I don't mean to "butt in" on this conversation; but I do have some questions that maybe you folks can help me with! I am considering application with Frontier for the May 2011 begining class (maybe earlier). I, too am 40, work full time (although in a very "cushy" job) and will be down to 1 13 year old daughter at home (my boys are 23, 20 & 19). I was really concerned about my ability to carry the full time school load AND work (I can't drop hours or quit). So, I have some questions of those of you that are "in the thick of it" so to speak.
1. How many hours do you spend on homework/studies each week?
2. How difficult was the acceptance process?
3. Do you feel that the education you are receiving is a good quality?
4. What would you change about your program?
5. What is the very best thing, in your opinion about Frontier?
I will graduate in May with my BSN from Liberty University and am not able to enroll in Frontier until I have 1 year paid back to my employer for my current scholarship award.
I really appreciate ANYONE who is willing to take the time to respond to these questions as I evaluate all of my options. So far, I really like Frontier, and it would take a lot of bad feedback to change my mind.