Location
Toledo, OH
Undergrads
446
Tuition
$10,920
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Reviews 95 total reviews with an average rating of 3.9

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2 College Senior

Academic Experience: Some instructors seem more interested in their text messaging during clinical hours, while others are extremely helpful and professional, and some are very demeaning towards students, and can be very rude and unprofessional at times!!

4 College Senior

Career Services: Our career coordinator is continually posting job openings and assisting us with access to outside resources to obtain jobs.

2 College Senior

Academic Experience: Overall outside of my specific major, the school is awesome; however, in our major, there are some instructors who are very demeaning and very unprofessional.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: nursing is my major. It is a hard coarse load, but they are so helpfull and positive. Always there to lend a hand or a pat on the back.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: they help you decide what class load you can handle soo thet you are successful.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: so far everyone has been so helpful and supportive.

4 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The financial aid people are very easy to work with. When I exhausted my federal options, the school told me about an institutional loan that is very reasonable. I would much rather pay the school directly than deal with a bank.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: The HIT field is becoming very important in healthcare today. President Obama has spoken about transitioning to electronic health records and the cost savings to be had for the entire field. Mercy has a very robust HIT program and is very concerned that everyone is comprehending the material to be ready for the real world. The curriculum is always being evaluated for relavancy and the workload reflects what would be expected of us in a job.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: The HIT program has been evaluated and approved by AHIMA. The courses are constantly evaluated by the school and sometimes change to be more relavant to the real-world.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I am in the Radiologic Technology program and the professors are AWESOME. They actually care about how your doing and how much your working outside of class. They want you to succeed and will do whatever it takes to help you.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are a few 'student life' events that go on. I have yet to attend one because I live roughly 40 minutes away from school. But a lot of people go to them who live around the area. There is not really a social scene at Mercy, there is a student lounge that most people spend time in and that is going to be where most of your campus interaction will take place.

3 College Junior

Student Body: This is a catholic private school and everyone who is attending this school knows that before registering. Everyone I have encountered is very smart and actually interested in the field of work they are going into.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Email them if you need any assistance they will easily help you out. All the forms are online for you to print out and them submit. It makes your life so much easier then waiting in a long line. Everyone there is eager to help you. The education is worth the money.. it is all information I need to know for my career.

4 College Senior

Student Body: They are very hard-working and always pushing towards imporving. They are always concerned about help the students to do better and the best they can. They continue to help students strive and prepare for our future careers.

3 College Senior

Online Courses: Online courses is less interaction with the teacher and other students. Yes you can chat online witht the professor and other students but it's not the face-to-face interaction. Traditional classes you're more willing to do your homework and understand the material better compared to online classes you do not have to attend class and just do homework at the last min.

3 Recent Alumnus

Tuition & Financial Aid: I think this school is a little expensive, but the financial aid department staff makes up for it.They are friendly and knowledgeable about what scholarships and loans are available to the students. The staff is also kind and willing to help a student as much as they can. As a tip for getting financial aid at Mercy College of Ohio I would strongly encourage simply stopping into the financial aid office and speaking with your advisor. Things just seem to go faster face-to-face at this school versus through e-mail, though e-mail communication only takes about a day between responses.

3 Recent Alumnus

Academic Experience: I'm in the Ophthalmic tech. program and things have been rough this year. This is a new program at the school, so there are still some "kinks" to work out, but as a student it would be great if the teachers communicated a little better. When one class has two teachers and a teacher asks the students what the other teacher has taught us so far, it's a little concerning. Also, I feel that in some classes the lecture material and the quiz and test material do not always match up. I realize this is because one person will create and give the lectures and another will create the quizzes and tests, but it would make studying more effective for students if there were more continuity between lectures and graded materials. On a positive note, the financial aid department at Mercy is wonderful! My financial aid advisor is very kind and helpful, as is his boss. Mrs. Erwin is very knowledgeable about the scholarships and loans available to the students and she is very kind as well. I couldn't be happier with the financial aid department!

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Mercy College has a big workload for the ASN program. We have way more clinical hours than other schools and I feel they prepare you really well for your boards. The campus is nice and small so you really get to know everyone around you. Parking is easy and convienient and is never an issue. Program is much tougher here than at other schools, which is a bonus although many complain about. Thats what makes the school good, you are getting a good education.

5 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I have had no problems at all with loans or financial aid. Runs smoothly.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Mercy College is a small school and there is always help for students in the skills lab or with the tutors. The instructors are great and real knowledgeable. The nursing program is one of the hardest around though. It really keeps you on your toes. It is hard to get into a clinical day that you prefer unless you sign up at exactly 8am if registration begins at 8. There is a very high percentage rate of graduates that pass the NCLEX. Mercy is a great school to graduate from and graduates get jobs easier when graduating from here.

4 College Junior

Student Body: Everyone that I have talked to is extremely nice, including the upper classman. The students all seem eager to help each other out with any problems and with studying. If a student is absent other students are generous enough to share their notes.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: The network is fast and reliable, it doesn't seem to have any difficulty loading pages. Printing is free which helps out a tons since we have so many notes and power points to print.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: The fact that the library/computer lab is open 24/7 helps me out tremendously!

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: I really enjoy this school. I have attended 2 other colleges and feel that this one suits my needs the best. The commute is about 15 minutes for me and the hospital has a library/computer lab available 24/7. The teaching staff is wonderful and are readily available to meet with students if needed.

5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: They were straight forward with the cost of my attendance at mercy. I'm a non-tradtional student who has reached my education limit and i must figure out a way to pay for the rest of my semesters. Perkins loans dont apply for the youngstown campus and i recently lost my job of 20 years in January.

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