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This is a discussion on Recommendations fo Colo. nursing programs? in General Nursing Student, part of Nursing Student ... I live in Colorado and am almost done with prenursing classes. I'm struggling to figure out where I...by nmarie1122 Feb 19I live in Colorado and am almost done with prenursing classes. I'm struggling to figure out where I should look at nursing programs. I attend Arapahoe Community College and the program there is only an Associates. I have heard of other programs that are rumored to be quite expensive such as Denver School of Nursing and Platt College. Anyone have info to share or advice? I have to be able to use financial aid and student loans for school. No rich parents to help me out!
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- Feb 19 by JUSTanLPNThere are a plethora of options ahead of you. No matter what route you take, be considerate of your gpa above all else. Personally, I found getting the adn, then bridging to the bsn to be the MOST affordable route. Most bridge programs are online an allow you to work during it. A lot of BSN programs are so intensive working is strongly ill advised. I'm not sure of your region but where i live, north Mississippi, adn programs are rampant and most cost about $1,000 a semester. State schools and other bsn programs cost around $5,000-$6,000/semester for full time status.
Honestly, with the flood of applicants to the medical field, I would apply to every nursing program within a 100mile radius....but that's just me.
Good luck and keep us posted!