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Purdue Global Reviews of Bachelor's in Nursing

14 Reviews

Locations:   Indianapolis (IN) 

Annual Tuition: $14,436

75% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
71% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Nursing

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Nursing

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Reviewed: 9/22/2023

Degree: Nursing

I had really high expectations for the quality of education that would come from a name such as Purdue. This was my first time doing any sort of formal adult education online, everything else was years ago in person. There was a lot of support at the beginning and my advisor checked in every couple of months during the process so I felt supported that way. My issue was some of the poor teachers. I probably had (just guesstimating) 10-15 teachers and only about four were really good and felt like... Read More


Reviewed: 7/24/2023

Degree: Nursing

I have spent tens of thousands of dollars on this school. I was 15 credits away from graduation. Apparently logging into the virtual learning and working on the assignments doesn't count as attendance. They dropped me from my classes without notice. They have been callous in their response. I have received very little support from this school and do not recommend. Note that their graduation rate is listed as 30% on google.

Steffi Clarke

Reviewed: 7/14/2023

Degree: Nursing

Purdue Global was a flexible and great school to attend. I felt comfortable speaking with all of my professors. They offered plenty of resources to help me pass. I would attend again to further my education and knowledge in my field. The courses was easy to follow and the syllabus was straightforward.


Reviewed: 9/22/2022

Degree: Nursing

Great experience. Very knowledgeable Professors. Thinking of going further in my education. The modules were user friendly. I’ve been out of school for many years but I was able to catch on and stay. I am looking forward to future should I decide to continue.

Nancy Collins

Reviewed: 9/19/2022

Degree: Nursing

ARE YOU THINKING OF DOING AN ADN TO BSN PROGRAM AT PURDUE GLOBAL* ACCELERATED TRACK, DO NOT EVEN LOOK AT THIS PROGRAM, and this is my experience and I'll explain. This is coming from a Purdue Global (adn to bsn alumni that went through the program). Do not do this program. I am a full-time travel nurse, who needed a BSN to work in Magnet Hospitals. This program is a joke and held me back in my life with getting my BSN. There are other programs that are A LOT FASTER and do not need the requirements... Read More


Reviewed: 7/16/2021

Degree: Nursing

The best experience ever!! I'm glad I chose Purdue and I will recommend this college to my friends and family. Thank you Purdue for the wonderful experience and the awesome instructors. I can't believe I will be graduating in August of 2021! class of 2021


Reviewed: 5/8/2021

Degree: Nursing

I completed the RN to BSN degree. PROS: The classes were self-paced, so I was able to take as few as 10 credits and as many as 22 credits in the 10-week Excel Track terms. I liked that I could be working on several classes at the same time. The classes were not difficult, just time-consuming. I would say that 90% of the BSN assignments were papers and PowerPoints, mostly covering nursing theory. It became quite redundant by the final term, but wasn't difficult. Everything is self-taught. I didn't... Read More


Reviewed: 5/3/2021

Degree: Nursing

This PG online RN-BSN programs worked very well for my busy schedule. It was flexible and I was able to complete it at my own pace. I started on the traditional track and from a casual suggestion from one of the instructors I switched to the Exceltrak and I gained so much momentum in completing my courses, I think I averaged one course (credit) per week, maybe even, if rarely I was able to complete two. Most of the assignments offered flexibility so that the content I explored was related to what... Read More

Melissa Short

Reviewed: 4/21/2021

Degree: Nursing

Being in a program geared towards working adults I found it somewhat difficult that the instructors do not generally work on the weekends when many have more time to focus on school. Some instructors did grade/respond on weekends which was very helpful. However overall it was nice to be able to study at my own pace and finish my program in 30 weeks.


Reviewed: 4/21/2021

Degree: Nursing

When I came back after 2 years to finish my degree I was lied to about how many classes I had left, what my financial out of pocket would be. Nobody knew their jobs, I still owe to get my degree but I’m waiting on my tax reign because the amount was so much greater than I was originally told it would be. Can’t get straight answers out of anyone. It’s been a mess. Teachers and classes are fine. I get all A’s

Rachael S. Gaylord-Cargill

Reviewed: 3/4/2021

Degree: Nursing

The process to start school here was so easy and efficient. Everyone I spoke with was upbeat and I felt truly cared about me as a student. I was able to maneuver the on-line classes with ease an I’m proud of myself for finishing my BSN goal. I am now preparing to get my Masters and should start in April. I recommend Purdue University Global to everyone who asks me where I go to school. Thank you to all of the excellent staff!


Reviewed: 1/6/2020

Degree: Nursing

I completed the BSN Excel Track in roughly 17 months with a 4 month break to have a baby. Not a bad program. Although BSN programs are leadership, research, and paper driven....the work felt like busy work, the professors pretty much gave you an A if you didn't plagiarize, misspell, and had the components. No real discussions happen or collaboration between yourself, instructor, or classmate. Overall, if your advancing to an MSN or FNP, then its an easy and quick way to get your BSN achieved. No... Read More


Reviewed: 8/25/2019

Degree: Nursing

Don’t. Sounds like a good “deal.” They are NOT flexible as if this is a badge of honor. Modules and assignments were mismatched, rubrics sometimes not even applying to the assignment, but it’s your job to still figure it out! Leadership is unorganized, and upper grad faculty are there to show you how “smart” they are, and how “little” you are. This is absolutely the number one statement I could make! Inflexible for working families, yet one of their selling points is flexibility with working. I didn’t... Read More


Reviewed: 6/19/2018

Degree: Nursing

I am impressed with how organized the program has been. Ive had no problems with financial aid, professors, or tech support.The school is very organized and it isnt study at your own pace. I would recommend Purdue Global University to any of my peers, family, and friends.


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