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    Hi everyone! I'm a first semester student at the ITT Breckenridge school of nursing. Um, is anyone else going here just feel like its a waste of time and money? I am originally from Nevada and the whole reason I went to ITT was to transfer later. I tried to transfer to the campus in Henderson NV but was told they wouldn't accept me. (Later found out there has been no enrollment since june 2012 and it is due to failure to meet State Board requirements) I just feel like this school is not being run as well as it could and that I will end up regretting it later, and with a price tag of 47k I should be wowed i think. Any advice or recent graduates??? Thanks guys!
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    I was actually thinking of checking into this program. I'm an LPN looking for an LPN to RN program. I have a co-worker that says she loves ITT but I've also heard others say "stay away." Is it unorganized or do you just feel like you're not learning anything?
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    I was at ITT in another state and I had wanted to transfer into another program and I was told the classes do not transfer because they are 6 week courses. At ITT they assured me I would be able to get my BSN but they it could only be done through their school...they didn't mention that I do regret going there a big waste of time and money.
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    Quote from Emcowan23
    I was at ITT in another state and I had wanted to transfer into another program and I was told the classes do not transfer because they are 6 week courses. At ITT they assured me I would be able to get my BSN but they it could only be done through their school...they didn't mention that I do regret going there a big waste of time and money.
    I was able to transfer all of my credits over to Kaplan university with no problem, I start my bsn on may 14th itt tech has an articulation agreement with several schools.
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    That's great, the schools I contacted in NC wouldn't accept the credits...I guess it depends on your location.
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    Quote from Emcowan23
    That's great, the schools I contacted in NC wouldn't accept the credits...I guess it depends on your location.
    I found out that unless you already have your degree completed, most nursing programs won't take your credits regardless to where you went, I was told that they cannot vouch for what you were taught and learned in the other program, but once you have actually completed your degree its easier to transfer. I'm excited to be able to get my BSN and then NP 😁


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