Saint Louis, MO
Lutheran School of Nursing


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Full of lies, deception, intimidation, discriminatory practices, an absolute oligarchy headed by sexist, biased, racist and g...

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Full of lies, deception, intimidation, discriminatory practices, an absolute oligarchy headed by sexist, biased, racist and greedy faculty. Solely focused on creating financial gain for the year after year bankruptcy filings of its parent organizations knowingly inadequate, intentionally negligent, fraudulent use and abuse of federal educational funding as well as provision of care. Preying on young adults with genuine desire and unmatched ambition to earn their opportunity to serve their communities people with quality healthcare they deserve. They allow students to attain institutional loans in excess of their federally allowed limits and later transfer responsibility for collection and payment of these illegal offerings to the federal government under terms that are intentionally misrepresented in order to create financial gain for the institution. Most often students complete 50-90% of the program before facing unjust, discriminatory treatment which singles them out without being provided legally defined resources required to be made available for exercising their rights under federal law. They consistently misrepresent methods used for meeting state board of nursing required time spent in crucial educational environments in place to advocate for successfully developing skills and attainment of knowledge essential to providing safe and quality care to their communities. Once they have moved students through the majority of the program they create an environment of learning that expects performance at a level which is reached only after practicing for a significant period of time as an already registered nurse. Here they falsify records and refuse students their rights to address and correct them before finally claiming these students have not met standards or have violated ambiguous policies so contradictory in their ever changing so called official documentation even the most experienced legal professionals cannot interpret them in a way that exposes the unlawful and discriminatory practices that they are able to retain financial gains from consumers and leave them with only lost time, wages, confidence and capabilities to utilize the education provided for uses more than their own knowledge while maintaining inconsistent records that are defined with such ambiguity this time and effort put toward increasing ones knowledge of a unique, specialized, underrepresented and highly demanded skill set meant to provide unbiased, compassionate and quality healthcare to their patients as well as their communities. It’s an absolutely disgusting representation of the nuring profession and the difficulty involved with earning the opportunity to be part of a small, passionate, dedicated and selfless group of individuals who dream of devoting their time and skills to the bettering of the lives of those who lack the ability, resources or knowledge to live their best lives

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  • Tuition & Fees
  • $10,000
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  • 100%

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