@ lauranurselaura, no problem, i hope it helps
@ lindu007, I don't think it's too late, and I think you have great chances! There is a lot of people that get accepted to few schools and of course they can attend only one of them, so I am pretty sure they still have a lot of openings!
From what I found out, transfer students can complete the BSN program in either 3 (1 co-op) or 4 (3 co-co) years... I was at community college for 5 semesters... I will try to get my bachelors in the next 3 years with the 6 month co-op. I was hoping there is a way to complete the program it in 2 years, but i guess I was a little too optimistic.. oh well....
@LauraBnurse, I just moved to PA from South Jersey.... over there Rutgers and Rowan have great nursing programs. Here, in Philadelphia (from what I found on forums) a lot of people chooses Thomas Jefferson University over Drexel or Temple.... In my opinion all of them are great schools, with great programs. Temple would save you some money since it is not a private school, and tuition is much lower than the other two. Personally, I think that Drexel's co-op is best for me because it puts you right in the field and lets you get some experience, which you already have!
well... at the end it is up to you how much you take out from the program
also, I applied to Widener University (Chester, PA) and got in without a problem (it was supposed to be my back-up plan), and I think their deadline is sometime in May... They also offer you a nice transfer schoolarship ( they offered me more money than Drexel! )
Something worth considering...