I'm part of the nursing program here at AUHS. I have enjoyed my experienced thus far. The school is small but it's steadily growing. They have pretty good clinical sites ranging from Kaiser Permanent South Bay, Torrance Memorial, Metropolitan, Fountain Valley, Garden Grove. The Dean of the school is a PhD holder from UCLA and all the professors either have a masters or PhD. Their teaching is solid. Sometimes there are bit of mis communication and misunderstandings. What I really like about this school is that it's flexible enough to work a full time or part time hospital job. Now that's key if you work as a LVN or CNA in a hospital and get your BSN well you just ensure yourself nursing spot since you already have a foot in the door. I work at 2 acute hospital settings and still able to get pretty good grades. They have ATI system which keeps the students on their toes and have Kaplan NCLEX review when your about to take NCLEX. So far our latest cohort that graduated has all passed their NCLEX, so that's a solid sign. The way I see it is if you are really proactive in seeking a job you will find one. Overall the school is solid and I'm pleased with the direction I'm heading.