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Associates degree in nursing: which colleges are best?

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by AniaK AniaK (New Member) New Member

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I currently live in Phoenix, but may be moving back to Chicago (after 7 yrs) and was wondering if there is a wait to get into nursing schools? If so, how long? Also, can you recommend good nursing colleges for me to look into? Is there a website I can look up how nursing colleges rank?

Also, because I will be considered an "out of state" student, I obviously would like to find a college that does not charge "out of state" tuition or one that is not very expensive.

Any information you can provide would be extremely useful for me making a decision. Thank you! Ania

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So for Associates, you'll be looking more at the community colleges. I think for any of the community colleges, you only need to be here 1 month for residency. The thing is, you will be pretty much limited to the community college of the county you live in. These schools are full and generally take county residents 1st.

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I searched yesterday and found Robert Morris College offering associates degree. I also read that it's a great school? Any thoughts?

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