Accelerated RN program reputations: New Jersey City University and Seton Hall

  1. I'm applying to New Jersey City University's accelerated RN program at the Brookdale campus and to Seton Hall's accelerated RN program at Georgian Court University. I also want to apply to Rutgers' program but I missed the deadline. Since I live out of state, I don't know what kind of reputation these schools have. Does anyone know? I know Rutgers has a good reputation but what about New Jersey City University and Seton Hall? Any help/advice is appreciated.

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  3. by   ARickli
    I can't speak much to the ABSN program at Seton Hall, but I have acted as an advisor to a sorority there for the last few years and I can tell you this much: the campus is very beautiful and very clean. The campus is safe, although the neighborhood nearby is a little sketchy. The school administrators have always been very supportive and are very easy to meet with to discuss any issues we may have, and the school's technology is fantastic. I thoroughly enjoy all my time spent there, and fully intend to apply to the ABSN program once I complete all my pre-requisites in 2013.

    Sorry I can't be of more help, but good luck in your application process!!
  4. by   gmm1009
    As she said, Seton Hall is beautiful and is a great school. I applied for the 22 month second degree BSN program. Rutgers ABSN program begins May 29, and is about 13 months long. It also has a very good reputation, and the ABSN program is on the Newark-Rutgers campus. I was accepted to this program, but personally would prefer Seton Hall over Rutgers... just waiting to hear back!