Location
Little Rock, AR
Undergrads
814
Tuition
$7,600
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Reviews 46 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: My school teaches strictly health related professions such as nursing, nuclear tech, and scrub tech. The teachers are really hands on with teaching you what you need to know, and they make sure you learn to do things properly. There are lab rooms that are designated for learning the skills you need to know for your profession.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: There are plenty of computers in the student learning center and computer lab. The internet is kind of slow and you have to pay to print or copy papers. The network is very reliable because it always works. Wireless access is available though I rarely use it.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: I enjoy going to school here. Everyone is helpful.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: It's a Part of the Baptist Health System. The school is a part of the Baptist Health System which has a great reputation.

1 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Application Process Was the Pits. I had a very hard time with the application process. Phone calls weren't returned, papers were lost by staff members, and deadlines were missed because of the lack of response.

1 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Not Much to Do on Campus Besides Classes. As far as I know there is no student center, library or campus activities but I have not attended orientation yet.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: RN- Freshman – I like the school because it's hand-on. You get to actually go work with real patients at the actual hospital. I could see why or how that could end up being so expensive. You're gaining the best skills. By the time you go to work at a real job, you'll be beyond prepared.

4 College Junior

Career Services: RN- Freshman – They don't help you or gaurantee you a job at the end of the program, but I like the honesty. They gave you the skills, now it's up to you to use them.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I'm not sure if I get a degree , diploma, or certificate, but it's worth the money because the school really prepares you for the profession you're studying. You get hands on experience, not to mention, the fact that they hold a higher grading scale. this means if you pass and graduate, you're gauranteed to know what you're doing.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I love how everything is set up. We get to know the professors so well and the curriculum is hard but i feel like i am really learning. The class registration process goes pretty smooth we all do it on one day at the school.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: Baptist Health – I like Baptist, even though it is hard i feel like when i get out and take my nursing exam i will be well prepared. They dont baby you like alot of other colleges because its up to you to pass the test at the end without them. This school is small which helps for more one on one and you really get to know everyone. I would choose this school again.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: This program is very unique you get to work in the hospital setting with patients. It is very exciting to me i love helping people and the type of work just interseted me. The workload is not easy you have to want it, long hours in the hospital and in class then many studying at home. I have 2 years to go and i cant wait for what is to come.

College Junior

Online Courses: School Attendence – I haven't started school yet. I start in July of this year.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The only problem is you have to pay to print or copy anything. I guess if you have 10,000 students, the cost of paper outside of the classroom can add up so it's no big deal.

5 College Sophomore

Student Body: Hard Working – Everyone here is extremely motivated. We all realize we are in this together and are more than willing to help each other out. No matter what we have going on, school is our top priority. Most have kids, married, and work full time but we know we are going to have to make sacrifices.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: I love this school. It is very competitive. They are not very flexible with the schedule only because they want you to be dedicated. Their grading scale is also a lot higher than the typical school but only because they want you to know the material because we will be dealing with people's lives over the next couple of years.

5 College Sophomore

Online Courses: Med Term – med term is the only online course, and it was very good. i learned a lot.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: PTC Part SUCKS – Baptist itself is great, but you have to take pre-reqs through Pulaski Tech, and it's completely separate, including payment, financial aid, breaks, everything...completely inconvenient.

2 Recent Alumnus

Career Services: Career Center Is Not Helpful Unless You Agree to Work for Them When You Graduate – Most of the time they ask ones to have 6 months experience after finishing school, and they don't tell us where we can get a start.

2 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: Although the Network Is Good the Printing Is Not Always Working. Sometimes There Is Not Enough Computers to Use. I wish there were more computer students could use other than the computer lab, which is for class work only.

3 Recent Alumnus

Overall Experience: Okay With My Choice – My overall experience has been okay. I would like better teacher that can actually lecture. I give my school a B because it could be worst or better. I am satisfied.

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