Wayne State University is known for their excellent health care studies. Their College of Nursing is no exception. While their reputation carries weight within the community, the college itself is unorganized and impersonal. Our advising office for my... Read More years of attendance (2011-20014) was in shambles, and I have not heard good reports since that time as well. They gave poor, and sometimes downright false information which lead to the need of going through several different channels for a simple answer. They could offer no help if you needed assistance in financial aid and would refer you to the general university financial services department which was always extremely busy. If the administrative portion of this college would have been more organized, informed, and easier to deal with, I would have loved this college experience. Unfortunately because this was not the case, my nursing school experience was pretty hellish. The professors (with the exception of one) were all outstanding and extremely knowledgeable. I came out of my undergraduate degree running circles around nurses who had been doing the job for years, decades even, because I was so well prepared by the College of Nursing.
I had many required classes and did not have as much of a choice as I would have liked in class selection. My biggest disappointment in this program was in the advising. I changed advisors several times as I found them unhelpful and they just did not... Read More thoroughly answer questions or actually GIVE ADVICE! There should have been far more emphasis on matching students to skills as in: should I select web design for librarians and is this for ME? Should I pursue childrens' librarianship, AND of vital importance, which areas will have the greatest number of jobs after graduation. Students should work in the field before going to grad school! I cannot stress this enough and tell this to every student I meet, in every major.