This post like many others is asking for any advice on relocating to Tucson upon graduation from nursing school. I will have a BSN next May, my husband is looking at U of A for grad school, and I am interested in the emergency/critical care program Carondelet offers.
Can anybody tell me why they like St. Joe's or St. Mary's better, if this ED program is as good as they say it is.....also, I have gotten very little info about their "relocation allowance" offer, is this really true, or just bait?
I also have a daughter who will be starting kindergarten when we head west, so if you can give me any help with good neighborhoods, schools, etc. I would be very appreciative.
Thanks for any help, advice, websites, you can throw my way.
Apr 21, '07
Have you gone to the UMC website? UMCAZ.COM. I think UMC provides some sort of tuition benefits for dependents of employees at the U of A. Maybe that could help with your husband's tuition at the U?
Not sure what to say about the real estate/rental situation. Everyone has different priorities and threshholds for acceptible. I think you are going to have to come out here and see what you think. Also, it's hard to say because there are neighborhoods right next to UMC that are great (and expensive!) yet two blocks over there can be a neighborhood that is crime-infested and scary.
Last edit by Multicollinearity on Apr 21, '07