Hi guys, relatively new to the boards. I was hoping to chat with some people currently enrolled in Nursing School while working full time. I work full time and have a desire to enroll in an evening/weekend RN program. I currently have 99 credit hours under my belt, am attending college part time online, and have an Associates of Science Degree. I do still need to take A&P I & II. My gpa is 3.04 at the moment but will improve as soon as last semesters grades are added to my transcript. I am enrolled in Northwest at the moment, but they do not have an evening nursing program. I would like to take A&P at Northwest before I transfer to another school because of its location to my home and cheaper tuition rates. Does anyone know if those courses would trasfer from NW to SW? Also, as I said above, would love to hear from folks working full time and tackling the RN program, how difficult is it to find time to get all of your work completed? Does the college frown upon folks working full time while in the program? My wife is currently enrolled in the RN to BSN program at CBU. She has been a Nurse for 28 years and graduated from the former Methodist School of Nursing.