2 Reviews on Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions (CNHP)

Led by the mission of its early founders, Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions has always been committed to providing a challenging curriculum and best practice models through its research, patient-centered approach, and real world situations.

School Reviews (sorted by Last Review)

  1. Anonymous
    Apr 18, 2:16 pm by Student
    Overall: 4.8 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 5 stars
    Experience: 5 stars
    Staff: 4 stars
    Academics: 5 stars
    Costs: 5 stars
    Support: 5 stars

    Program: BSN
    Classes: Online
    Graduation: 2017

    My Experience

    I am enrolled in the online RN-BSN completion program and will be finished in June. I have been accepted into their AGPCNP program and will start in the fall. My experience here was fantastic. Supportive staff, current classes. Faster paced than most with 10 week quarters, but I have become used to this an prefer it. Only slight issue was with graduate admissions advisor; did not seem to know what they were doing. My academic advisor was wonderful and guided me through. Professor are very enthusiastic and easy to contact, many provide their own cell numbers. Drexel was my first choice for a graduate program because of their reputation and my experience. Looking forward to my next journey with them.

    About The Staff

    Easy to contact, enthusiastic about teaching. Curriculum is clearly defined. Very upfront about what they expect and why, and how grades are calculated.

  2. Anonymous
    Apr 14, 10:24 am by Student
    Overall: 3.7 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 4 stars
    Experience: 4 stars
    Staff: 4 stars
    Academics: 4 stars
    Costs: 2 stars
    Support: 4 stars

    Program: Accelerated BSN
    Classes: On Campus

    My Experience

    Very fast paced program. Lack of communication with students was an issue at times, especially with changes to the program. Excellent resources for students to get extra help between tutoring, the skills/resource center, etc. Clinical placements are a toss up- you get what you get (in terms of time and location). Students get placed at a wide variety of clinical sites and sites can be over an hour away from the city, although most seemed to be in the city or immediate vicinity.

    About The Staff

    Most of the professors are excellent- a couple could have been better. Most professors seemed to really care about the students. I was comfortable sharing concerns or seeking help from most staff members. I was very happy with my clinical instructors, however I did hear stories from other students about a couple of CIs that I felt should have been reported to the school.