Online LVN to RN program in TX

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    Was planning to enroll with Lamar State but they got in trouble with the BON so now they only offer in class only.
    I live too far away to apply to WGU.
    I don't trust ISU - I read on their website after you fail a test once you have to get College Network study guides & show proof. Plus when I put in my info to find out more about ISU, TCN wouldn't stop calling me.
    I can't mentally handle Excelsior.
    I know there is Allegeny but I don't know anyone who has used this program & it seems like there are a bunch of hoops to jump through to get in.
    So are there any other online bridge programs that I didn't list?
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    One more came to mind: Hutchinson. LPN to RN Online Bridge | Hutchinson Community College

    It does require "6 or 7 trips for 6 or 7 days" to Kansas for clinicals, FAQ is here: Nursing FAQ | Hutchinson Community College

    It may be more hoops than other programs, but it's another option. I know, it's not exactly Texas. lol
    Last edit by Pixie.RN on Jan 26
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    Quote from Pixie.RN
    One more came to mind: Hutchinson. LPN to RN Online Bridge | Hutchinson Community College It does require "6 or 7 trips for 6 or 7 days" to Kansas for clinicals, FAQ is here: Nursing FAQ | Hutchinson Community College It may be more hoops than other programs, but it's another option. I know, it's not exactly Texas. lol
    Lol. Thank you. It looks like I'll just have to wait until my baby is older & I'll go to the community college in town.
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    No one can say you didn't do all your research!! But local is probably best, sounds like. Good luck!
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    Quote from Pixie.RN
    No one can say you didn't do all your research!! But local is probably best, sounds like. Good luck!
    Lol that's true! Thank you!
    I wish there were more online bridge options in TX or evening classes where I live.
    Last edit by OrganizedChaos on Jan 29
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    I'm in the same boat as you! I wish somewhere local would offer night classes with night or weekend clinicals!
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    Quote from smrslr
    I'm in the same boat as you! I wish somewhere local would offer night classes with night or weekend clinicals!
    It's so frustrating! I understand nursing is more business oriented but wouldn't they make more money if they had evening/online classes with evening clinicals? Not everyone can go to school full time. Most of us have kids and/or need to work. Ugh!


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