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Methodist College Reviews

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  • 05/15/2012

    Reviewer is A current student here.

    2 out of 2 people found this review useful. 1 of 3

    Categories Comments
    Campus Safety

    Campus security is GREAT! The college uses the same security as the hospital and they are very will to help you in any situation even if it is to walk 50 feet out to your car.

    Greek Life

    No greek life offered.

    Clubs and Activities

    Methodist offers SGA - Student Government Association and SNA - Student Nurses Association.

    Bang for the buck

    For the education you are given it is well worth the money! I attended a large university before attending Methodist and for the amount of help you can receive from instructors and the maximum amount of seats in a class is 30 versus large colleges who allow 200 students in a lecture.

    What to do for fun

    Residential life offers free food or events open to not only those students who live in the dorms but all Methodist College of Nursing students every week.

    Food and Dining

    Methodist does not currently have a meal plan but the hospital cafeteria does offer a discount to Methodist College students. There are also a lot of places to eat within a 2 mile radius, as well as a deli across the street.

    Dorm Life

    It is not hard to find help everyone living in the dorms is willing to help whether they are in your classes or in the upper division nursing classes you can always find someone willing to help.

    Academic Rigor

    The instructors are great and very understanding of the other courses your enrolled in. All instructors are nurses and have worked out in the field. This is a wonderful way to get to know the different fields before graduating, each instructor has their own story and they never hesitate to help you.

    Tips for prospective students

    Ask all the questions you may have! Don't forget to look over the school handbook before committing, after all it is what you will have to follow once you agree to attend.

    In three sentences

    Methodist College of Nursing is a wonderful school! We have great faculty and staff that are always willing to help a student. Methodist is not a very large school most classes have an average of 30 people.

  • 08/27/2012

    Reviewer is A current student here.

    0 out of 1 people found this review useful. 2 of 3

    Categories Comments
    Greek Life

    No greek life.

    Tips for prospective students

    Stay caught up on all work and dont procrastinate!

    In three sentences

    They are still not used to being a college so its hard to talk to people here. You have to put in all effort to be successful.

  • 03/21/2014

    Reviewer is A current student here.

    3 of 3

    Categories Comments
    Campus Safety

    Security is good

    Food and Dining

    No cafeteria, you can eat at the hospital cafeteria across the street but I wouldn't recommend, it.

    Dorm Life

    Ages range from18-40, very little activities. Dorms are large though and you get your own bathroom.

    Tips for prospective students

    I wouldn't recommend attendance to this college

    In three sentences

    I chose to attend Methodist College because Methodist Hospital has been a part of my family for years; my mom is a nurse at Methodist Hospital and I was even born there! My experience with this college is VERY dissatisfying! I did not feel welcomed at this school and the school doesnâ??t care about the studentâ??s opinions. I am a leader at heart and took the initiative to become involved as a student, I was a resident advisor in the dorms, the treasurer for Student Nurses Association, and even helped plan a senior pinning committee to promote influential change for the better at this college. All the effort and hard work that I put in to being involved at this college has been a waste of time and personal energy because the President doesnâ??t care about what the students want, and the faculty donâ??t advocate for the students. I also had a horrible experience with my academic advisor. She gave me no direction when I asked about classes to take, she would say â??well Iâ??m really just a teacher, and itâ??s up to you as a student to plan your schedule.â?? She did not vogue for me when I needed help getting into classes. The faculty and staff, including the teachers, are very unorganized and there is ZERO communication. The teachers do not provide an academic plan for the students to succeed. The teachers add assignments and exams when they want and donâ??t teach us to that material. I feel the faculty set us up for failure and eat their young. My internship was a waste of time and money, and I DO NOT feel prepared for the NCLEX! The internship teachers were more concerned with crossword puzzles, useless group projects, and bingo; this did not promote learning or prepare the students for ATI or NCLEX. The Prep U program was implemented in the beginning of the internship semester, and purchased individually by each student. The instructors did not know how to work the program until week 4 and canceled using the program by week7. By week 8 a new program, Capstone ATI, was implemented and this complete changed the course plans for the rest of the semester. On top of that it required even more time, time to communicate with an ATI tutor, and time to try to navigate this new program. It wasnâ??t even communicated with the students that this change would be happening and the teachers werenâ??t sure if this was going to be apart of our class grad or not. These instructors were NOT prepared for class and never have anything planned for what will be happening during the next week of class. Most of our class time consisted of the students debating with the teachers about their way of teaching and their lack of preparedness. Overall, I am very unhappy with my experience at Methodist College and wonâ??t be recommending anyone to get their nursing degree from this establishment!