Roll Call, LPN to RN Students!!! - page 30

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  1. by   lvnandmomx3
    Quote from laurienurse08
    :dhi My Name Is Laurie And I Have Been An Lpn For Three Years. Has Anyone Tried The College Network For Thier Rn? I Am Moving To Pa. Soon And Would Really Like To Become And Rn, However The Closest Lpn To Rn School Is Ninety Miles Away!
    You will not be getting your RN degree from The College Network. They are a publishing company that sell study modules for the test outs. Most likely you would be a student of Excelsior College or Indiana State university ( someone corrrect me if there are others) they are both distant learning programs to obtain your RN. I would check with your BON as both are not accepted in all states.
  2. by   mumpet5
    I have been an LPN for 5 years, went to LVN school in Texas. I am living in NM now, am taking prereqs for the RN program, 2 questions...I have considered going the last year of the RN program, if accepted, would start Jan. '09, or EC. I have read alot of success stories on a yahoo group for RN EC students. How does one support oneself if I was to go thru traditional nursing school program? I have thought of paying my house payment a year in advance, but can only seem to get so far on that. I am leaning towards Excelsior program, but now I've been reading about Indiana State U. Is that program legitimate or is it thru TCN or the other pay before EC programs/scams? thanks for your help.
  3. by   BBFRN
    ISU is a legit school with many satisfied graduates.
  4. by   morris-lpn
    hey there everyone,
    42 y/o rn-bsn flunkie, had to take the last 12 week course of the lpn program and now i work at a correction fac. been a lpn now for 4 months. i too want to get my adn rn then bridge to the bsn since i've completed all my courses. because i failed the bsn, the college i went too i have to go thru the adn first. this will be the longest 8 months of my life.
  5. by   Destinyx13
    Hi! I'm Johanna! I'm curently and LPN and will be starting the transition program to RN in August! I can't wait! I currently work on the Med-Surg floor of one of the hospitals in the area and love it nad can't wait to further my career!!
  6. by   Milfordlpn99
    Hey everyone! I have been an LPN for 9 yrs. Working in LTC. I have worked my way up the ladder, and I am currently working as a Nurse Manager. I just had a baby and have decided to jump in to the local RN bridge program to get paid for my management work. I love managing, although I do miss pt care. I should probably try out a hospital at some point... Any thoughts from anyone going from LTC to Hospital? How is the pay different? I am in ohio, I know it varies from state to state. I would love to hear some thoughts!
  7. by   llsoon2brn
    Linda here! I am getting pinned as an LPN in 28 days! Then on to start getting my pre-req's done for the RN bridge program. I love reading all of your posts, you are all teaching me so much!
  8. by   ashemson
    Hello everyone! I have been a member on this site for a while, but now can officially join the LPN-RN site! I have been an LPN for 2 years, and will start the bridge program at North Central Missouri College this August. I am married, 14 years, have three daughters ages 14, 11 and 8.
  9. by   mercurial1101
    Hello All! My name is Kristin. I am a twenty three year old female who recently graduated as an LPN in May. I didn't take my NCLEX exam as I figure that it will be even more motivation for me to graduate as an RN. I start classes in August. At the moment I am a stay at home Mommy to my three year old daughter and I paint custom shirts to bring in a little extra spending money. Good luck to all of you!
  10. by   Daisy117
    Hello, my name is Jessica and I recently passed the PN-NCLEX . It is hard for me to actually adapt to calling myself a nurse. I will be starting the RN program at the end of August, I can't wait. Good luck to everyone!
  11. by   nurseleach
    Hello everyone, my name is Kierstin I just started my bridge course beginning of July, hope to graduate next December!
  12. by   all4my3
    Hi everyone! My name is Kelly and I have been an LPN for 10 years. I've worked in peds home health for the last 8. I will be starting RN school in August and am getting excited/nervous:uhoh21:.
  13. by   ncnurse99
    Hey everyone and GOOD LUCK! Woo-hoo to all of us! I am not yet enrolled in the program as I keep putting it off, but honestly, being on this site has truely motivated me! I have been a LPN for 9 years and just applied today for a Trauma Care Unit. Got called back within a couple hours of submitting app/resume. I'm crossing my fingers there! Thanks to all of you for the motivation....I plan to do studies at home, if any of you are doing that, how's that going for ya?

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