Quote from Stopnik
The BSN pay differential is minimal at the few hospitals that even offer one. Most hospitals have onsite bridge programs - ADN to BSN - where you can get done in 14 months. ASU may be constructing a new building, but they are cutting done on the number of nursing slots in the short-term due to financial reasons (they lose money on nursing students). So a new building has nothing to do with how many slots are available for students.
I would personally get my name in as many programs as possible (ADN, BSN, etc.).
can you tell me more about onsite bridge program?
my situation is... I will be done with my pre- and co-reqs for RN in 3 month. Im just accepted into M. Skill Center, starting in 2 months. after that Im trying to get into Block 3 at SCC or MCC. while Im in these schools, I will take some pre-req for ASU (like patho, nutrition, statistics, etc).
what are the classes like at onsite? isn't it worth taking classes for ASU then? and what hospital offer that program? 14 month includes pre-reqs?
thank you for taking your time.
BTW, happy thanksgiving to everyone!