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- Dec 16, '12 by Ashley86234I was around when this school opened, they bought our massage school to take the accrediation. Then there was some serioulsy SHADY buisness with the CEO of the nursing school....I was thinking of attending after i completed the massage program, but the school was disorganized. It seemed only SOME poeple needed to complete the pre requestites.....
My personal opinon, the school has been open since april 2011...not really enough time to know if they are reputable or not, no way to have fair pass/fail rates. I do have a friend that finished the massage program and is going into the program next year, so to each his own.... I wouldnt risk it though, and really how much NURSING can you learn online....its a hands on career i cant imagine the quality of nurses coming out of an online school
- Dec 16, '12 by Julesmama28$17,600 estimated cost for one year tuition and fees...holy crap! That's one expensive "accreditation pending" ADN school! No waiting list is usually not the best sign for a nursing school these days either...I'd move on, sounds like you won't get your money's worth there.
- Jan 28 by sam917I graduated from Nightingale College and I am now working at U of U hospital. The college was new when I started and any problems that came up were fixed immediatly and I am extremely happy that I attended.
The school is Nationally accredited through ABHES and is a cadidate for NLNAC. I hear that their final site review is going to happen the first part of this year...go here to read more on their accreditation: http://nightingale.edu/accreditation-and-approvals/. I was able to sit for my boards (passed on the first time!) and got an amazing job which is all that matters.
The price is more than a state college but I have been waiting for 2 years to get in with zero luck. The admissions at Nightingale was easy and this was a huge relief from my experience where they act like they don't want you.
I highly recommend this nursing college to any person looking to be a registered nurse. I got my money's worth and while my friends sit on a waiting list I am working as an RN. What does that tell you?