I have a really complicated case here. I obtained a degree from a 4 year state college with a poor gpa of 2.3. Nevertheless, I got into a community college nursing program and just finished 15 credits with a 3.867gpa with only 4 out of the 15 credits being the nursing class. I have 4 more classes that takes 2 more years to complete and unlike the first nursing course I took, these involve clinicals. I am very upset at myself for losing the 4.0 when I just started the nursing class. In the midst of this, my parents decided to move to Hawaii. Does anyone know if any 4 year nursing college in Hawaii will transfer the classes I took at a 4 year institution and at least one clinical I will be taking at the community college? To keep things short my main goal was to become a crna like many people do and I've read in posts that one isn't even considered without a 4.0. Despite the fact that a RN diploma in combination with my 4 year degree will consider me eligible to get a Masters, I've read a BSN is required. Hypothetically speaking, I am not sure if crna schools will count a 4.0gpa from a community college mixed with a 2.3gpa from the B.A. Now, I am not interested in an accelerated nursing program because I feel that I won't make the gpa. Yet, I would like to graduate in 2 years and was hoping that someone would know if any 4 year school in Hawaii would facilitate this transfering concept I have in mind. Thank you for taking the time to read this!