RN-BSN completion??

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    I'm looking at going to University of WYoming for the Rn completions program. Its totally online, and it doesn't look like there's a huge amount of classes to take. Anyone here done it? Any thoughts????
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    HI SNowy!!
    I graduated from UW but not through the completion program. I do know many people that have who have positive things to say. I think the best thing is that it is "better" because you have more respect from the instructors because you are all ready an RN.
    You can mail me if you want to know any contacts or need any answers to questions. I do know many of the instructors as well.
    YEAHHHH another future alum!
    WhyO
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    Thanks! I'll keep you posted on what i find out and such! It probably won't be til next fall, cuz i'm pregnant with #3 baby not to mention it'll take a while to get my transcripts, etc...i am interested cuz its COMPLETELY online. I'm all over that!!!
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    Hi there!! I did complete my BSN through UW last year. With the exception of a few elective credits it was completely online and I loved it. (Some of the electives you can also finish online). There is one clinical class that I did through the Public Health Department here. There is a lot of writing involved in the online classes, several big papers and a couple projects, but it was all very managable. I can hardly say enough good things about the experience. Hope you have as much luck with it as I did. If you have any questions that I might help with, please let me know. Good luck!!!
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    Thanks for the input on UW! i figured it would be a lot of writing, etc...but i think the trade off of NOT having to drive to class is worth it! lol But we'll see, it would be next fall before i even being to try. I have 3 classes i need to complete for pre-req's, and i'm not sure if i can start it until i'm thru with those or not. But i'm all over the online deal!!!:roll
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    SnowymtnRN, directed over to this thread, THANKS. I am glad too, nice to hear from someone who has done it. THANKS for your comments JennyJ and WhyO. I had narrowed it down to 2 totally on-line schools and WY is really beginning to seem like the best choice!
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    I called them and they are sending me a packet! I also got an email with TONS of info on it. I'm so excited!!!!!!! It sounds really great to be honest!!!
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    I am about to cry. I too got the packet and that awesome e-mail not too long ago. I too was excited and ready to get moving. However, today they are telling me that they don't accept my nursing school. My nursing school is NLNAC accrediated and actually won praise. Well, they said is is not REGIONALLY (whatever that means) accrediated. However, somehow my small community college they accept. I have worked so hard looking at school for so long. I finally found one that I really want to go to and feel comfortable about. I guess it is back to the drawing board. Be careful and check this information. Between transcript being sent and the evaluation fee, I have lost a little over $40 to be told this. I am so upset but wanted to warn you so this doesn't happen to you. Good Luck. Back to research I guess.
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    Originally posted by pixiel
    I am about to cry. I too got the packet and that awesome e-mail not too long ago. I too was excited and ready to get moving. However, today they are telling me that they don't accept my nursing school. My nursing school is NLNAC accrediated and actually won praise. Well, they said is is not REGIONALLY (whatever that means) accrediated. However, somehow my small community college they accept. I have worked so hard looking at school for so long. I finally found one that I really want to go to and feel comfortable about. I guess it is back to the drawing board. Be careful and check this information. Between transcript being sent and the evaluation fee, I have lost a little over $40 to be told this. I am so upset but wanted to warn you so this doesn't happen to you. Good Luck. Back to research I guess.
    Regionally accredited means the whole college is accredited by the agency that covers that part of the country. For instance in my part of the country it is Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Did you go to a diploma school for nursing and also the community college in addition? Most diploma nursing schools are not regionally accredited but NLN accredited. You might want to call for an explanation.
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    Originally posted by New Castle Ken
    Regionally accredited means the whole college is accredited by the agency that covers that part of the country. For instance in my part of the country it is Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Did you go to a diploma school for nursing and also the community college in addition? Most diploma nursing schools are not regionally accredited but NLN accredited. You might want to call for an explanation.
    Hmmm. So i graduated in Colorado, but now live in WY. I guess that would be the same region? i'm going to try to call today to see if it will be a problem or anything, but i'm trying to figure this out. It was a regular ADN program, not diploma.


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