looking foa a good nursing school

  1. Im from California and planning to move to New Jersey. Please help me find the best Nursing School in Clifton, New Jersey.
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  3. by   dream8
    I graduated from Muhlenberg school of nursing. It was a great school, challenging but I learned a lot.

    www.muhlenbergschools.org
  4. by   bunnyangge
    thanks for your info but its far from clifton
  5. by   Lucky#7
    The closest option for you is probably Mountainside School of Nursing in Montclair, NJ. But you can always log onto discovernursing.com and find all the schools in acceptable proximity. Good luck.
  6. by   bunnyangge
    Thanks.
  7. by   cherubhipster
    Holy Name Hospital in Teaneck is only 20 minutes away from Clifton- that is where I am applying!

    Good luck!
  8. by   bunnyangge
    Thanks
  9. by   bunnyangge
    Do you know how much is per unit or credit?
  10. by   bunnyangge
    Do you know how much per unit or per credit?
  11. by   DaddyO
    Passaic Community College and Bergen Community College are both close and a little less expensive than others in the area.

    Your also about a 15min drive from the Newark area (Rutgers, UMDNJ), I believe there are other schools there ...(can't remember all ).

    Do you have your Pre-req's completed ?
    Last edit by DaddyO on Dec 30, '07
  12. by   bunnyangge
    I'm still working on my pre req's in Pasadena City College in California. I will be moving in New Jersey next year.
  13. by   bunnyangge
    I'm still working on my pre req's in Pasadena City College in California. I will be moving in New Jersey next year.


  14. by   JessiekRN
    Hi! I live in Clifton and am in my fourth and last semester at Passaic County. It's a very intense, but very strong program with 100 % NCLEX pass rate for I think the last 7 or 8 years, NLN accredited, inexpensive tuition (relative to other programs). It is literally ten or twelve minutes from my house by car- the school is in Paterson- with plenty of easy public transportation available as well. Clinicals are all pretty local as well, for the most part. Let me know if you have any questions- good luck to you.

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