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Reviews 233 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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4 College Student

Overall Experience: The school is a great way to earn a degree without loosing anymore time.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: This school seems to be really pro-placement.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: Cost is quite high, but apparently worth it.

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: What I hate is that the nursing program is NOT flexible. You are either in the day or the night program. If lets say, you want the day program, but can't take a 1 course due to work obligations and would like to take that course in the evening, NOT POSSIBLE. Your either completely in the day program or the evening. That for me was the only downside besides the tuition at Ameritech. They assign your schedules, god forbid you try to choose. But you do have the option of either the day or evening program.

5 College Senior

Online Courses: I haven't had any online classes besides ATI, a program for nursing student that's extremely hard.

5 College Senior

Career Services: There is a department specialized to help you with just that.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: The day program has the largest nursing class, usually in excess of 50 students and less than 70 students. The night program has smaller classes usually about 15-20 students. The instructors there are all qualified, and always eager to explain and teach whenever a student needs help. Most of the teachers there are graduates of University of Utah, and BYU. And most if not ALL, have years and years of experience to share and integrate.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: One word, PLENTY. I was a 3rd semester student, when I heard a couple of 5th semester students (that's the last semester of the nursing program) compare and contrast which jobs they were going to accept and which ones they were going to deny. That being said, they had jobs even BEFORE graduating!

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: Our Nursing program makes up the most students at Ameritech College. They just finished it's new construction a few years ago. The course workload can be quite stressful, but then again, it's Nursing school! Our clinicals range from nursing homes to hospitals. About 75% of our student do their clinicals at Intermountain hospitals. And their job placement is at 98%. No joke.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: This school really makes sure it's students learn and excel. The teachers are more than happy to assist anyone asking for help or struggling. There is ALWAYS someone available to answer any question or concern you have. And lastly, their nursing program is extremely challenging, with NCLEX pass rates usually in the top 3 in Utah.

1 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: This is where I've had a lot of frustrations with the school. When applying they promise to accept multiple transfer credits, then they'll slowly back out and say they can't accept them (more $). They change dates/requirements all the time, and they're not flexible with work schedules. You can't miss more than 1 day per class, and just 3 tardies counts as an absence. Get sick twice in a semester? You're screwed.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: It's a great school for a small trade school. Teachers genuinely care about the students, and the clinical rotations are awesome. If I had to do it again, though, I might go with a more stream-lined university despite the waiting list to save money and have the organization larger schools offer. This school gets disorganized at times- they change dates and requirements all the time, scheduling is slow, and it's extremely expensive. But for the speed of the program, you're probably not going to find a better option!

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: Coursework is understandable given how difficult the NCLEX is. The school is very focused on helping students learn how to be ready for the test, and the pass rate is still above 95% I believe.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: The school has great faculty, and it's pretty good with skills teaching. Job prospects are good, clinical rotations are in great hospitals, and the NCLEX pass rate is extremely high. It's super expensive though- so much so that idk if I could ever honestly recommend it to anyone. Not to mention they've been rather disorganized lately while trying to expand their programs and location (i.e. make more money), so sometimes it feels like they care more about prospective students than current ones. If you can handle the financial aid, though, this is one of fastest tracks to an RN license you can find, and overall it's a pretty good experience.

3 College Senior

Online Courses: There are no strictly online courses in the program, but it does use ATI (online nursing program) for tests, homework, and skills videos. The site is pretty accurate in material, but it goes down a lot. Some classes (like pharmacology) overuse the program and could be offered online without requiring in-class lectures, but they don't..

4 College Senior

Student Body: A student body council exists, but not many get into it. There is a decent amount of diversity (for Utah anyway), and people are pretty accepting.

2 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Super expensive, and financial aid hasn't been as easy for me as other reviewers have said. They do at least warn you about the high expenses from the beginning though. But they will find any reason to make students retake classes, even refusing transfer credits that any other school would accept.

4 College Senior

Career Services: Career services are a bit more limited than they say, but the job prospects are good. Many of the nurses I have worked with in clinicals graduated from Ameritech within the last year.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: It's hard work, but job prospects are good, and Ameritech does put a lot of focus on their nursing program.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Tough workload, but it should be when you're preparing for the NCLEX! Most of the teachers are experienced, qualified, and genuinely helpful. Scheduling is slow, though, and their attendance policy is ridiculous (1 absence per class, any more and you have to retake the class no matter your grade).

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: They're trying to add more study areas and activities, but they do not have much of a student center. Athletics, etc. aren't offered but aren't really applicable.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: courses are organized together so same topics are covered at the same times

like infections with wound care with pharmacology antibiotics

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: the nursing courses are taught by actual nurses that have worked in the job field

3 College Sophomore

Online Courses: ATI is the online portion and is a good program. it is video step by step and can re-watch anytime

4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: the tuition is high but all your books are new and included in the tuition, financial aid was easy to work with and knowledgeable to what we needed to do and get to be ready


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