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Introducing Chamberlain University's New Online Community

Try the enhanced My Chamberlain portal experience—our online community for current and future nurses, healthcare professionals and leaders.

The Information You Need, When You Need It

The Chamberlain student portal community, My Chamberlain, has everything you need to easily manage your academic experience, including personalized content and communications, new ways to network and connect with other students, on-demand support options, and an easy-to-navigate design.

Take Control of the Application Process

This new online community was designed to make it easier than ever to manage the application process from start to finish. My Chamberlain's application tracker walks you through every step while providing opportunities to check your status, manage critical documents and save your progress.

Network and Connect

This alumni community offers a personalized, central location for you to access important alumni information, including transcripts and student records. You can also use the My Chamberlain portal to connect with fellow alumni, browse opportunities you may find interesting, and discover ways to get involved in the community—including mentorship, preceptor and ambassador programs.

Finding an effective strategy for how to take notes in nursing school is essential to success in nursing school – allowing you to effectively absorb and review lecture materials. We quizzed professional nurse tutors, managers of our Center for Academic Success (CAS), students and our Facebook community to bring you 7+ ways you can improve your nursing student notes this term.

At Chamberlain, we don’t offer a diploma or an associate level program. We’re proud of how our 3-Year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) students perform on the NCLEX-RN. Chamberlain’s 2020 national average NCLEX first-time pass rate for the BSN program was 90.71%, which is above the NCSBN national average.

The path to finding a nursing job after graduation is easier when you’re prepared. And when you feel properly prepared for interview questions, you can then let your personality shine. Remember, you never get a second chance to make a first impression when you’re looking for new grad NP jobs. So how do you present yourself as the best candidate every step of the way?