Not sure where to post this so steer me in the right direction. I finished ADN school in May, I have a good paying job and I want to pursue my BSN however it is $4000 per semester for 2 semesters and I need to save for a house. I know that my earning potential will go up, but I am currently working in Home health at $24/hr and while that may not seem like much it is pretty good for around here, and all I have is my ADN, and there is no special treatment or pay raise for a BSN. I love home health and do not plan on going to the hospital, but I want my MSN eventually because I know it will be worth it and such an accomplishment. I want to save $20,000 for a down payment on a house, but if I get my BSN that is going to cost me $900 a month for a year which is a pretty good hunk of change, and I am not doing a loan. So this is just a "what would you do" question. Would you... Go ahead and go for the BSN then MSN and put off your dreams of a home for another 2 years (SO SICK OF BEING IN SCHOOL and ready to start seeing the fruits of my labor) or would you put off school a couple of years, save for your home since you have a job and are making decent money for your area on the degree you already have, focus on work and advancing in the company? Thanks for any advice!