Paris, I agree with you. I am one of a group of students who filed the 2nd complaint that caused the CA BRN investigate this poorly run nuring program. Sad that it is the only distant learning program in California offered to LVNs. I wonder if there was good nursing administration how many more students could have graduated and become RNs.
I felt that going to the Board meeting was very important. I found out more about nursing schools
in California than I would have ever been able to find out just going to a nursing school
's website. I agree with you, and my experience with ISU, shows that when a nursing program is not honest with its students, does not provide specific information about issues within the program or what clinical sites the CA BRN has authorized the school to use, I would look to another school. I am looking for another nursing school.
When I attend the Board's mtg on the 27th, I realized that the only reason I was in the program was because of the information ISU gave me. I was shocked to hear that the Board's representative told the Board that during the investigation ISU had lied to the investigators. I don't know how many other people heard this, but this was the first thing I knew of it. Nice thing is that the Board meeting was video taped.