St. Paul's Nursing - Queens is an above-average for-profit college located in Queens, New York in the New York City Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 582 undergraduate students. The St. Paul's Nursing - Queens acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Nursing and Medical Assistant. Graduating 54% of students, St. Paul's Nursing - Queens alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $71,900.
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Compared to my community college, this school is way more expensive! I have no clue how I will be able to pay this. I mean I have some help from my parents but it'll be nice to just pay on my own. I know it'll be worth it. I tried financial aid but I didn't get squat. I work part time and that really isn't helping although I have saved up to help me get by a couple months. I have to pay like 1000 dollars every month which is a payment plan instead of paying the full price but you have books, uniform, drug screening, cpr class etc. it's insane! Not to mention I have my phone bill, gas money, etc. But like I said for this college I'm sure it'll be worth it. The students at the school look very happy and the staff too.
St Paul is great, a very small school with small classes that have no more than 30ish people. Accelerated nursing program so oure done in 18 months which is great. Professors know so much information
My program is nursing. It is very competition, challenging yet motivating. The curriculum is do-able, however, requires a lot of handwork, effort and consistent motivation. Professionalism is taught and practiced throughout the program.