Sorry is this gets posted a lot, I looked a few pages back and didn't see much info posted. Anyways, I'm a transfer student and I'm getting impatient with the pace of my current BSN program. So current students and grads, what are your thoughts on the program?
So you're not attending Chamberlain now? Honestly, it's a lot of money, and they can cause real issues when it comes to transfer credits from other schools. How many years/semesters do you have until graduation?
I'm at a university right now and have 3 years until graduation from my current program, but I also went to a community college for 3 years prior to that. I haven't sent my official transcripts to chamberlain yet but their program could potentially be half the time of my current one.
Don't get me wrong, im very grateful to be in nursing school but at the same time it's been a long grind and I just want to get done.
Last edit by FickleT on Jun 23
I understand the desire to get done as quick as possible but racking up more debt just to get it done quicker isn't the best of financial moves.
I know this is a little old so you may have already decided one way or the other but I currently go to CCN and have enjoyed "most" of my experiences but it is expensive. I am not a traditional student 29 and kids so it was nice to have a diverse group of students so I didn't feel like an outcast with my peers. Clinicals can be good or suck, they are very luck of the draw. If you have any questions I am open to answer. I graduate in December
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