Ohio University RN-to-BSN Program - page 213

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Since it seems that there's quite a bit of interest, I'm attempting to start a new thread devoted exclusively to the OU on-line RN-BSN program that will hopefully build on the comments on assorted previous threads. I'd like... Read More


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    you can get the weekly assignments for music done in one day. I took it with nutrition.
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    Any idea which 14 states are accepted? I live in California, but ive been enrolled in the program already, so I wonder how it affects people like me. If your state isn't on the list, are you grandfathered in?
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    Progressivethinking, your best bet would be to email your advisor, and get it in writing. With the switch from quarters to semesters, along with the changes due to the credentialing body, there is a lot of uncertainty, speculation, and rumors. I'd go "straight to the horses mouth", get it in writing, and save it until the day your diploma is in hand.
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    California is one of the states they r accepting applicants from.
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    Quote from ProgressiveThinking
    Any idea which 14 states are accepted? I live in California, but ive been enrolled in the program already, so I wonder how it affects people like me. If your state isn't on the list, are you grandfathered in?
    I just want to make sure before I reply you are talking about Ohio State University not Ohio University? Correct?
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    No its ohio university
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    As far as I know the partners DO NOT get a discount..they might have used too
    Can anyone weigh in on this>?
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    Quote from funfunfun550
    As far as I know the partners DO NOT get a discount..they might have used too
    Can anyone weigh in on this>?
    I know they used to a couple of years ago; when I enrolled early last year I was told they no longer did that anymore.
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    Quick question for anyone who may know the answer....I just finished my first class and enrolled for classes that start this January. I was not aware that you could enroll for the whole semester (I thought you had to wait for the 5 weeks class to be over to enroll for the next), now the other classes are full. Do they have a "waitlist" in case some students drop the class or am I screwed? Thanks in advance!
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    Quote from jandm855
    Quick question for anyone who may know the answer....I just finished my first class and enrolled for classes that start this January. I was not aware that you could enroll for the whole semester (I thought you had to wait for the 5 weeks class to be over to enroll for the next), now the other classes are full. Do they have a "waitlist" in case some students drop the class or am I screwed? Thanks in advance!
    No wait list that I am aware but don't freak out yet;-). Keep checking the class for openings. People drop classes before they start and occasionally I have seen them add classes or sections. You may also want to check with your advisor. If enough people express an interest, I guess it could be possible to open up another section, depending on the class. Students=revenue and with all of the changes they may be willing to offer more spaces for the nursing courses.
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