6 Reviews on University of Texas at Arlington - College of Nursing

The nursing students of the University of Texas at Arlington graduate with the readiness to serve as healthcare leaders, innovators, and researchers. Most students are furthering their career and our courses are manageable as students customize them to fit into their busy lives.

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  1. Visit redroses17 profile page
    May 23, 2:57 pm by
    Overall: 4.5 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 5 stars
    Experience: 4 stars
    Staff: 4 stars
    Academics: 5 stars
    Costs: 5 stars
    Support: 4 stars

    Status: Student
    Program: Accelerated BSN
    Classes: Online

    My Experience

    Good experience

    About The Staff

    Very helpful

  2. Visit Thiambu profile page
    May 23, 10:52 am by
    Overall: 2.3 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 1 stars
    Experience: 1 stars
    Staff: 3 stars
    Academics: 4 stars
    Costs: 4 stars
    Support: 1 stars

    Status: Student
    Program: Master's
    Classes: Online

    My Experience

    I had a terrible experience with one class where the teacher would pick on petty issues to give a bad grade. I had to enroll into another school after 3 classes. Buyer beware 2168-NURS-5366-401-PRINC-OF-RESEARCH-IN-NURSING

    About The Staff

    They always seem overwhelmed but overall most of them are pleasant. There are few who make the school look bad.

  3. Visit alleycat77505 profile page
    May 11, 8:17 am by
    Overall: 5.0 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 5 stars
    Experience: 5 stars
    Staff: 5 stars
    Academics: 5 stars
    Costs: 5 stars
    Support: 5 stars

    Status: Student
    Program: RN-to-BSN
    Classes: Online
    Graduation: 2017
    Focus: Operating Room

    My Experience

    The academic advisors are great. They walk you through enrolling in each class. In the beginning, they taught me hoto look up the textbook requirements.
    The teachers and the course coaches are really good. They respond to emails promptly.
    Everyone really wants you to succeed.
    I have three classes left. I would recommend this program to anyone.

    About The Staff

    Some of the staff have even written the textbooks. This is the quality of staff they have.

    Things To Know

    Great program. Very glad I chose a Texas school.

  4. Anonymous
    Apr 20, 10:33 pm by Alumni
    Overall: 5.0 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 5 stars
    Experience: 5 stars
    Staff: 5 stars
    Academics: 5 stars
    Costs: 5 stars
    Support: 5 stars

    Program: BSN
    Classes: On Campus
    Graduation: 2013

    My Experience

    This is a well structured and thought-out program. It was very challenging, but also very rewarding. The expectations were set high and the school provided whatever support was needed to ensure we met those high expectations. For example, there was one person that her job was to ensure we did well on boards and find jobs. It is amazing that a nursing program offered that (back in 2013). The prestige of the nursing school is only getting better! One was definitely able to tell who the UTA nursing students were at hospitals and who belonged to "other" nursing schools.

    About The Staff

    Amazing people that pushed us to be better and better in every aspect. There was an elevated level of professionalism expected of UTA students and that began with the staff. I am a clinical instructor at another University and I try to model myself after my UTA instructors. My students and lead faculty have noticed a difference in my approach and are beginning to adopt some of these same ideas.

  5. Anonymous
    Apr 19, 3:24 pm by Student
    Overall: 3.2 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 2 stars
    Experience: 3 stars
    Staff: 2 stars
    Academics: 4 stars
    Costs: 5 stars
    Support: 3 stars

    Program: Accelerated BSN
    Classes: Online
    Graduation: 2018

    My Experience

    I found the courses challenging but manageable. The admissions process was very skewed. They make it seem like everyone will be accepted when they meet Sal of the prerequisites, however that is not the case! Only a select few are actually admitted. Everyone else is waitlisted until orientation at which point those not called off are denied.

    About The Staff

    The advising staff is terrible. It feels like talking to a diploma mill, they all sound like sales people and tell everyone they will get in if they take the prerequisite classes. They blatantly mislead students.

  6. Anonymous
    Apr 14, 5:26 pm by Student
    Overall: 5.0 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 5 stars
    Experience: 5 stars
    Staff: 5 stars
    Academics: 5 stars
    Costs: 5 stars
    Support: 5 stars

    Program: BSN
    Classes: Online
    Graduation: 2019

    My Experience

    I highly recommend UTA to anyone in Texas, their program is revolutionary and attempting to bring a stellar nursing school atmosphere to the whole state, not just those of us in the metroplex.

    About The Staff

    Professors have been quick to reply to emails and are preemptive in trying to keep our experience as smooth as possible. Certain advisors can be hit or miss, but for the most part everyone is prompt and very helpful in providing advice.


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