2 Reviews on University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR)

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is focused on preparing Nurses of tomorrow. With more than 600 current students, 20-plus full-time faculty members, and six dedicated staff members, UALR has proven its ability to educate the most elite nurses for nearly 50 years.

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  1. Visit FutureRNArk profile page
    May 2, 12:01 am by
    Overall: 4.8 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 5 stars
    Experience: 5 stars
    Staff: 4 stars
    Academics: 5 stars
    Costs: 5 stars
    Support: 5 stars

    Status: Alumni
    Program: RN-to-BSN, Other
    Classes: On Campus, Online
    Graduation: 2016

    My Experience

    I completed both my ASN and BSN at UALR. The experience for both was positive overall. The ASN curriculum is tough, but fair. Classes are 8 weeks in length, and you take one class at a time, which helps keep workloads manageable. Tests are all computerized and in NCLEX format. The teachers in the ASN program are very supportive and want you to succeed. Clinical experiences are helpful in preparing for bedside nursing. The BSN program is all online, after you have completed the ASN program and are licensed. Classes are again 8 weeks, no tests are required, mostly projects, papers, and discussion posts. The professors were overall friendly with the notable exception of every professor who taught the Evidence-Based Practice course - pretty much all of my peer group had negative experiences of the instructors for that course. Overall, I would highly recommend this program to anyone seeking a quality education.

    About The Staff

    See review.

  2. Anonymous
    Apr 15, 3:11 pm by
    Overall: 4.8 Avg Rating
    Recommend: 5 stars
    Experience: 5 stars
    Staff: 5 stars
    Academics: 4 stars
    Costs: 5 stars
    Support: 5 stars

    Program: BSN
    Classes: On Campus

    My Experience

    Choosing UALR was the best decision for me.

    About The Staff

    The faculty at in the nursing department are what made this journey enjoyable, yet challenging. They are all caring and willing to help.

    Things To Know

    I chose University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) because of the flexibility they offer. I mainly chose it so I could receive my RN first, then transition over to online courses for the following year to complete my BSN. I did this so I could work as an RN for a year while completing my BSN and apply to graduate schools directly after receiving my BSN.


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