I'm there now and I love it! I'm an older second degree student (I have a BA and several professional certifications in my previous field) with very high expectations of any academic setting that I'm in.
There may have been some changes to the Marymount program in the last couple of years. In my research of nursing schools
, I spoke with hospitals that I hope to work in. They all had high opnions of the nurses that come out of Marymount.
As a current student, I have found my professors to be knowledgeable and inspiring. So far, all of my profs are still in the field and very dedicated to the profession.
As for the cost- I don't think that it's that bad...but then again, in agreement with the above poster, everything is expensive here. Even the local community college costs a few thousand. At Marymount, my class sizes are small, resources (like lab time) are available, and professors accessible. I feel very supported here, and to me, that's priceless.