- 4 Year
- PORTLAND, OR
- Academicsgrade B minus
- Valuegrade A
- Diversitygrade B
- Campusgrade C+
- Athleticsgrade unavailable
- Party Scenegrade unavailable
- Professorsgrade D minus
- Locationgrade B+
- Dormsgrade unavailable
- Campus Foodgrade unavailable
- Student Lifegrade B
- Safetygrade B
Sumner College is committed to providing excellent care to patients in the community through the development of exceptional health care professionals. Graduates of Sumner College are prepared to engage in best practices through critical thinking, interdisciplinary collaboration, and strong community partnerships. We invite you to explore our college, our culture, our campuses, and our programs.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN NURSING
RN TO BSN PROGRAM - 100% Online
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- Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)185 Graduates
- Nursing70 Graduates
- Medical Assistant26 Graduates
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Sumner College has been providing a strong educational foundation for those committed to truly making a difference for over 48 years. Located in Portland, Oregon, we are a private college uncompromisingly dedicated to providing, high quality, career focused education to support those who are committed to achieving their professional career goals.
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Sumner College Reviews
Term schedule was released days prior to the term began. Emails for supply pick up were sent out last minute, with the dates set for working hours on weekdays. They act like its required but actually are lax about it. They poorly communicate on everything from parking spots to holiday breaks.
They require AHA BLS/CPR in person certification and a drug test during your first term- including cannabis.
The teachers are a very mixed bag but most are not very good at teaching. The course material is mostly through Canvas and online eBooks. Most teachers give exams every other week and quizzes each class.
The school separates most classes by day- ex: NUR205 on Weds, PHA201 on Fri. and occasionally with two in one day if they are shorter classes. Students have no control over their schedule at all.