Nursingprocess.org - Advertising Disclosure
Last Updated: May 10th, 2020
How Do We Generate Revenue?
As the case with any company, we need to monetize nursingprocess.org to keep our running expenses going. To continue providing high-quality free content to our readers, we generate revenue through advertising partnerships. Advertising does not mean we promote any college or program in any way.
How Does This Work?
Well, the school selection made by our readers on the degree finder tool is shared with partnered colleges and universities. This information helps colleges reach out to potential students, and in return, we may receive compensation. In the bargain, readers who have filled in the selection form are provided with information about various particulars such as tuition costs, financial aid, credit requirements, program start dates, etc by the partnered schools. This information is not independently verified by our team, so we do not guarantee their accuracy. We do not endorse these schools or base our rankings on the information they provide. We let the readers know about the partnered schools by labeling them as "sponsored." The mention of these schools in our ranking list is independent of our partnership.
Our School Rankings are Unbiased and not Influenced
Our rankings are completely unbiased and in no way influenced by any financial partnership with any educational institution. Rankings are purely based on data sourced from relevant sources such as National Center for Education Statistics
, Common Data Set Initiative
, Bureau of Labor Statistics
, and sometimes directly from the college websites that are all known to be very reliable and accurate. Our team then works out our ranking methodology to evaluate colleges based on various factors, the outcome of which is a neutral ranking list that students can refer to for taking the first towards their education and career. We understand how this influences a student's life, and therefore we strictly ensure that no school, college, or university gets any kind of preferential treatment.
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