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Chamberlain University

294 Reviews

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73% of 294 students said this degree improved their career prospects
63% of 294 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Average Financial Aid: $6,763

Accreditation: Chamberlain University is acredited by 4 agencies

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Bachelor's Degrees

Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $22,375 $70,883 70

Master's Degrees

Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $41,275 $93,445 39

Doctoral Degrees

Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing Not Reported $112,936 45

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Amanda L

Reviewed: 5/14/2023

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

I received my BSN through this school and had no complaints. Now I am in the middle of earning my FNP and I have nothing nice to say. The department to approve the clinical sites is in no way accessible to the students. They have my site approval on hold for the second semester in a row for no reason. It is the same site that I was going to and the site is approved for future semesters. I have called multiple times. Spoken to multiple people that just say, "We cannot do anything, give them a few... Read More

Clay Parry

Reviewed: 5/12/2023

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Acute Care)

Jerked everyone around. Never answer the phone. Hangs up. Not responsive at all. Almost everyone I met in my classes share the same opinion. They are awful. Even when we tried to rate the classes. They would not let you select below an eight. Many hiccups in the software used which had negative implications on our grade. Rejected clinical work with only two weeks to spare so we were forced to wait on taking the class. No help on any of this from the councils or school.


Reviewed: 5/12/2023

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

The first year was great. You learn at your own pace and can still work full-time. Some professors truly care and others are nonexistent. As many others have written NR509 was incredibly challenging. There are two exams that cover an immense amount of material that just can not be learned entirely in 4 weeks. The study guide is vague and essentially pointless. I submitted practicum information early and on time. Some even a year in advance. ELC did not finish the completion of my clinical site approval... Read More


Reviewed: 5/5/2023

Degree: Social Work

Steer clear of this school, I wish I would have done my research for this school. The academic support advising is a joke and I can never get ahold of financial aid office. I wanted to drop out of this school as soon as I began because there is no structure whatsoever with classes and the instructors rarely get back with you. This college is a joke and I wish I would have never applied here for my Master’s in Social Work. I am currently in the process of dropping out, but I need to get ahold of financial... Read More

Jose Furtado

Reviewed: 5/5/2023

Degree: Nursing

If you are looking for a university that does not meet application deadlines. That will delay your graduation. It has bad management. Chamberlain University is the university you are looking for. They are always behind on their applications and say they are working to improve. But it never got better. It got worse.


Reviewed: 4/18/2023

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

This school is horrible. The environment for the first few classes is great and very easily manageable even if you double up on classes and work a full-time job. Something changes once you enter NR 509, things just get terrible. No one answers the phones for experiential learning coordination(ELC)to help coordinate contracts with school and practicum sites. They are so slow at getting back to you to tell you that you are missing things to the point that many people I know have had to take time off... Read More


Reviewed: 4/10/2023

Degree: Nursing

I’ve had my ADN for 4 years and decided to get my BSN during the pandemic since I had more time at home. I was very anxious and worried that I was getting into a big mistake based on the reviews, but I loved it! All my ADN credits transferred. I got my BSN in 10 months taking 2 classes at a time each 8 weeks, except the first 8 weeks to test it out. In the end the program cost me about 15k but I got 3500 plus book reimbursement from my work place as well as a good amount back on my tax return. I... Read More

Beth Frank

Reviewed: 4/5/2023

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Adult Psychiatric-Mental Health)

Chamberlain has made going back to school while working full time a very achievable endeavor. There is always someone available by email, phone, or chat whenever I need assistance or information. The resources have been amazing; from tutoring to essay review, APA format assistance and general guidance has been outstanding. I attended another university for my BSN and I struggled trying to figure it all out, but Chamberlain lets you know what is expected and when, which is half the battle!

Linda DeZubiria

Reviewed: 4/3/2023

Degree: Nursing

I am so happy I applied to Chamberlain University. They supported me in every aspect of my journey. I returned to school after many years and they made the whole process as stress free as possible. The professors are absolutely brilliant and understanding that we work full time positions with family obligation. I wish I had not feared this process and enrolled sooner.

Brandi L

Reviewed: 3/30/2023

Degree: RN to BSN

Chamberlain has helped me achieve my higher education goals. Classes are designed to help each student succeed, Professors are helpful and easily accessible. I have been able to maintain a good work/school/life balance while attending Chamberlain. I highly recommend checking out their programs!