West Coast - Ontario is a for-profit university located in Ontario, California in the Los Angeles Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,179 undergraduate students. The West Coast - Ontario acceptance rate is 93%. The only major offered is Nursing. Graduating 38% of students, West Coast - Ontario alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $76,400.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.20 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.18 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.18 responses
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West Coast University - Ontario Reviews
Great professors, top notch simulation center to practice nursing skills and care, and faculty devoted to hearing from students. Curriculum is good, rules are fair. They’ve added clinical partners for us to work at. They are military friendly. I’m still in the reserves and they have worked with my schedule. I’ve had some issues with the student/career services not having accurate info on available scholarships, work study programs, and programs outside the school, but I understand there are many hospitals and lots of people to keep up with in those networks. The school is insanely expensive. There’s a room to eat but only has vending machines. It’s a career college, so don’t expect a lot of student involvement. The campus is nice overall. There are no athletics.
It's fast-paced. They have many ways to help study & promote time management through workshops and courses (FYS). Most teachers are friendly & will reply to e-mails & questions about the course or assignments or any other issues. There is a lot work to be done with each class, on-ground and online. The campus is located near an international airport, so there are many place to eat and shop at nearby. It's located off a busy interstate. Wish they sold coffee or fresh food, not cafeteria food, on campus.
Great school, a little pricey but worth the accelerated program. The general ed classes are go by quickly and help prepare for the Core nursing classes. I am currently in the fundamentals portion of the program where we begin rotations and clinicals. It is difficult but very helpful in preparing for the field. There have been great professors and very few poor professors. The environment provided makes it easy to create relationships and trust with the faculty as well as your peers. I have made many friends and helps with studying for study group purposes.