Please, I'd like to beg
you not to commit to Chamberlain. DeVry University, Inc. purchased them; they are for-profit. In fact, my local DeVry just took the second floor of their university building and converted it for the new Chamberlain program. It is disgustingly expensive. For-profits insitutitions like that no longer have that "edge" niche they used to, wherein they offered night, weekend classes; many regular private and public schools
offer these options now.
Don't make the mistake I made... I attended DeVry for 2 1/2 years for $30k for an ASSOCIATE accounting program that was 6 months longer than intially told... and with nothing more learned than what high school accounting taught me years prior.
Have you exhausted all possible options? Are there no schools within a 30 mile radius that offers nursing?
What leenak said was true, Chamberlain (and their parent DeVry, Inc.) do not give one iota
whether you finish, have to rack up loans, or if you sign up and skip classes. So long as the check clears,...
(ps- I couldn't THINK fast enough to reply this to you! The moment I saw Chamberlain, I mentally screamed, " NOOOOOOO!!!!!!")