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Completely online ASN degree that I found.,

  1. 0 Ok I am a RN and now my husband wants to be one too. So while searching for a school I found an online school called "Must University" And it cost less than 6k to do and a year to complete. Is this too good to be true? Anybody heard this? Its accredited by Accreditation Organization (IAO). Not sure about this. Input anyone??
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  3. Visit  lizmatt profile page
    #1 0
    I doubt any state will allow students to sit for Nclex without a clinical component. The wording on the website is fishy too. I just did a live chat session asking about clinical portion the answer I got was very short - like "yes there is" and the guy disconnected then.
  4. Visit  CRTtoRN profile page
    #2 0
    WOW, yeah, that funny cause same thing happened to me too. I was asking about the clincials and poof he was gone too! Sounds shady!!
  5. Visit  agldragonRN profile page
    #3 0
    below is my conversation with the operator few mins ago. looks fishy to me....

    please wait for a site operator to respond.

    all operators are currently assisting others. thanks for your patience. an operator will be with you shortly.

    you are now chatting with 'ken baker'

    angel: hello
    ken baker: hi , how may i assist you with enrollment ?
    angel: i am interested in your nursing program
    angel: would i be able to take the nclex-rn when i complete the program
    angel: ?
    ken baker: yes
    ken baker: absolutley
    ken baker: are you looking to enroll today ?
    angel: i am still researching the program
    angel: is there a clinical portion?
    ken baker: yes
    ken baker: at the later part
    angel: where do i do them?
    ken baker: will be arranged to nearest possible area to your locaality
    angel: oh ok
    angel: i am trying to find a brochure of this nursing program in the website
    angel: can you direct me to one?
    ken baker: click on request program guide
    angel: i am an lpn, would you accept some of the nursing classes i took?
    ken baker: yes
    angel: so all states in the us would let me sit for the nclex-rn including california?
    ken baker: yes
    angel: ok thanks. let me go ahead and click that request program guide. thank you ken.
    ken baker: you welcome
  6. Visit  CRTtoRN profile page
    #4 0
    If this school is legit then wow I found the golden pot but I am thinking they sound too good to be true.
  7. Visit  agldragonRN profile page
    #5 0
    i downloaded the program guide. it is very vague. i don't know. i don't think this program is legit.
  8. Visit  LADYLEX45 profile page
    #6 0
    i just tried to do some research on this school, when you type it in google alot of reviews come up matching saying it's a scam. It sounds, if they are in fact accredited then I'd be interested.
  9. Visit  LADYLEX45 profile page
    #7 0
    It says their accredited by IAO which is the international accreditation organization (which I never heard of) and they have no physical address neither does IAO. Sounds very fishy........
  10. Visit  agldragonRN profile page
    #8 0
    it's a scam people!!!! beware!!!!!

    check this link:
  11. Visit  LADYLEX45 profile page
    #9 0
    I would be concerned completing your asn with this school, but what I want to know is, if your already a licensed RN and you do their rn-bsn program, will it matter if their not accredited by the proper organizations.
  12. Visit  CRTtoRN profile page
    #10 0
    I was looking for my husband who wants to go to nursing school. I think its a scam and I won't be having him go for it. I am planning on doing my RN-BSN from Indian weslyan online.
  13. Visit  Pixie.RN profile page
    #11 2
    I'm calling shenanigans on that school. The first clue is that it's a .com, not a .edu. And when the same company owns the accreditation website as owns the "university" site, it's doubly suspect:

    They created the sites within a day of each other, too. Heh. I love checking WHOIS data on these sites -- it's always very telling.

    CRTtoRN, I've heard very good things about Indiana Wesleyan's program. I seriously considered them, but they want people to have at least a year of experience, and I didn't want to wait to start my RN-BSN -- I had $3K in tuition money I wanted to use before the end of 2008! In any case, good luck with your BSN program!!
  14. Visit  exnavygirl-RN profile page
    #12 0
    If a nursing program isn't listed on the NLN or CCNE website I would never consider it.