Im still attending Rasmussen, Ocala campus. I graduate in 6 months. They have conditional approval, which means when they graduate "X" amount of people, they will have full approval. Its a good school. The classes are small, and there is one on one instruction. We have a good variety of clinicals at the area hospitals. To get in, you have to get a pretty good score on the HESI. Im not sure what that score is. Like all schools
, and new programs, there are gliches, but they are getting worked out. Since this is a private school, the tuition is ALOT higher than the community college. That is a factor to consider. They are regionally accredited and the credits will transfer to another school, but it is up to whatever school if they will accept the credits since it is a private school.
Hope this helps.
By the way, for the other poster, as far as I know there is no bridge program. It is RN only. The Pasco County campus has an LPN program.