Chamberlain college of nursing - page 4

Hey guys! I just recently looked into Chamberlain as an option for me to obtain my BSN. Does anyone recommend that school?! I'm open for pros and cons but I'd prefer hearing from someone in the... Read More

  1. by   Rayrayhaas
    Quote from akilah530

    Yes u can take all pre reqs with Chamberlain, but its much less expensive at a cc.
    Thank you for your reply! Very helpful!
  2. by   luvnlfe,LMT
    My GPA as of acceptance is 3.5
    Science preregs: 4.0
    Other prereq:?
    I scored 97% on the Hesi A2
    Have an AA degree from 15 years ago, City college in California
    Also updated my science classes at Truman College in Chicago.

    Accepted for Spring 2013 @ Chicago Chamberlain campus

    Hope this helps
  3. by   Rayrayhaas
    Quote from luvnlfe,LMT
    My GPA as of acceptance is 3.5
    Science preregs: 4.0
    Other prereq:?
    I scored 97% on the Hesi A2
    Have an AA degree from 15 years ago, City college in California
    Also updated my science classes at Truman College in Chicago.

    Accepted for Spring 2013 @ Chicago Chamberlain campus

    Hope this helps
    Yes it did thank you! I am currently applying to the Houston location
  4. by   Rayrayhaas
    Does anyone know how to send official HESI A2 test scores to other schools?
  5. by   SBSN
    hey rayray, did you apply? were you accepted? what were your stats?
  6. by   dreamymevines
    Hi do any of you go to Chamberlain, and if so can we get an update status. U am very interested in the school so far.
  7. by   luvnlfe,LMT
    Quote from dreamymevines
    Hi do any of you go to Chamberlain, and if so can we get an update status. U am very interested in the school so far.
    I have been attending Chamberlain since Jan 2013, I am starting all nursing courses this fall and clinicals in nov. What did you want to know?
  8. by   Texas02
    Quote from leenak
    Actually, they wouldn't. They would only transfer to schools in the same accreditation, which means for-profit institutions. So for anybody that wants to continue on later with their education, I'd be concerned about going to chamberlain.Chamberlain has been advertising quite a bit in my area but I'd rather stick to schools that aren't for-profit schools.

    I know this is a really old post but I wanted to say/ask where this misinformation was given from? Or is it just an assumption? Either way, I asked and the credits will transfer over for those who want to get a masters degree. If someone stumbled onto this thread like I did through Google, look into it a little more for yourself. I've seen another form where TWU DID say they would accept a BSN from chamberlain to get a masters from them and when I went to Chamberlains open house on Jan 21, 2014, I was told by the head of the department it would transfer over to a state school to get a masters. They have the same accreditation all the state schools do. I always hear such great things about this school from people who've actually gone there and a lot of cr@p talking from people who haven't done their homework on it and just assume because it's "for profit" its a bad school, and have never attended. Do your homework on any school before listening to others who never attended. I'm just saying.
  9. by   futurenurse0421
    Hello I am new to the site wanted to know if anyone is currently attending chamberlain addison or chicago il locations if so how is it going....
  10. by   rhnurse3
    Does Chamberlain require group projects
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  12. by   NHA2BSN
    rhnurse3: There are some classes that do require group projects. A couple that I can think of off the top of my head are maternity, community health, evidenced based practice, and health information. There are others, but those are the ones that come to mind right away.
  13. by   JacAn001
    Quote from ikegrad2002
    I was just accepted into Chamberlain and you do not have to take the ACT if you take Hesi. I only took my Hesi exam and they used those scores and only those. I scored 90% overall and applied with a 3.5 GPA. Good Luck to everyone applying : )
    ikegrad2002, I notice that you are at the Houston campus which is where I am interested in applying.

    Would you mind if I message to with a few questions?

    Thanks

    Angela

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