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Chamberlain College of Nursing in Atlanta, GA - page 77

has anyone attended or is currently attending chamberlain college of nursing in atlanta? if so, how is it? any info would be greatly appreciated. i am currently attending a technical college and have... Read More

  1. Visit  msparis profile page
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    Quote from nursegos

    Talk to advisor andout the chamberlain loan
    Yea I talked to an advisor and I was sent a form to fill out after I sent my loan denial letters. Now I just have to find someone to put as a consigner on the school loan.
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    Quote from msparis

    Yea I talked to an advisor and I was sent a form to fill out after I sent my loan denial letters. Now I just have to find someone to put as a consigner on the school loan.
    The loan isn't credit based, so someone without good credit can cosign.
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    Quote from REECIEcup19

    The loan isn't credit based, so someone without good credit can cosign.
    Have you known anyone else that had to resort to the option. He said I would have to pay a minimum of $80 a month I hope it won't be more than that.
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    Have you known anyone else that had to resort to the option. He said I would have to pay a minimum of $80 a month I hope it won't be more than that.
    I almost had to get it. It's $80 but a high interest rate. And I think it has to be paid 5 years after graduation. That's why its a last resort.
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    Quote from msparis

    Have you known anyone else that had to resort to the option. He said I would have to pay a minimum of $80 a month I hope it won't be more than that.
    High interest rate sucks, but $80 a month isn't bad. I was looking into one that was $250 why does school have to be so expensive? We're going to be nurses, and save people's lives! Give us a break!!!!!!
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    High interest rate sucks, but $80 a month isn't bad. I was looking into one that was $250 why does school have to be so expensive? We're going to be nurses, and save people's lives! Give us a break!!!!!!
    You can say that again!!!!!! Why so much? Cousin is a nurse and has been for five years. She said once done with school it was all worth it especially when you have a passion for it.
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    thanks much nursegos.
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    Quote from msparis

    You can say that again!!!!!! Why so much? Cousin is a nurse and has been for five years. She said once done with school it was all worth it especially when you have a passion for it.
    Ohhhh yea I'm sure it will be all worth it and I can't wait but tuition especially at chamberlain is terrifying!!

    My aunt and sister in law are both nurses and they seem to think chamberlain is a very good school though!!!!
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    Quote from Kdrenee

    Ohhhh yea I'm sure it will be all worth it and I can't wait but tuition especially at chamberlain is terrifying!!

    My aunt and sister in law are both nurses and they seem to think chamberlain is a very good school though!!!!
    For the price of tuition is better be an amazing program lol😀
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    Quote from msparis

    For the price of tuition is better be an amazing program loldde00
    Yea no s**t!! Lol
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    Quote from msparis

    For the price of tuition is better be an amazing program loldde00
    Yeahh no s**t!!!! Lol
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    Quote from REECIEcup19
    The loan isn't credit based, so someone without good credit can cosign.
    How much can you borrow in a life time?
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    Quote from angelgh

    How much can you borrow in a life time?
    $20,000

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