Staten Island, NY
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St. Paul's School of Nursing
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Reviews 26 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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2 College Junior

Facilities: the professors are so caring

3 College Junior

Career Services: The teachers at this school are always talking about the working field and sharing experiences. They always bring up the career service center which is available even after you graduate from your program.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I'm in the medical field and this program is more than I expected but in a good way. It really makes me think and actually have to open my books to study. The work load is not too much but of course you do go home with things to look over and terms to learn but it's a reward within itself. The best part is all my electives only have to do with my field.

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4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The school is a medical field involved school so the main fields are nursing medical assistant and dental assistant. I think this is great because everyone has the same mind set and similar goals in both long term and short term. It's fun to compare teachers,classes and the new things we learn with the other students

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The school is great as are the teachers and other people working there, the only problem I have as I'm sure everyone does, is the money we have to spend but at the end of my stay I know it will be worth it

4 College Junior

Student Body: I've already made tons of new friends I can hang with and study with, we all get along great and get each other as if we've known one another for years. We help each other to study giving tips and advice as well as just have fun but we know when to get to work

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: The class schedules are not as flexible as one would think but if you have things such as work or even kids they will work with you to find out if your better suited for night classes or morning classes.

3 College Junior

Facilities: My school allows you to instantly apply for another program if you don't get into one, the year is divided into modules so we get new students every month. Also there's the cafe right outside the school so we don't have to go far for food though it's a bit prices it's totally worth it.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: There aren't many things on campus being that it's a small school but the resources that are available such as the library and more importantly the teachers after school are all great. Then there's the reading room for I between class study and homework time and also the cafe right near the school. Great place to make friends and hang out while at the same time being able to ask your teachers a question anytime.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: I don't use the computers much at my school but they do allow you to bring your own devices and use the free wifi which is great, there is a printer and copy machine available and they even give you five dollars off hand to use.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I believe this school is worth every penny I just wish I didn't have to pay the last bit out of pocket. I have financial aid to help out but when it came down to it there were still a little extra money that needed to be paid. I wish before you have to enter the school they could calculate your finance aid and other payments before hand.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The school is great, I love it. I do wish communication was better as far as getting in contact after school hours.

5 College Senior

Campus Resources: What is unique about St Paul's is the fact that the Nursing Program is offered during the evening, also that we are able to get real experience (clinicals) from day one. So as we are learning, we are experiencing.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: I love the RN program, I love the experiences, how ever I am not a fan of the grading system. You must achieve a 78 to pass, and I respect the fact that as a Nurse, lives are in our hands, and I would not want a Nurse that only knows 78% of her job to take care of me, how ever I do feel that student's should be able to make up failing grades, have academic warning/ coaching after the first failing grade, to ensure that they do better next time. This will let the student know that someone cares, and actually wants them to graduate, Nursing tests are so different from regular exams, and a failing grade may not always mean that you do not know your work, you may just have difficulty answering the format of questioning. So more hands on with Nursing exams would be a great addition, as practice not something that actually counts against your grade.

1 College Senior

Campus Resources: The enet works ok, but you must pay for copies, and etc. I don't mind paying for the copies, but at the rate of a lower tuition or perhaps more financial aid.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The people in financial aid are lovely! how ever this is a private school, I believe, so you do not get maximum financial aid you get a portion, which is a bummer, and can leave you taking out pretty hugh loans. In my opinion the education is great at St Paul's but the schooling could either cost less, or more financial aid, and financial aid options should be offered to the students.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: The Flexibility of St Paul's is pretty good, during the winter, and bad weather the teachers work pretty hard to maintain flexibility in their schedules, assignments and exams, they worked with us, and kept in touch with us via email. During normal operations a syllabus is given to you with all dates of due assignments and etc, and its your responsibility to adhere to it, but never the less in emergencies, they work with you.

5 College Senior

Online Courses: There really aren't any online courses per-say, but there is an online portal where you can take practice exams. I find them to be beneficial in helping the students practice more in areas that may be weak to them.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I chose to transfer to this school because of how they treat the students. They make me feel like "a person". My prior school made me feel like I was just a social security number. No support with curriculum and the registration process was always a horrible experience. At my present school, I am able to choose a day or evening schedule and the curriculum is set for each semester.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: School notifications to students posted by teachers/instructors very good. Students feel comfortable using internet /network for homework, study guides etc.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: The school has simulation labs that are available for students

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: I meet fellow students that helped me get to classes and clinical locations that I would have had some difficulty with transportation. I provided assistance with gas expenses.

4 College Senior

Student Body: My school consists of varied ages, genders and also of students working and/or with families. While my first semester experience has provided me with friendships, our priority is geared toward successfully reaching the goal of becoming an RN. Nursing education is a professional career that we all want to achieve

3 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: The classes were convenient and the school gave lots of options.

1 College Junior

Campus Resources: I think its horrible. You have to pay for everything. We had a copy machine in the student lounge and they took it away. we pay for everything at this school, and they just raised the tuition. Tuition is over twelve thousand per semester.


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