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- by LETRN Mar 4, '10I went to a private college for my BSN and I'm in the hole nearly $45K
Looking back, I wish I would have not been so impatient and applied at a nearby public university...but I was afraid I'd be stuck on a waiting list for ever and a day. Ah, well.
How about you?
- Mar 4, '10 by redbeansoriginally 50k, but i couldn't decide what wanted to do and that's 7 years of school, now i 'm going back for nursing. i on'y owe 45k now. went to a public university.
- Mar 4, '10 by tigerlily345$50,000. Private University. Accelerated 2nd degree program.
- Mar 4, '10 by rnto?Umm, I went public and owe 75K. *headdesk* This number makes me scared to go back to school.
- Mar 4, '10 by slowrunner$30k under my name and now my mom expects me to pay for the loans that she took out for me, which is another $45K... and I went to a private university and dormed for the first two years
- Mar 4, '10 by Rednights50K BSN
- Mar 4, '10 by locolorenzo2228K, prereqs and nursing program for a Associates degree at community college.
- Mar 4, '10 by AndieWokei worked full time in a snf to pay as much tuition as possible and my personal bills (which is an experience that i never ever hope to repeat) and returned to school full time for two years straight, 3 semesters a year to get my bsn. it was rough, i had a really crummy living situation but it was almost free so i stuck it out. after all of that i owe 16k in subsidized loans and am hoping not to have permanent hypertension. but i haven't seen a movie in years, been to a bar, whooped it up, dated anyone, and i wear thrift store clothes and walmart clearance items, except for my shoes.
i plan to continue living very frugally and paying off my loans this year and maxing out my retirement contributions too. i am blessed to have a job and intend to make the most of it!
- Mar 4, '10 by RunningRNBSN~ $60,000 and I did my BSN at a public school.
However, the first few years of my schooling was at a very expensive public school until I transferred. I have been living on my own since I was 18 and have had to pay for school myself on top of all of your regular living expenses, thus I had to take some money out for living.
I went to school with a guy who walked out of school with his BSN with $160K! He went crazy with loans and would take out up to $15 - 20K a semester to live off of AND he worked. Him and his wife lived a lifestyle that was over the top... everyone warned him about taking out so many loans but he said he could pay them back after school. He can't even afford his student loan payment and he is considering joining the military because they would pay off $50K of his student debt.