Bay State College Boston

  1. Hi there..Im looking at ADN programs in Massachusetts..I live in Belmont just outside if Boston.I go for an info session at Roxbury Community College and will no doubt apply to Bunker,and all the others surrounding for 2018 Sept. But Bay State called me to come in for a chat.Im finding it hard to work out if they are legitimate or if they charge more and give very little.A tonne of bad reviews.Does anyone know so I can work out if it's worth me going in there??.. thank you so much.xxxxxxxxxx
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  3. by   hopefulRN'17
    Here is a link where you can check out what is approved in the state as far as programs:

    This is updated as of 3/28/17

    http://www.mass.gov/eohhs/docs/dph/quality/boards/rnnecpro.pdf


    Last edit by hopefulRN'17 on Jun 19 : Reason: added more info
  4. by   Leila11
    Thank you so much for that!!!!!!!!!!!
  5. by   hopefulRN'17
    No problem. Wishing you all the best
  6. by   jeannimyriame
    I was in bay state last semester they are so hard on the students you gotta past all your classes with 80 and might have 2 or 3 classes each semester non nursing plus nursing classes together, a lot of homeworks, and they won't transfer any credit under B and it is so expensive I did not passed some of my classes....
  7. by   hopefulRN'17
    Most programs require anywhere from 78-80% passing for all nursing classes, that is normal...
  8. by   Aleja1
    Hello, Everyone I have just received my acceptance from Bay state and was wondering if any current or graduated students could give me some insight about the program, Clinical placements and whether you liked them or no?

    Currently waiting to hear back from Quincy college so want to get some info before I put deposit down.
  9. by   ReSi
    Quote from Aleja1
    Hello, Everyone I have just received my acceptance from Bay state and was wondering if any current or graduated students could give me some insight about the program, Clinical placements and whether you liked them or no?

    Currently waiting to hear back from Quincy college so want to get some info before I put deposit down.
    LOVE this school. I am beyond happy that I am going here. It's hard, but all nursing programs are hard. It will challenge you, again, what program doesn't. And the professors care...a lot. But honestly, you get out of it what you put in it. Many nursing programs are like that. You have to go with your gut instincts and pick a place that feels right to you. Otherwise, you'll always wish you would have listened to yourself.
  10. by   Aleja1
    Thank you so much for replying!! Yea my biggest worry is the money but I know it is an investment that will for sure pay of, sorry if you dont mind teling me what hospitals are clinicals usually at ? Trying to get a idea of how to plan for transportation

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