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- by AZ2TN Aug 18Hi all,
I am currently at a Maricopa Community college in Arizona. It looks like I might have to be relocating and I really need to get my plan together so I am not lost when it comes time to make a decision.
Right now I am on the path for a university- community college concurrent enrollment program. I am on the waiting list right now for the RN associates program, the BSN program will take me off the list and throw me in nursing school (If I was accepted).
But things change and now I am at a total loss. I don't know where to look or what colleges would be similar to Arizona State University or Northern Arizona University. Any advice or help or links would be extremely appreciated. I am getting lost in all of the Advertisements and things along those lines.
- Oct 28 by TimiBHello! You will find a wealth of area info at city-data.com's forums for Tennessee. Nearly all the posts in there are about relocating, finding nice schools, commute info, things like that. Do a search for the colleges you've looked at and read any posts about them. Then, if you still want feedback, create your own Thread asking your question.
Other than that, I hear how you're overwhelmed with options and possibilities! I know it sounds silly, but create a Word or Excel doc and make notes for every option you investigate. Everything become a swirl if you don't write it down and move on. Best Wishes!
- Oct 28 by HaycynDo you have any idea where at in TN?
You have Union University, University of Memphis, (each have campuses in Memphis and Jackson), Univ. of TN Health Sciences, Rhoades College (all Memphis) and Lambuth in Jackson. Several community colleges in the area as well. Also depending on where in TN there are border states that will do in state tuition. University of
N Alabama does.
If you are in the Memphis area- it is a great area to nurse.
Eta : baptist college is there as well. Baptist Health Sciences I believe.
- Oct 30 by unionnurse12Lambeth is no longer open it is now part of the University of Memphis. I'm not sure Rhodes has a nursing program. The community colleges in the memphis area are Southwest Tennessee cc, Dyersburg state cc (covington campus is about 30-45 mins from downtown memphis) and Jackson State cc ( It's in Jackson,TN but it is only about an hour drive..I did the drive for a year).