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  1. 0 LPN graduating in May. I plan on then going on to earn my RN-BSN. Suggestions of schools? Where in the U.S. are the best bridge programs? (I would prefer campus schools not online programs) Thanks!
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  3. Visit  BSNbeDONE profile page
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    Quote from katiescow
    LPN graduating in May. I plan on then going on to earn my RN-BSN. Suggestions of schools? Where in the U.S. are the best bridge programs? (I would prefer campus schools not online programs) Thanks!
    I don't think you're going to find any LPN-BSN campus programs. I think how it's done, you will enroll in an LPN-RN bridge program and onced licensed as an RN, you will find many RN-BSN bridge programs. Otherwise, you will be enrolling in a pre-licensure BSN program, meaning that you don't hold the required unencumbered RN license needed for the 'bridge' BSN. Now, I'm not sure about the campus-based LPN-BSN, but I know Indiana State University has an online LPN-BSN program. I would check with them to see if they offer the campus degree program that you're looking for. This is MY best answer if I understand your question correctly. Good luck!!!!!
  4. Visit  LadyFree28 profile page
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    LaSalle University in Philadelphia, PA enrolls LPNs into a LPN-BSN program. You also have the option of doing a part-time accelerated program as well-I choose the part time accelerated program as a LPN. You can contact lasalle.edu for more information. I highly recommend this program to anyone who is a LPN who wants campus learning. I was thoroughly satisfied with the program. Please feel to PM me about my experiences in the program.
  5. Visit  LadyFree28 profile page
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    Quote from LYNDAA
    I don't think you're going to find any LPN-BSN campus programs. I think how it's done, you will enroll in an LPN-RN bridge program and onced licensed as an RN, you will find many RN-BSN bridge programs. Otherwise, you will be enrolling in a pre-licensure BSN program, meaning that you don't hold the required unencumbered RN license needed for the 'bridge' BSN. Now, I'm not sure about the campus-based LPN-BSN, but I know Indiana State University has an online LPN-BSN program. I would check with them to see if they offer the campus degree program that you're looking for. This is MY best answer if I understand your question correctly. Good luck!!!!!
    FYI, there are campus LPN-RN or LPN-BSN programs in the Philadelphia area...Also in NYC as well, that are campus programs.
  6. Visit  BSNbeDONE profile page
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    Quote from LadyFree28
    FYI, there are campus LPN-RN or LPN-BSN programs in the Philadelphia area...Also in NYC as well, that are campus programs.
    Well, there ya go! Now I know of one! Lol!
  7. Visit  NNP-2018 profile page
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    PLU in Washington has a LPN to BSN program that is campus based.
  8. Visit  katiescow profile page
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    THANK YOU ALL FOR LETTING ME KNOW!!!!! & being such great help!!
  9. Visit  alina1235 profile page
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    Sorry didn't read all the replies but Hondros school of nursing offers the bridge program
  10. Visit  tanisha78 profile page
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    @LadyFree28 can you tell me the name of the school in NYC
  11. Visit  LadyFree28 profile page
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    Quote from tanisha78
    @LadyFree28 can you tell me the name of the school in NYC
    I suggest going over to the NY forum. I read about at least one school when I posted in the LPN-LVN program.
  12. Visit  SE_BSN_RN profile page
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    You aren't going to find any LPN-BSN programs that are 100% online. Some require class time. Depending on what state you are in, you could try Univ. of Phoenix LPN-BSN.

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