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- of students say they don't have Greek life.5 responses
- of students say no one pays attention to varsity sports.6 responses
After SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
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SUNY Downstate Medical Center Reviews
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My college is by far one of the best college's I have attended. The professor are extremely knowledgeable and are always willing to help you. I would recommend SUNY Downstate to anyone who is considering the medical field. Everyone on campus are extremely nice and always willing to help you. I wish I had found this school a little sooner then my junior year. My program only have 25 people in our class so, everyone is close to each other. We are a little family. I graduate in a year and a half; I can not wait to graduate but it is going to be hard to leave this amazing college.
suny downstate is a wonderful school and relatively affordable, being that it is a State University. the professors are approachable and the work is manageable. It would be very helpful if they shortened the RN-BSN program since I had the whole summer off (May-August) which was a waste of time and would have made it easier to get a job had I been able to graduate sooner. Thank you
As in any school, some professors leave a lot to be desired. On the other hand, some professors will go out of their way to help with the smallest of things. It is a small cohort, so building relationships with professors is fairly easy. Professors do a good job sticking to their office hours or making students aware of changes. Clinical placement has proven to be disorganized and frustrating throughout the entirety of the program. Registration is pretty simple since the curriculum is so structured, so getting into classes is no trouble. The office of the bursar is very friendly and acceptable for any financial matters.