It is close to home. It also has a really good rep in my city because it is a small school so the class sizes are smaller. One time I only had four people in my lab - it was great! The community at the school is also very positive.
The curriculum is very relevant. The professors do a great job of presenting the material and making sure that they are consistent in their testing. I think that CMU should get a fully registered nursing program, and not just prenursing.
I'm not sure if they do internships. I think I have heard of people doing internships through my school but I'm not really sure. I'm only in my second year so I do not know too much about the school yet.
They are great! We have a board in the hallway where jobs can be posted. We also have an email that goes out with any new job postings in it. You can get a job through CMU on campus or not, they are very flexible.
We have all kinds of events! We have a big Christmas event in November where we have music and desserts. Today we celebrated pi day and we had a pie baking contest! We celebrate Christmas Eve too! And we have random free pancake lunch day - those are my fav!
Yes, I am on a scholarship currently. It involved me volunteering for two months in the summer and now a donor helps pay for my tuition.
Good. We get two reading days after our last day of classes so even if our first exam is on the first day, we still get a bit of time to prepare for it. I think it's a pretty good system. Also, the exams themselves are usually pretty fair.
Very nice! The staff are extremely friendly and are always saying hi to me in the halls. They have my interest in mind and they really care for me. The professors are the same way.
I am not living at my school so I have to commute. The unfortunate thing is that my school does not accommodate people who ride the bus so I have to pay a full fair price. It costs me 6 a day to get to and from school, which is very expensive for me!
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