I've found that administrators often badmouth other schools.
I've been told that the Seton Hall accel. program has close to 100% pass rate, not sure the time frame. I haven't seen any official figures breaking down regular and accel. students. All I know is, they are interviewing students for next year right now. And not selling us on any MSN program, either.
Heads up warning on Seton Hall: they have not been good about telling students their tuition and fee structure.
Questions to ask: flat rate or by credit? (by credit this year, comes out to the same total, but front-loaded)
computer included in tuition? (no, and don't buy one, you have to pay $700 per semester anyway to rent one)
required purchases besides books and uniform
?( nurse pack and palm pilot $170, $300)
assessment fees each semester for ATI? yes
student activity fee? yes, $350 per semester, ha, we have time for this?
enrollment fee? yes, $100
health insurance? yes
graduation or other fees? how do I know, haven't received any notice. You find out when you get billed.
look at UMDNJ's website, they list a ton of fees, I suggest you ask SHU about each one as applied to SHU, and ask if they have something in writing. The estimated financial needs form is not binding nor is it accurate for the accel BSN program.