...and you're in California?
Man, that's a personal finance disaster waiting to happen.
Are you financing the full amt?
I'm just saying - most who go over $100,000 in student loans are medical doctors and lawyers...or went Ivy.
You won't even have a master's.
Just a BSN from a 3rd tier school(is it?).
Not that there's anything wrong with that. I attended a vocational school to gain entry into the nursing field...but I'll be damned before I'd lock myself down with $128,000 debt for it! LOL
(the military paid for mine...and it was $17000)
I've been researching LVN-BSN and BSN programs. This is the second or third school of it's type to spring up with it's astronomical tuition rates. I see that this West Coast University has a chapter in Texas?
$98,000? Are they affiliated with Devry? Is this a for-profit school? If so...you'd better make sure that those credits transfer.
If not, that degree is worthless.
ALLNURSES needs to make CNN hurry up and do that special on the 'Nursing student/Nursing shortage'.
are beginning to get ridiculous in their attempt to meet the so-called 'demand' and mindless aspirants are lining up by the dozens to bend over and take it.
(with no lube)
...and they think the student loan debt bubble is huge, now? We probably haven't seen anything yet.