VERMONT TECH--BEWARE - page 2
by carrie42 | 13,099 Views | 24 Comments
:down: I'm going to be part of an upcoming class-action lawsuit going back several years against this community college's nursing program. I would STRONGLY advise not going to this school. Most of the infractions and illegal... Read More
- 0Jun 13, '10 by NeedchangeofPaceDynas12180,
I have watched this thread since its first post and I believe that the original poster, by their own admission was failing the clinical portion of the VTC program, click http://allnurses.com/lpn-lvn-nursing...st-392064.html.
To the best of my knowledge and searching with Google there has been no lawsuit filed.
As others have said no program is perfect, it just sounds like sour grapes to me, but that is just my worth.
- 1Jun 26, '10 by jamsjulI just graduated, and I attended the PN program last year. I have to say, and I know it is cliche', but you get out of the program what you put into it. I agree with the above post that said no program is perfect, and I do believe they could put more emphasis on critical thinking, but illegal...that is a bit extreme.
- 0Jul 2, '10 by deb05363I just graduated from the Brattleboro site. It was challenging! I do have a hard time saying it was great right now...however when I really start working as a LPN within the next few weeks, I will know if I was prepared. I think the 1st year is the hardest anyway. I am relieved to be done with this year. It has changed me as a person only for the better as I really had to overcome a lot about myself through this program. I really hope that it makes me a good nurse.
- 0Jul 6, '10 by Herman22I am going to be part of an upcoming classaction lawsuit going many years back, please please reconsider going to VTC, I KNOW that the Putnam campus is VERY corrupt and I have heard horror stories from the other campus'. Save your time, money and most importantly sanity! Unethical practices, prejudism, favoritism, inconsistant grading, and lack of professionalism pretty much sums up this school!
- 0Jul 7, '10 by NeedchangeofPaceHmmm,, this post is almost verbatim of carrie42, could it be??
I have thought that all along that these two had probably flunked out and that they are part of the "student snowflake" generation i.e. entitled to a passing grade without the effort and work involved, because they are, well Snowflakes.
I have looked high and low for the word "prejudism" as used by Herman, if any one can find it please let me know.