Going to school at a branch campus?

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    So I'm currently at The Ohio State University and did not get into the program due to how competitive it is. My thought is to go back home to continue taking classes at a school closer to home. The cost of school, rent, bills, food etc. is too much to continue taking classes for another year with the chance I don't get in again. My question is, does it look bad if you complete the BSN at a branch campus such at Kent State Stark, instead of completing the program at the main campus? Would it be better to complete the degree at a main campus instead of a branch?

    Thank you for your advice!

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    Everyone takes the same NCLEX. The only diff may be if/when you want to continue to grad school.
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    There shouldn't be an issue with that. just be sure it is a good program, which I would recommend even if it was the main campus.

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