Anyone in school in MO?

  1. Just wondering how many of you are in MO. I am attending MO Western in St. Joseph. I just returned to school after about 10 years, have three daughters, and married 8 years. So this is a big adjustment for me. Hopefully I can stick it out!
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  3. by   dlbarns
    I am an L.P.N. Have been one for 15 years. I have recently started my prereqs for the bridge to R.N. program. I am going to East Central College in Union, Mo. Have have three children 7,9, and 12. I have to take it slow in order to get the grades I want. It is difficult but without more education you will not get very far in the medical field. Good luck with school.
  4. by   peaceful2100
    I am in Grandview, Missouri (It is a surburb of Kansas City, Missouri). I go to Rockhurst university/Research college of nursing in Kansas City Missouri. You can do it. Missouri western has a pretty good nursing program. I know a couple people in the nursing program there.
  5. by   BrandyBSN
    Great to see other Missourians out there!

    I am in a BSN program at Truman State University (formerly Northeast Missouri State University) in Kirksville MO.

    I am currently in my Psychiatric and Trauma rotations, and I will be graduating in May

    Since there are a few of us on the boards, are any of you planning on attending Nurse lobby Day on Feb 19th in Jeff City? I will be going with other graduating seniors to speak with our senators. If you are going to be there, let me know and maybe we can meet eachother!

    Good Luck!
    BrandyBSN
  6. by   ashemson
    I didn't think I was the only one here! It's nice to hear from you guys. I really like MWSC, it's a great school. Small, but yet they have alot of options there. Good luck to you all!
  7. by   dianacs
    I plan to start the nursing program at Maryville University in the fall. I live in the St. Louis area. Maryville offers a part-time, evening & weekend BSN program. You have to have all of your prereqs done first, which is what I'm finishing up now. The program takes a little over 2 years, which is fine with me, because I'm not in a hurry and I feel I can better handle a part-time course load. I'm a stay-at-home mom to my 2-year-old son, so I'm glad I found something that would still allow me to be with him during the day!

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Anyone in school in MO?