JPU Student Testimonials

Maggie Carson (2018 Graduate)

I wanted more in my career and was hesitant to go back to school. I was a mom of three with the smallest being 6-months old when I started school. I talked to several graduates with children prior to making my decision. All students that I spoke with made my decision very easy. JPU was the route to take. I needed the flexibility of staying home and taking classes from my own computer.

JPU is also very family-oriented, another huge bonus.

Maggie Carson

It was exciting to begin coursework and planning for dosimetry. JPU has the latest technology and instructors from all over the U.S., because of this you can learn so many ways to accomplish the same great plan. Everybody is very friendly and willing to help, even after you graduate. I sped through the program taking full credit hours each semester. I worked my part time job, served as a mother to my children, and completed all my clinical hours by the time I graduated in December. I continuously told myself it was for a short period of time and I could push through. I then took and passed my MDCB board exam in April and welcomed our 4th baby in May. I wouldn’t have been able to do this with any other school!

Nathan (2016 Graduate)
As we grow in life, everyone needs to find growth in their career. Currently, as the only military student, I found a school that actually understands my needs, JPU, not just a school, but a place where learning goes back to its fundamental roots. The faculty is composed of highly respected individuals who dedicated their lives to finding ways for goodness.

They are not just teaching, they are mentors in the field where the utmost dedication and passion is required to achieve excellence.

Nathan

Medical Physics and Nanomedicine are the future for fighting cancer and JPU is the vehicle. Marie Curie said it best: “Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood.”

Leigh Worsley (2012 Graduate)
JPU is a wonderful option for working professionals to further their career in the “online” educational setting.

Brent and the staff are fully dedicated to making sure I succeed in my schooling and in my career.

Leigh Worsley

As a full-time, working, single mother, JPU makes it possible for me to take the courses I need for my Master’s Degree but still work and raise my children. JPU has the highest quality professors available in the medical physics field and I can’t say enough about how wonderful the program has been. I would highly recommend JPU to anyone thinking about going back to school and working at the same time. They have become like family to me.

Charles Walls (2010 Graduate)
Most JPU instructors are also currently practicing clinicians in this field.

Not only do they do an excellent job of teaching the fundamentals but they bring real-world experience to their lectures.

Charles Walls

In addition, they do an excellent job of keeping students informed on the latest technologies, treatment modalities, procedures, protocols and regulations.

Errik Lemler (2010 Graduate)
The staff’s ability to deliver an array of complex physical subjects in a more elementary manner coupled with the flexibility via the online component has made a challenging program more manageable.

JPU’s master programs are among the most clinically oriented programs in the world and a degree from JPU should hold substantial weight in the medical physics community.

Errik Lemler

I am happy and proud to be a part of this university.

Austin Schneider (2012 Graduate)
I was a student at JPU and in the Medical Physics program. I have received a Manufacturing Engineering Technology degree from Eastern Michigan University.

The courses in the program are rigorous and challenging but are accompanied by knowledgeable professors and staff.

Austin Schneider

The program has a great clinical basis and will prepare me and make me confident when I start working in the field.

Phyllis DeBaun (2017 Graduate)
I always wanted to be a dosimetrist but life just always got in the way. I’ve also been working on my Bachelor’s Degree during my entire career as a radiation therapist. 36 years in the field and never got it completed. JPU allowed me to go to school, continue to work and do my studies at home, and then come to boot camp. Boot camp is intense. It is also awesome. You learn as you would never believe you ever could. It’s like a big family that gets together and the older generations pass it down to the younger generations. And then they’re going to carry the knowledge onto another generation.

You just can’t get a better education anywhere in dosimetry other than coming to JPU.

Phyllis DeBaun

Justin Miller (2017 Graduate)
I entered the medical dosimetry field because I am currently a radiation therapist and I decided that I wanted a new challenge and wanted to proceed further with my oncology career. I chose JPU because I was able to work full-time and then continue obtaining my degree in medical dosimetry. Boot camps are intense, they are long hours but if you come prepared and you get plenty of rest you learn an absolute ton.

The number of people and years of knowledge that are here are unmatched at any university that I’ve been aware of.

Justin Miller

So if you just come here with an open mind and you’re ready to learn, I don’t think that you’d be disappointed. Am I learning? Absolutely. The good thing is that when you graduate from JPU you still have access to all the videos and anything new that may come about. So, if you’re interested in learning they will definitely never stop.