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- by elvislovette Apr 18Hi I'm an LVN in California and I am interested in an evening RN program. Both classes and clinicals in the evening, not the weekends. Does anyone know of any schools anywhere in the US? I am willing to move anywhere! Thanks!
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- Apr 20 by CalipsychnurseSounds diificult. Check out Hondros in Fairborn Ohio
- Apr 28 by elvislovetteyes very! so far i found galen college in st petersburg. thank you I will definately look into it!
- May 21 by Southbeach23I agree with Kristen82483,
Darton is all about money and not teaching the reality of nursing today. There is more classroom than actual clinical time. You would want to be confident in the skills that are provided as an entry-level nurse, not asking how to perform a skill that should be conquered in NS.
- May 22 by Meeh619SAC San Antonio College which is part of ACCD has the program. Why do you want an afternoon? Why not just look for a part time job at night and do day classes. Wayland Baptist University San Antonio has an even better program then LVN to RN, they actually have the LVN to BSN. I have many people in my classes that say that it's hard to find such a program. Many of them have relocated just to attend. Maybe you can find something close by that has that program better. According to surveys in the next couple of years most hospitals will want you to obtain your BSN. Here in San Antonio some hospitals are already hiring BSN before ADN.
- May 22 by TheCommuterPlatt College, Oklahoma City. . .the school has a horrible local reputation, but they do offer an evening RN bridge program with classes from 5pm to 9pm and clinical rotations from 3pm to 11pm.
- Nov 16 by nursingdartonQuote from Kristen82483Wow they purposely fail their students? Do they offer help I just applied for Summer 2014 and just sent the application Friday and learned of this site today.Pls dont go to darton. Its all about the $$. They accept like 120 students and btwn albany campus and cordele maybe 20 graduate. Go somewhere where they are positive and dont enjoy failing students to get extra $$. trust me on this
- Nov 18 by lovenotwar14Quote from nursingdartonI don't believe that is true. I have heard that they have a great program and you have to work hard and study hard but isn't that every program? I applied for spring 2014. If I am not accepted then I will be applying for summer
Wow they purposely fail their students? Do they offer help I just applied for Summer 2014 and just sent the application Friday and learned of this site today.