Concorde vs DSON - page 3
I have narrowed my choices down to either Concorde or DSoN for my RN. I will not need to do pre-reqs (all will be done by the end of summer), does anyone have opinions on which is better and why?... Read More
0May 13, '09 by tlt0616castilme,
Can i ask hen you attended the LPN program at concorde? I am set to start there in August. I had heard a few bad things about their program and it had made me a little nervous. I want to go on to get my RN ( it just isn't financiallly posiible for me to right now) and was wondering if you know of any other schools accept transferred credits from concorde? Also, have you had a hard time finding a job? I would greatly appreciate feedback from anyone with any input in regards to this. Thanks in advance.
0May 17, '09 by Peeker19I am a current student at FRCC Westminster (LOVE IT! :redpinkhe)and I cannot imagine spending the kind of money it takes to go to Concorde or DSN. I am getting the same education for roughly 15000 (with living expenses) at FRCC. I know that DSN has the bachelors but for me it was not worth it. Good luck to you.
1May 17, '09 by Niecystewka_RNThe price is much cheaper, but like for me in which I graduated from DSON Dec. 07... who in the HeCk wants to wait 4+ years to get into nursing school. It goes both ways. I have already paid off half my school loan w/i my first year of nursing!!
1May 17, '09 by albpreemieRNQuote from Niecystewka_RNThe price is much cheaper, but like for me in which I graduated from DSON Dec. 07... who in the HeCk wants to wait 4+ years to get into nursing school. It goes both ways. I have already paid off half my school loan w/i my first year of nursing!!
I agree with you. It may be cheaper but getting into school faster and working sooner pays off the loan. Plus, for me, getting my BSN in 21 months was a perk. I don't want to have to go back to school once I'm working as an RN.