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St Joseph College of Maine Reviews - page 13

I have done a few searches, but haven't found many responses (or at least newer) re: St. Joseph's nurse practitioner program. I'm considering it because it seems flexible, reasonable, and like a good... Read More

  1. Visit  tellamae profile page
    I have applied for the NP-Program but was told they review applications in Jan.
  2. Visit  tellamae profile page
    I got in FNP program…….
  3. Visit  jmuhammad10 profile page
  4. Visit  innavilla profile page
    Hey just got in also.. This is my first time taking on lie courses and I'm really unsure on how everything works. Will be starting Jan. 31. Feel free to contact me! And congratulations!
  5. Visit  oscar.a profile page
    I just got in to the April 28th start date at SJC.
    How are the Jan start doing so far? What do you guys think of the program in this new cohort model, and are enough classes offered to go quickly through it?
    Thanks and we should really freshen up this thread
  6. Visit  KSFNP2016 profile page
    I'm glad you're just now getting into the program instead of being accepted and having to go through all the program changes. all I can say is that I regret picking this program over Graceland Univeristy. Whatever you do, YOU need to be on top of everything. DO NOT rely on academic advisors. I've had 3 advisors so far since starting the program in 2012. good luck. I will write a more formal review once I graduate.
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  7. Visit  canyonforest profile page
    I finished the FNP program in March 2015
    It was tough but I have no regrets and am taking the certification exam in August☀️
  8. Visit  wildmtns4me profile page
    Look elsewhere. There is precious little instruction involved in this program, and even less feedback on your work. I have a 4.0 GPA after all my coursework, and if I got a full page of TOTAL instructor feedback on all my assignments so fare, I'd be shocked. I have even deliberately omitted required elements of assignments (since I already had a guaranteed A) ...and still got a 100% on the assignment. You will come away from this program with a credential that allows you to take your boards, but you will be teaching yourself, you will get very little teaching, and you are completely on your own when it comes to getting a clinical placement. They tell you the process can take several months. Trust me, it can take up to a year or more. Start looking for a site as soon as you start the program.

    Bottom line: You get what you pay for. The inexpensive tuition is a perfect example of this. Best of luck in your search.

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