Location
Omaha, NE
Undergrads
459
Tuition
$12,510
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Reviews 76 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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5 College Freshman

Health & Safety: The security is great on the campus. There aren't a lot of them but the way the schools built, keeps it locked up tight and almost guarentees that safety isn't an issue. All doors are easily seen by the security and they are constantly viewing situations through the cameras fitted all throughout the school. The school even went as far as to change a previously accessable backdoor to students to an emergency only door due to a safety ordinance, that's a prime example of how far it went.

College Freshman

Greek Life: This rating isn't applicable in any way. The school follows no such kind of greek houses or greek traditions.

4 College Freshman

Scholarships: The financial aid process is very good. It takes little time to get through it if you do what your supposed to do and the financial advisors work with you to make sure your getting the aid you need. And if you can't pay through aid they'll even allow you to set up payment plans.

4 College Freshman

Weather: Weather usually doesn't affect campus experience and in Nebraska the weather is chaotic and changes sporadically sometimes. However, due to good heating, insulation and proper care of the campus grounds during situations such as snow and rain, its never a problem usually to do anything on campus.

5 College Freshman

Computers: The amount of technology in this school is literally perfect. There are countless computers for students to use almost everywhere and the need for a personal one is literally if you already have one or want to have one on campus. Its not required nor needed. Printing is low cost, the network is super fast and reliable and almost never down and the wireless is on par and easily accessible everywhere except the basement were its a little less reliable at times but otherwise perfect.

4 College Freshman

Campus Strictness: The campus is a very laid back place. Parking is simple, dorms are free to visitation without prior notice, noise levels can be heard all throughout the campus and are well tolerated, the officers are kind and nice and not complete computers. However, when it comes Drug use, Alcohol and the school academic policies, they are extremely strict. Drug abuse and alcohol of any kind are strictly prohibited on campus and cheating/plagiarism even at its lowest levels can have someone kicked from the college. Its a good balance, the college is lenient in places that don't matter much and strict in places that need the most attention.

4 College Freshman

Local Atmosphere: The college is located near several hotspot locations and a short drive away from a HUGE city environment such as a large inside Mall complex and several restaurants and other environments to explore. If you can find what your looking for, everyone in the area are nice and its a safe town to be in.

College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: I can't accurately describe a rating for this however, there are a number of different stores that do include fast food chains but restaurants that sometimes serve healthy meals and have a variety of different settings and focuses including Perkins, ingredient and even cornhusker focused restaurants. They are also located in areas near or not too far from the isolated college, so it is either a short 5 minute or a tad bit longer 10-15 minute drive to a location, which considering were the college is located is very good.

4 College Freshman

Diversity: Theres a Wide variety of ethnic backgrounds from African to Caucasian and even indian or Chinese. However, because the campus is a nursing college, the sexual orientation is mainly girls, almost 98% of it is females besides a few faculty. When it comes to economic background, many people come from scholarships and grants. Many people have varying beliefs and it cannot be commented on due to the lack of friends. Religion is prominent and actually promoted in the college, though it is mainly Methodist.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: Because the school is a nursing school, athletics aren't a huge part of the school. While they do have some events here and there, the school work and peoples daily lives usually overshadow any attempt to get a mass group of people to do them. In short, Any professional athletics just aren't cut out for a school of this focus.

5 College Freshman

Facilities: The facilities are clean and functional. It carries a large spacious lobby with many study and lunch spaces along with a plasma screen tv, fireplace and a functional bookstore and Café called the Deja brew. It features 4 stories including the basement which are filled to the brim with classrooms that are spacious and each carry a smartboard with a computer and podium for the teacher to teach from. There is also an outside space just outside the lobby cafeteria and it sports a large apartment dorm complex known as josies village located just next to the college. The college also features a athletic center, library and student area flled with computers just ment for students to either study, print things, do homework assignments or just rest/sleep in comfy beanbags(Which are quite large by the way) with friends or by themselves. The entire campus is built towards interaction with other people and nothing is too big or too small.

5 College Freshman

Facilities: The academic program is very unique in that it focuses around a concept called the Educated Citizen. This focus is towards making students who are not only in touch with their studies but the world around them so that when they leave the college they are prepared individuals capable of functioning in an ever growing world. There is the Effective Communicator, one who is able to communicate, exchange and understand ideas through different methods of communication, Change agent, one who is able to provide and make the difference in their world no matter how small the actions may be, and finally reflective individual, one who is able to look at themselves and see their own strengths and weaknesses and pull themselves to greater heights.. Each of these aspects encompasses a particular trait needed in life and they are expanded upon all the way to the final courses in the senior year when you have to do a 20 minute presentation on how you've become an Educated Citizen. This unique aspect of this school is wonderful to me and is relevant to life itself.

4 College Junior

Campus Strictness: Most of the students here are very responsible so there is not much need to be very strict

3 College Junior

Computers: The library computers need updated but the computer labs have good computers

3 College Junior

Diversity: There are a variety of racially diverse students on campus. There is a diversity fair held every year

3 College Junior

Greek Life: There is no greek life at the school. It is very small and particularly focused on the Healthcare industry.

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: The apartments are nice and private and they are located right next to the school

4 College Junior

Weather: The weather is good most of the time. The snow can get heavy in the winter but the city is very good about keeping up with it.

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: There are a very large number of diverse eateries in town

4 College Junior

Health & Safety: Always feel very safe, can even leave all my stuff in the library and go downstairs to get something to eat.

4 College Junior

Local Atmosphere: The old market is a great place to hang out and get culture

College Freshman

Drug Safety: Drug tests- no drugs around

4 College Freshman

Campus Strictness: Lots of rules and RAs always have an eye out

4 College Freshman

Computers: Can be slow at times

3 College Freshman

Diversity: Plenty of groups to keep everyone involved

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