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Has 4 years experience.

I know their RN-BSN program is still very new, but was wondering if anyone has any experience with them or the new program?

As I work full time, the hybrid option is very intriguing, as is the flat monthly payment plan. But I don't know anyone personally who has contacted that school.

Hi socal212! I'm the Program Director for the RN-BSN program at Aspen University. Are you asking about the RN-to-BSN or the prelicensure program? The RN-BSN program is for students who already have an RN. It is completely online. The prelicensure program is a hybrid option in Phoenix, AZ, for students desiring to become RNs. Feel free to email me at jenny.erkfitz@aspen.edu if you want more information. The RN-BSN program is not new and is CCNE accredited. I can put you in touch with some of our grads and/or current students if you would like.

I am also interested in this program. I'm usually scared of private schools but Aspen's new program is very affordable and seems to have a partnership with Honor Health and MIHS. When were you thinking of starting?

socal212, CNA

Has 4 years experience.

Hi socal212! I'm the Program Director for the RN-BSN program at Aspen University. Are you asking about the RN-to-BSN or the prelicensure program? The RN-BSN program is for students who already have an RN. It is completely online. The prelicensure program is a hybrid option in Phoenix, AZ, for students desiring to become RNs. Feel free to email me at jenny.erkfitz@aspen.edu if you want more information. The RN-BSN program is not new and is CCNE accredited. I can put you in touch with some of our grads and/or current students if you would like.

Hi! I was talking about the pre-licensure program in Arizona.

I am also interested in this program. I'm usually scared of private schools but Aspen's new program is very affordable and seems to have a partnership with Honor Health and MIHS. When were you thinking of starting?

Yes the monthly payment plan and hybrid option are really drawing me in! From what I understand there is a day option and an evening option? But they start at different times. I most likely won't be able to begin until the middle of next year/the following year :/

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I went and toured the school last week. From what I understand, the next day cohort starts in March and the next evening cohort is May. I am still on the edge about the school. The campus was small and had an office type feel to it and didn't make much of an impression on me. I'm looking into other schools as well.

On 10/29/2018 at 1:19 PM, Jenny Erkfitz said:

Hi socal212! I'm the Program Director for the RN-BSN program at Aspen University. Are you asking about the RN-to-BSN or the prelicensure program? The RN-BSN program is for students who already have an RN. It is completely online. The prelicensure program is a hybrid option in Phoenix, AZ, for students desiring to become RNs. Feel free to email me at jenny.erkfitz@aspen.edu if you want more information. The RN-BSN program is not new and is CCNE accredited. I can put you in touch with some of our grads and/or current students if you would like.

Can you put me in touch with grads? I currently go to Aspen and  I’m loosing faith. It would be nice to talk to someone who graduated and where they’re at now.