did graduate work on the topic of men in nursing, and this makes male students much more comfortable entering into this "woman's profession". This is a great school for students serious about being well equipped for success in the nursing profession. If you want an easy ride or are unsure what you want to do with your life, then maybe go somewhere else first.
Teachers are very professional. As with any nursing school it is a challenging curriculum. I would like to see a little better correlation between course theory and clinical.