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Has anyone heard of Stanbridge College?

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by mdhopkins mdhopkins (New Member) New Member

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I have looked into several Southern California private schools including CNI in Costa Mesa, Concord, American Career College and Stanbridge. Does anyone have any comments?

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Yes,

I just started as a part time student this past June

*Sigh*

what is there to say, well, great pass rate, great perks (itouch, mini laptop, drug guide, great books) instructors (some good some bad, i hear they drop like flies though)

overall, so far id say that if you're a hard working student you'll do good. they give you all the resources, sometimes you have to teach yourself though

then again i am a recent new student. i have only 3 months experience

i will say this though, admin is very unorganized at times

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i'm an A student. you have to basically teach yourself. we've only had 2 classes with already 3 new instructors. one was great.the rest were horrible. they just stand there, and do not explain anything in detail. Their motto is you have to be "flexible" in nursing; that is true to a certain degree, but no having to pay $300 every month, and have it be wasted, and have new teachers who aren't resourceful doesn't constitute flexibility!!!it's a waste of money going down the drain, but i'm going to finish what i start. Go to the community college and save your time and money please!!!!!

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tnbutterfly is a BSN, RN and specializes in Peds, Med-Surg, Disaster Nsg, Parish Nsg.

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