I am a CNM student in Frontier's ADN-MSN bridge program. I chose Frontier because of the bridge program, their extensive experience with offering a high quality distance education, and the loyalty demonstrated to the school by former grads. I am now in my 3rd term (well past the honeymoon phase
), and I feel it is a great school. I had the opportunity to meet my classmates at Frontier Bound, the on-campus orientation. We have remained in close contact throughout our courses and many of us are now friends. We chat on facebook as well as the school forums. I feel very supported and the instructors are great.
I don't feel Frontier is more expensive than most graduate schools, but if money is a big factor in your choice, a local university may be what you're looking for. I can say with certainty that you'll feel you are part of a family at Frontier, and having that kind of support network behind me as I struggle through the tough parts of grad school is , to me, priceless. Good luck in your search, and your decision.