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Are there any on-campus Nurse Practioner programs out there?

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Young_Nurse specializes in ICU Stepdown.

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I have a BSN, and I am currently considering NP school. I'm just curious as to whether there are still any fully on-campus programs out there. I have fruitlessly searched on the internet. I cannot do online classes for personal reasons, and I am very flexible and willing to relocate for an on-campus program. I appreciate any recommendations.

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Young_Nurse specializes in ICU Stepdown.

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I have a BSN, and I am currently considering NP school. I'm just curious as to whether there are still any fully on-campus programs out there. I have fruitlessly searched on the internet. I cannot do online classes for personal reasons, and I am very flexible and willing to relocate for an on-campus program. I appreciate any recommendations. I have a BSN, and I am currently considering NP school. I'm just curious as to whether there are still any fully on-campus programs out there. I have fruitlessly searched on the internet. I cannot do online classes for personal reasons, and I am very flexible and willing to relocate for an on-campus program. I appreciate any recommendations.

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EllaBella1 has 5 years experience as a BSN and specializes in ICU.

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USF has on-campus programs.

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adventure_rn is a BSN and specializes in NICU, PICU.

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This info is a few years old, but last I heard U Penn had all on-campus programs. It's pretty pricey, though.

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umbdude has 3 years experience as a MSN, RN and specializes in Psych/Mental Health.

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Yes there should be plenty. I believe most high ranked NP programs are on-campus programs. However, even 100% in-person program sometimes utilizes online delivery (e.g., a blizzard, sick professor, or pandemic); and many schools now use a mix of the two. So your best bet is to identify schools you would like to attend, and directly ask the program directors via email.

Good luck.

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Rose_Queen has 15 years experience as a BSN, MSN, RN and specializes in OR, education.

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Welcome to allnurses, @Young_Nurse! Your post has been moved to the student nurse practitioner forum for more relevant replies.

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strawberryluv is a BSN, RN and specializes in LTC, Med-surg.

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I recommend hybrid programs. My program is on-campus for several hours a month but majority of the work is dependent on the student to learn the material/read the textbook readings. I am good with teaching myself so I don't mind not going to class. I find most things I can learn I can do it after reading.

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