DUKE-ACCELERATED BSN--> I have questions! - page 2
Hello, I am currently a senior graduating in May and I've decided this year that I want to pursue a different path than my current major. I'm a mass communication major at Miami University in... Read More
0Oct 1, '06 by carolinapoohQuote from VegRN2BeHer information is quite accurate - if you are a Duke graduate. I've actually got the contract in my hand right now and will be turning it in tomorrow to the hospital. For us as Duke grads, it's basically a signing bonus - you don't have to have the loans to get the money. (I'm in the ABSN program here at DUSON.) $33K in agreement for working for them for three years. If it's less than that, you get whatever it is you stay for - $11K for 1, $22K for 2.Um - 22k loan payback? Are you sure about that? I've been offered a job there (am coming from out of state) and the paperwork I have says 5k after 1 year and then another 5k after 24 months. If you have that much to pay back (and I know very few who don't!). Am I getting the shirt end of the stick or could your info be rumor?
So unfortunately the $33K is just for the folks here.
0Oct 1, '06 by RunningnurseExactly. Don't know anything about Duke's other signing bonuses or lack thereof. I only know that as an ABSN grad I will receive $33K (minus the huge taxes) in three installments if I work for Duke for three full years.
0Oct 2, '06 by NCVegRNThat is awesome! The fact that they have such a great sign on program to try and retain their own graduates makes me want to work for them even more!
0Jan 31, '12 by britbratI was wondering if someone could tell me how they paid for Duke accelerated program in detail.