I obtainted a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Bellarmine University in 2011. I feel the faculty and staff really cared about their students success and future. I would recommend this University to anyone.
The small student to teacher ratio. It helps with getting to know your professors and not feeling like you can't get to know them and not feeling like you are just another student. This relationship should help not only with getting to know them, but with helping your academic career while you are here. Your professors are here to help you learn and get a profeesion with your major. Get to know them and learn what they can do to help you succeed.
The best thing about Bellarmine is their campus, it is new and very clean. Everytime I'm on their campus I feel like I am at home, and that I belong there.
Bellarmine is a very good private school and if you are interested in Business, Nursing, Physical Therapy, or something within the field of these mentioned categories then Bellarmine is the place for you. The class sizes are small so the teachers know you by name, and the campus is small as well so you get the know everyone. By the end of your time there you will have met some of the best people just like you who you will be freinds with for life. Bellarmine also offers a great study abroad program.
I love how my school is in the heart of Louisville, yet still in a smaller residential area close to several parks and away from the hustle of the city. The school itself is a great size, not too small or large for my learning environment. The campus is on a hill which helps out with keeping the pounds off that most college students gain by living on campus. Everyone on campus is extremely friendly and helpful including the students.
Small class sizes and close networks of friends are the best things.
I think the best thing about my school is the ability to meet new people and to get to know new people on campus easily.
The help from teachers and staff. You can always find the person you need.
The small size and the community atmosphere it fosters.
The classes are small in general, which means it's faily easy to ask the teacher of help if needed or ask questions.
The best thing at my school are the teachers and students relationships having to do with learning. The teachers seem to really care about the students education and will do all that is possible to make sure they pass a course.
I don't feel as if I am just another student. I can actually talk to a teacher and they really do seem to care.
The best things was the small class sizes. There were usually only 15-25 kids in each of my classes and it made it easier to get individual attention if you needed it.
It has a very friendly environment with people who are eager to learn. The campus is very friendly and the faculty love being able to help out their students.
The best thing about my school, I'd have to say is the availability of the professors and their willingness to help students.
The best thing about Bellarmine University was the teachers. They are amazing. I recently had to transfer to the University of Kentucky for financial issues. Bellarmine was obvisouly too expensive. I really miss the teachers and hands on learning they incorporated into their classes. I still talk to several of the teachers that teach their and plan on going to visit them during off seasons. The teacher really know how to TEACH and not just give you a book and say read. The labs they taught were very helpful for research and interships.
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