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- by amyrm Feb 14, '09Hi everyone,
I know that there are some negative comments about Sanford Brown in St Peters Missouri here, but I am still thinking about it. I would love to hear from anyone who was an LPN in Illinois and went through the LPN to RN program in St Peters and was successful. I have been an LPN for 10 years and I think that this program would be ideal for me. I could work during the day and go to school at night. I was wondering how long you have to have your MO license before you apply for an IL license and if employers commented on where you graduated from? Thanks so much.
- Mar 12, '09 by dbacon0328Just graduated today. The program has its ups and downs. But it really worked for a working mother of 3 like me. Going on for my BSN there. Will be done with that May 2010.
- Aug 29, '09 by dbacon0328I just graduated from the RN program and I can't stop my phone from ringing! No problem finding a job. Work in PCU at hospital right up the street and applying for IL license as we speak.
- Feb 7, '11 by barnettdcmIt's nice to see some positive comments about Sanford Brown. I'm considering their BSN program. I'm a mom of 3 little ones, ages 7 months-4 years and can't afford tuition and daycare for a regular day program. I've completed almost all prereqs (general ed) at UMSl incase I want to go back there for my MSN- but i'm pretty positive i'll be satisfied with the BSN. I'd love to see more views on Sanford Brown's BSN program from people that went there.
- Feb 7, '11 by SMOKEY2112Is this school in IL? What city is it in?
- Feb 8, '11 by barnettdcmSanford Brown has several locations. I know the one in St. Peters, MO has a BSN program now and the cost is actually comparable to UMSL, Maryville and BJCON, if not less than a couple of those (tuition and fees are listed on their website now). I think there's a Sanford Brown in Collinsville, IL. I'm not sure if they're now offering the BSN program or if they have an RN program.
- Mar 15, '11 by chorkleSanford Brown, if not in BSN mode, is more or less everywhere.
My experience with their "secretarial" graduates has been, ah, poor.