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  1. 0 Hello! I am currently living in St. Louis and am taking classes to apply for the nursing program. My husband and I are moving to Indiana next year about this time. We are moving to the Plainfield area. I am completely clueless as to what programs are like there. In St Louis you apply and then wait 2 years to begin the program. Does anyone know where I should apply there? I was considering Ivy Tech from what I've found online. I would like an associates and then begin working and go back to get my bachelors. Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated!
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  3. Visit  Vona86 profile page
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    Well It all depends on what degree you would like to get = ASN or BSN

    Indiana University Purdue University of Indianapolis -
    University of Indianapolis -
    Marion University - School of Nursing

    Ivy Tech - Nursing - Ivy Tech Community College

    I would recommend BSN because IU Hospital is making ASN RN get a BSN in the next 5 years

    Hope that helps!
  4. Visit  gabi1787 profile page
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    Yes I would prefer a BSN. I will look into those schools. Thank you very much!
  5. Visit  bjrabideau profile page
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    Quote from gabi1787
    Yes I would prefer a BSN. I will look into those schools. Thank you very much!
    Marian University for St. Vincent Health has an Accelerated online BSN program

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