1. the tuition depending on the program you choose will range in 50-70K as you pay for the tuition it all DEPENDS on your income and what really blown my mind off is the LV or BSN program tuition costs is around $100k something dollars. WOW! Those tuition pays are similar to a career pay in an actual job itself, I was shocked that my tuition is $40k, and I was nervous about enrolling, once I agreed there was no turning back. Another is background checks, when working on the background checks you have to pay after you answer all the questions for the background checks. You'll be surprised how much you have to pay when enrolling to this school, and once you pay, you're in it for the long wrong. 2. Breaks, events, and planning a trip: after a term is finished you only have 1 week of break, and it's back to school as a new term starts. The only time you have a 2-week break is Christmas and new years because breaks for this school are based off important dates. THOUGH, what really blew my mind is on November, we have class on Veterans Day, like seriously, it's a day that we celebrate our veterans that served in 6 branches of the military, like seriously CNI why not give 1 day of break to celebrate our veterans. Another is 4th of July, we had school on 4th of July which is seriously ridiculous because why are we having a class on that day when we could be having a break to celebrate. Lastly, if you're planning for a trip with your family, YOU! Have to check in WITH THE FACULTY! And the school is on your *** all the time if you don't check in. (Sometimes I don't want to check in because it's my personal family privacy trip and I have to check in because they mark who's present or absent). Like, why the *** ! Do you faculty care of what we do in our own lives, don't you all got a sense of respect for others privacy, and sometimes I don't want to check in with the faculty? Lastly, when we finish a term, we only get 1 week break, and it's off to classes again (not a single faculty doesn't send an email regards about our condition in classes), and the assistant for MRI sends in things late for classes, and the school is rushed. 3. Coming into campus for book pick-ups and appointments (uniform or street clothes): One time I had to get my 2nd or 3rd dose, I was running a little bit late like 5 minutes because my uniform was in the wash and I had to my wear my street clothes which I normally were. Upon my arrival, in campus, as I was greeted with a pretending smile by two receptionists and I checked in for 2nd or 3rd dose appointment. The second time I had to go to campus is when my former computer teacher said there was a "UNKNOWN MAN IN ALL BLACK" entering campus last week and I explained to him that was me because I was running late, most of the students in the MRI program when going in for appointments they were wearing street clothes and how come I was the only one who got reported by front desk. 4. Anatomy & P, Physics: for those classes it's a stressful, tiring, and energy wasting classes. To start off for A&P, the professor didn't introduce himself to the class (he was recently hired after my first term after math, eenlist and computer) he got straight into the lecture and DID NOT explain his teaching style, a little about himself, and HE DOES not ask if we are ok, how are you feeling. His teaching style is basically, he would spend an 1 hour 30 minutes on a slide and hop between topics, all the to the beginning as it was consuming time, and he would give us 1-2 minutes on each slide and on top of that when we ask him to spend 10 minutes he would give like a mean attitude facial expression. Lastly he would MAKE everything perfect to fit in the 4-10pm 6 hour lectures, instead of him teaching us and caring for the students, he would just continue doing the same habit. One time on the first or second day of A&P he didn't let us go for break, and he proceeded to teach until 10PM. CNI COLLEGE hire an applicant who cares about their students well-being, who's compassionate, and understands them. Second, in physics it's very unorganized, after lectures we would have quizzes right after and the days were Thursday and Fridays, no time to study it was straight up like after lecture its quizzes now, what really blew off/shocked me the most is 3-5 attempts under 20-40 minutes, that's ridiculous why would the school give us many attempts on quizzes that range 20-60 minutes and all the answers were found differing website quizzes. Lastly, the professor has bad internet and the majority of the class is the internet of his is lagging/breaking up and telling stories that are not relevant to the topic of physics. When we ask the professor to review the incorrect answers and why they're hidden his answer was, "oh it's the school' policy and for privacy reasons, I cannot do that because it's the policy" me hearing this, I'm like wow, you're the professor, it's your responsibility to help us learn & correct my mistakes and what to do next time when we have another test, another is to teach us step-by-step, give us assign topics to read and take notes, and we teach ourselves and be prepared. 5. WHY 4-10pm classes and switching days: I don't the point of having 4-10pm of 6 hour classes and switching schedules, these classes got me confused with the hours because what is the whole point of having 6 hour classes until 10pm and Thur & Friday I'm never taking it again. P.S. I feel like these professors are trying to make all the lectures perfect to reach 6-hours and I disagree as well, confused of having 6-10pm classes. The schedules had changed my body physically, in the morning I feel tired and at night I'm wake, thought I try to sleep at my normal sleep schedule of regaining the habit of returning to my normal schedule. CNI COLLEGE DO BETTER AND RESPECT STUDENTS, AS WELL THEIR PRIVACY. IF THEY DON'T WANT TO TELL YOU WHAT THEIR PLANS ARE IN THEIR LIVES, WE DON'T HAVE TO TELL YOU.
User's recommendation: Research Cal states, UC or Community colleges, some of these colleges offer them and depending the changes apply early for appointments and think about the money you're going to spend.