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This is a discussion on would it really make a difference? in General Nursing Student, part of Nursing Student ... My job does tuition reimbursement and I have already started school without going through that...by luvmykids0810 Jul 28, '12My job does tuition reimbursement and I have already started school without going through that whole process of waiting til they approve me and all that. But my director says that I can still apply and they will pay the rest of the way til i am done with my bachelors. Now im not sure when that process will be done and I will get the approval or denial but I didnt want to wait a year just for them to say yes or no.
So, my question is... Would it really make a difference if i am approved and they pay for my Nursing courses? Because by the time the process will be over, I will be done with my pre-reqs and will only have the core nursing classes to go. I was thinking about just finishing paying for my education on my own like ive been doing because I dont want to sign a contract making me stay with this hospital for 3 more years. Just for the core nursing classes.Poll: should i pay or not?
yes, and just sign the contract
No, you've already went this far.
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- Jul 28, '12 by Bloomgirl118If I had the chance, and liked my employer, I would definitely do that. It could take some financial pressure off and you wouldn't have to worry about financial aid. And if you have the contract, you know you'll have a job. Good luck!
- Aug 5, '12 by Gbfan12I would reAlly consider it if you like your employer and also get all the facts of the contract. I realize you have already paid for pre req classes and you only have nursing left but nursing classes and everything for that is expensive. I paid thousands of dollars for just nursing books alone. I would ask the employer what all they will pay for because I have heard some will pay for when you are trying for licensure with your board of nursing and Pearson vue to set up to the the Nclex. I know some will also pay for Kaplan class to prepare for nclex I would ask beforehand if they do because that is about $400 if you were planing to take Kaplan after you graduate. Just ask your employer all the questions you want to know about the contract before you sign and also make sure you pay attention to what you would have to give back if later on you decide you have to break the contract.