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 $74,600.
West Coast University - Ontario Rankings
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West Coast University - Ontario Reviews
I have enjoyed how helpful the entire faculty is. Whatever questions I have had, they are always there to make sure everything is taken care of. I also really appreciate how many resources they have to offer. They make all programs very available. Lastly, everyone responds to emails is a timely fashion. It is very easy to get a hold of anyone you are looking for. I would say the biggest thing this school has to offer is availability and a focus on the students. They make sure you are taken care of and want to see you succeed.
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.
I will be starting West Coast University very soon, so far I have interacted with staff members who are extremely helpful. They are willing to listen to what you have to say and always allow you to ask any questions you may have. They give many opportunities to discuss anything with them that you may not understand and do their best to communicate and explain things to their knowledge.