Quote from paleviolets
Hi everyone, I would love to hear from current WCU students or graduates; I have a few questions... 1. Do they absolutely require an SAT or ACT?2. Is it worth the steep cost?3. Is everything truly included in the total cost of tuition?4. How are clinicals?5. And finally, are WCU graduates looked upon just as favorably as any other nurse with a BSN?Thank you!!!
I went to the information session at WCU-LA campus last week, they say you either have TEAS or SAT or pass the HESI entrance exam with 80%. Whether it's worthy or not really depends on person, so i can't answer your question. The tuition doesn't include textbooks and tuition is subject to change every year. For me, I really don't wanna wait like years to get my degree done. I'm looking at their LVN-BSN now & I kinda wish I had started my BSN at WCU instead of going through the LVN to BSN since their LVN to BSN is only 1 semester more than regular BSN program.