Nursing students transferring to Apollo College (Boise)

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    Question! So, I am a CSI nursing student who has finished half of the program. I HATE it with a passion and am looking to transfer to something different such as Apollo college in Boise. I have all my pre reqs done for RN and 50% of a program completed and an associate's in applied science. Does anyone know if this effects the prices and length of finishing the RN program? Thanks so much!

    A nursing girl.
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    Why???

    Unless you are going to fail, stick it out! Why pay 3 times as much tuition? Why sacrifice the distance you have come? Why would you give up a seat in a program that hundreds of other students didn't get?

    The grass isn't going to be greener at another school (especially Apollo College). You are almost there "stick it out".

    I'm sure this is not what you wanted to hear, nor did it answer your question. This is just good advice.

    Good Luck to You in whatever you decide to do!
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    Quote from a_nursing_girl
    question! so, i am a csi nursing student who has finished half of the program. i hate it with a passion and am looking to transfer to something different such as apollo college in boise. i have all my pre reqs done for rn and 50% of a program completed and an associate's in applied science. does anyone know if this effects the prices and length of finishing the rn program? thanks so much!

    a nursing girl.
    nursing girl,

    we can accept credit on an individual basis. you will need to contact the school directly to determine what we can accept and credit back for you. call directly at 877-205-1458 and ask for the nursing specialist in boise or go to http://apollo.edu/programs/medical-rn.php and fill out an inquiry form. they will be able to help you figure out what will transfer and how we can help.

    good luck - i hope we can help.

    note:
    each of the apollo college campuses is institutionally accredited by the accrediting council for independent colleges and schools (acics - http://www.acics.org), 750 first st ne, suite 980, washington, dc 20002, (202) 336-6780, to award associate of science degrees, associate of occupational studies degrees, diplomas, and certificates.

    the accrediting council for independent colleges and schools is listed as a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the united states department of education and is recognized by the council for higher education accreditation.


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