My wife was attending Spencerian College here in Louisville back in the Spring when her and 12 other students were expelled from the program. It was near the end of the semester and they had a final exam which 13 students failed out of 30 some odd students. Well they were allowed to retake the exam but were told that they would have to make a B vs. the C that was in the contract. Well again they failed and were dropped from the roll. One of the students retained an attorney and informed the others that she was going to fight this. The attorney investigated the complaint, and sent a letter to the school stating that these students were wrongfully expelled and what they expected. So, just last month my wife and all the ones who failed were individually called and invited back to Spencerian to complete their ADN degree.
By requiring a B be made on the repeat test, the school violated their own original contract with the students. Meanwhile the school has went through a management change and is motivated in assisting the students in completing their degree in December. So, to those of you that feel mislead or out and out lied to by a nursing school
, this should serve as a reminder that you have rights when you sign a contract so make sure that both you and the school adhere to it.
Good luck to all of you who are in school!!