Any disadvantages to WGU? Considering the program - page 2
I am a 48 y/o with ADN and am planning to finally start RN to BSN program. I am considering a couple of programs, and have been looking at WGU. The costs and time involved seem almost too good to... Read More
0Aug 22, '12 by CrunchRNI am waaaaay over 40 and I am in Texas. I really need to do this, but with my husbands job facing long term lay off I cannot get into debt right now. Any tips on how to access those state monies marycarney?
I did test and get accepted there a while back, but they were no help on the scholarship stuff and I could not find anything.....
Thanks for letting me know what you were able to find.
0Aug 22, '12 by cayenne06, MSN, CNMI loved my experience with WGU while I was getting my BSN. The only drawback is the stupid 3.0 GPA. I wish they would just list it as "pass/fail." I had a 3.97 GPA out of nursing school and definitely didn't like having a 3.0 on my record. Anyway, I am starting my MSN through WGU, and have applied for a local post-grad program come next fall. I verified ahead of time that they accept WGU degrees, but I am a little worried about how my "3.0" GPA will affect my application. I guess we will find out!
0Aug 22, '12 by marycarneyWGU Indiana has been working with DNP programs with the dread '3.5 GPA' rule to accept MSN grads. They have really gone the extra mile in trying to help their grads go further.