First of all, I just wanted to thank everyone who offered so much advice to me while I was doing my online school search. I went with Chamberlain. I'm half way into my first class - Transitions. It's been good. I've developed a routine with Sunday morning lessons, research for postings and any other house keeping items needing to be done. I copy and past my postings on Monday and respond on Tuesday to reach the 2 postings guideline. So far, so good. I pulled a "teenage" mistake on my APA Hunt and typed right when I clearly meant left and missed a few on that....grrrr. I have struggled a bit with the APA guidelines, still think it's crazy to write that way, but am catching on.
I just signed up for Cultural Diversity and Information for Summer A and Algebra (still not happy to be taking that over again) and Community for Summer B (good bye summer.... guess it will be work by the pool). I've registered for Stats and Collaborative for Fall A and Fall B will be History and EBP. I'm hopeful that I can do 2 as easily as one has been, but it will take a bit more organization. I will see how 2 classes go and maybe add a third one of these semesters.
I did consider Kent State University, but they wanted so much retake I felt it was unnecessary. The cost was the same and they were much less helpful. I understand how people feel when they say Chamberlain seems 'pushy'. They did contact me a lot when I was 'looking' into the program. Luckily, they haven't stopped being as supportive or reachable should I say. They have been wonderful with retrieving my transcripts, financial planning and class registration. Kent was less than helpful getting started and didn't return calls placed to check my transcript evaluation. Maybe it was who I spoke with at both facilities.
Best of luck to those making the same decisions ..... it's an overwhelming thought when getting started.