LPN to RN Programs?

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    Hello, I will be graduating this spring with an associate's degree in the applied science of practical nursing which will allow me to take the boards to become a LPN. I want to continue my education and receive my BSN. I'm from North Dakota but I want to make a change and I plan on moving to the Washington or Oregon area. I was wondering if anyone could suggest some schools in that area that offer a BSN program for LPN's with an associate's degree. Any help would be much appreciated!
    THANK YOU.
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    RCC in Grants Pass, OR, then on to OHSU over in Ashland, OR to complete the BSN. Not sure if you want to move to such small towns, but here are some links:
    http://learn.roguecc.edu/AlliedHealt...edplacemen.htm
    http://learn.roguecc.edu/AlliedHealt...20deadline.pdf
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    Maybe since you'll already have an associates there is a more direct route for you; you could check out the OHSU website:
    http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/education/sch...uate/index.cfm


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