West Coast - Dallas is a for-profit university located in Dallas, Texas. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 446 undergraduate students. The West Coast - Dallas acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Nursing. West Coast - Dallas alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $76,400.
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Very expensive. They have high end equipment everything is update in the nursing program. It is a private institution so tuition is expensive, in my opinion too expensive! However it is fast paste and you learn a lot. WCU is ranked #38 in the nation. WCU nursing program operates on a 10 wk schedule 10 credit classes. Be prepared to work hard and study harder.
I've liked literally all of my professors except one. Although it is expensive, the facility is clean, updated frequently, and has the necessary equipment to learn your nursing skills. I removed one star because of their facility to accept new professors as well as students. There should be a stricter protocol for who is accepted into the school. All in all, I feel that I am being well prepared to be a nurse and will strive even better than I would have at any other school. This school makes sure you are prepared to pass the NCLEX and help you find employment after graduation, whereas other schools do not care what happens to you once you graduate. This is why this school has the highest NCLEX success rate.
My name is Deborah and I am a mother of a five-month-old baby girl. Ive always wanted to be a nurse but things always happen. so, one day I was at home llooking through schools and there it was WCU so I decided to check them out and unfortnately my phone was messed up, but they were able to reach me on my fiance cell phone and I love my advisor, she's all about helping and carrying for her student and it really motivated me to push through the Teas test and see from there.