4 Reviews on Regis College - School of Nursing

Just 12 miles from Boston and the home of the Red Sox, Regis College, a leading Catholic university, offers all of the benefits of being part of an ultimate college town. We provide programs for those wanting to start a career in nursing as well as for current nurses seeking to advance their careers.

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  1. Visit Kaligirl02 profile page
    Sep 4, 8:13 am by
    Overall: 4.5 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 5 stars
    Experience: 4 stars
    Staff: 4 stars
    Academics: 5 stars
    Costs: 4 stars
    Support: 5 stars

    Status: Student
    Program: MSN
    Classes: Online
    Graduation: 2019
    Focus: Advanced Practice

    My Experience

    I am in my 3rd semester of my MSN program and have no complaints thus far. I feel that some courses are fluff, but that's comparable to all schools. Now that I am in the thick of the important courses, I feel that this college does not want to just let anyone become an NP, and that they expect you to know your stuff. This isn't a degree mill program, which I what I'm happy about.

    About The Staff

    The onboarding staff was very helpful, professors actually call you sporadically throughout the course to check on you and give you personal feedback, that are always available via skype as well. I originally didn't get a good vibe from the financial aid department, but I believe they hired someone new and she is really nice and has better communication skills than the gentleman.

    Things To Know

    I think this school should be a standup contender for any PCP nurse practitioner program. You will have to find your own sites, but other than that I like it.

  2. Anonymous
    May 26, 4:08 pm by
    Overall: 5.0 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 5 stars
    Experience: 5 stars
    Staff: 5 stars
    Academics: 5 stars
    Costs: 5 stars
    Support: 5 stars

    Program: Entry-Level Master's
    Classes: On Campus
    Graduation: 2020
    Focus: Nurse Practitioner

    My Experience

    great for nursing

    About The Staff

    well prepared

  3. Anonymous
    May 9, 6:51 pm by
    Overall: 1.3 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 1 stars
    Experience: 1 stars
    Staff: 1 stars
    Academics: 3 stars
    Costs: 1 stars
    Support: 1 stars

    Program: BSN
    Classes: On Campus
    Graduation: 2018
    Focus: Psychiatric

    My Experience

    Tough experience so far. Just getting into the program as a transfer was a struggle. A lot of miscommunication or no communication at all. I have found that people staff dont talk to each other and you get a lot of the run around. I will be happy when I am done and graduated.... Orientation I always feel like I'm being treated as a little kid. Environment I feel like the school thinks its a privilege for you to be going there even though I pay full tuition. Classes are big, the nursing teachers are good!

    About The Staff

    Most of the staff have terrible attitudes. They treat you like your 10 years old and all they do is bad talk students. Its sad becuase you'll be walking in the hall way and you can hear some staff bad talking a student.

    Things To Know

    I wouldn't recommend this college. I know a lot of unhappy students. I try and stay away from the negativity and would tell anyone to go somewhere else.

  4. Anonymous
    Apr 14, 12:56 am by
    Overall: 3.3 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 4 stars
    Experience: 3 stars
    Staff: 3 stars
    Academics: 5 stars
    Costs: 2 stars
    Support: 3 stars

    Program: Master's
    Classes: Online
    Graduation: 2019
    Focus: Advanced Practice

    My Experience

    The onboarding staff was very informative and always seemed to be eager to answer any and all questions.

    About The Staff

    After being accepted, information on what was expected was very clear and concise. All teachers so far are DNP's or have PHd's.


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