St. Luke's is a private, non-denominational college located in Sioux City, Iowa. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 119 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the St. Luke's acceptance rate is 50%. Popular majors include Nursing, Radiologic Technician, and Phlebotomy Technician. Graduating 100% of students, St. Luke's alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $39,300.
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I love the environment there. The professors are very understanding and know how much you want this education. They work with you and your time. I think that even though I was a student athlete, I got treated the same and I still did pretty well with all of my classes.
There is not a campus for this college. Most students live at home, an apartment, or in a house with other students. The campus activities are lacking because this college focuses on striving to be the best healthcare provider you can be. The library is small, but very cozy and quiet, and there are comfy places to hang out between classes.
Wants to Be Technology Campus Without the Technology – The college does not provide a computer lab, printers, or great access to these resources. Our library is about 1/2 a mile away with only 6 computers and 3 printers for a little over 200 students. The library hours are not very convenient for the students. The teachers and faculty have computers, laptops, and most private printers. They also would like you to print off most of their notes for class or bring your own laptop but do not provide help to pay for laptops. They do have wireless access and it works well with easy access. Not many students are happy with these arrangements.