Queens University of Charlotte
My Imperfect Diary
The financial aid department doesn't like to help students that are from low economic backgrounds. i had a financial aid advisor make me feel bad for being poor. I guess your grades don't matter anymore just as long as your family have money you can go to any school u like
MSN-CNL online degree program was an extraordinary graduate nursing program. The professors were top rate, requiring excellence at all times and were superb at instructing through an online platform supported by faculty specifically assigned to assist the full time working professional. I highly recommend this program and welcome any questions you may have when considering Queens for your advanced nursing degree. Email my name at google.
*This review is in regards to their summer intern housing program* Queens must be the most incompetent organization I have ever dealt with. Of a group of five friends, they managed to "mistransfer" two of our contact information into their database - they messed up 40% of our applications! (Oh, and they they "misassigned" a third to the wrong room). While I wasn't too upset to learn that I lost my spot, even contacting them about my refund proved difficult since they don't answer their phone during business hours. If you're going to apply for summer intern housing at Queens, make sure to put in a few applications elsewhere.
Kirsten “Meghan” Lim
The nursing program is bad. Less than half of the students that start at Queens for nursing end up graduating. Most people fail out of the program. You need at least a 77 to pass your classes and they will not help you if youre 0.1 away from passing. If you fail a class, you can only retake it once and you will be delayed a semester because you can only take that one class. If you fail two classes, youre out. Its a very expensive school and not worth your time. They have a HESI exam that counts 10% of your grade and its really hard and you cant study for it. They dont prepare you for it either.
Went to school here and got my degree in business. Great teachers! Great campus! So much diversity!