are there any Las Vegas nurses who have worked with students from either USN or Touro
- 0Aug 3, '06 by want2rnI was wondering if there were and nurses from Las Vegas who have worked with students from either the University of Southern Nevada or Touro University. I am considering going to either of these two schools and I am looking for some feedback.
- 0Aug 5, '06 by want2rnQuote from tccjknvWhat difficulties are you having in making a decision? Do you live in Las Vegas? Have you visited either school? I live in the SF bay area and have interviewed and been accepted to both schools. CA schools are extremely impacted. Would you like to get in contact?I am not a nurse, but am also looking at both of these schools for next years programs. Hopefully someone who can give us some info on either of them will post to help us make a decision.
- 0Aug 8, '06 by rebeccainlvHi. I just graduated from Nevada State College with my BSN. It's a great school. I passed NCLEX my first time with the minimum number of questions (75).
I feel that I received a high quality education at a reasonable cost. I originally went to UNLV and applied for their BSN program. They have more entry requirements (as far as classes go) and their tuition and other crazy fees are high IMO. I was on a waiting list to get into UNLV and found out about NSC. I got into NSC a semester earlier than UNLV so I went for it. Best decision for me. I didn't want to wait the extra semester just to say I went to UNLV.
The instructors at NSC are fantastic and highly educated. The majority of them are NPs and they still work. Let me know if you have any questions about NSC. I'll be happy to fill you in.