Radians College formerly hmi

  1. greetings!, Does anyone here have any info whatsoever about Radians College?, its in NW on vermont ave, I've been lookin into their website but not enough to convince me, Although it does say that their directors "voted" to have an RN program back in 2004. I would love to hear from RN's or current RN students who actually went/go there. I believe it's better to hear from people who actually know the school and what they can offer. I am currently in lpn school and about to grad this april. thanks.
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  3. by   teeman2
    Hello,
    Which LPN are you attending right now? I am actually attending Cmprehensive Health Academy. I am really struggling right now. Its my first course, A&P. Any study tips? Thanks for your help.
  4. by   AJHOPE
    i'm also looking into radians college to start their lpn course this spring i will like any information anybody got.thank you.
  5. by   polish nurse
    be careful. as I former nursing director I found students from these "private academies poorly trained. Look into the LPN program at UDC. It's excellent.
  6. by   AJHOPE
    Quote from polish nurse
    be careful. as I former nursing director I found students from these "private academies poorly trained. Look into the LPN program at UDC. It's excellent.

    thank you for your reply polish nurse,i'm looking into both of them i have already taken the entry test and i'v passed at radians,i'm going to take UDC entry test too.
  7. by   ABNI
    Quote from take2dskye
    greetings!, Does anyone here have any info whatsoever about Radians College?, its in NW on vermont ave, I've been lookin into their website but not enough to convince me, Although it does say that their directors "voted" to have an RN program back in 2004. I would love to hear from RN's or current RN students who actually went/go there. I believe it's better to hear from people who actually know the school and what they can offer. I am currently in lpn school and about to grad this april. thanks.
    Hi, I am currently a student @ Radians college. What exactly you want to know. As for the school its great for LPN's not for RN's! The fees is too high. No financial aid only student loans.
  8. by   AJHOPE
    Quote from ABNI
    Hi, I am currently a student @ Radians college. What exactly you want to know. As for the school its great for LPN's not for RN's! The fees is too high. No financial aid only student loans.
    Hi, i want to know about the instructors and the passing rate for the school. thank you.
  9. by   ABNI
    Hi,
    As for my experience with the instructors very few can really teach the subject. I am in RN prog, about LPN I 've only heard from other LPN students that passing grade is good. I cannot assure you on that. But it is the most dis-organized school with dis-organized staff. Very rude and disrespectful people. Hope my feedback helped you.
  10. by   simplykpb
    thank you for all this infomation. I was looking into the rn program there. I know its expensive so Im doing my prerequisites at a community college. I hear it is so competitive to get into the rn programs now. do you think it would be a mistake to transfer to radians college?
  11. by   hpflrn
    I'm also considering Radians College. I work full time and like the fact that they offer an evening LPN program. Is there anyone out there who is currently in the LPN program that has any insight into the school????
  12. by   hpflrn
    UDC offers a full time day and part time evening program. classes start twice a year. a placement test is required that is offered on fridays until the program is full. they don't offer any financial aid but you can apply for a career training loan thru sallie mae. the application process takes about six weeks. hope this helps somebody out.........good luck
  13. by   hpflrn
    thank you for the info on UDC, their program seems to be much more organized that others i have looked into....i start in the fall
  14. by   NRSKarenRN
    for 36,000 one should be able to get a bsn degree ---look around
    trinity's ft tuition/yr $9,400 + other fees
    approved schools of nursing

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