Bryant and Stratton ADN

U.S.A. Virginia


Hi, I'm an out of state student from California, I'm possibly moving to Va for nursing school. I came across Bryant and Stratton college in Richmond Va. I just want to know if anyone has graduated from the ADN program recently? I know the school is regionally accredited by middle states commission on higher education, approved by the Va state and is ACENand CCNE accredited. Has anyone had any trouble transferring their credits to further their nursing degree for a BSN or MSN? Would I be able to transfer to another regionally accredited university that offers the RN-BSN? What do you think about their nursing program?

Clinicals generally start second term unless you transfer enough credits in to skip first term. Are you doing morning or night classes?

Yeah I have credits I'm transferring in but I'll still have to wait until second term for clinical. I chose night classes but have one class on Saturday morning and two on Wednesday night. Do you know how many days a week clinicals are in second term? Thanks for replying í ½í¸Š

Clinicals for fundamentals are once a week and you get to choose which day you want from Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Saturday. They were all 8 hour shifts except Friday which is 12 hrs. They may change up the days fall semester, but that's how my second term is currently. The first 5 weeks were lab then we started going to clinicals.

Okay great and thanks for the info. I'm excited to start! How are you liking the program so far? Also, do we have to purchase their uniforms or can we buy our own scrubs if we want? I should have asked during my interview but I was too excited to remember lol.

Oh ok! Clinicals are once a week in second term

That's great! I like it so far, the first few weeks were stressful and heavy but it became more manageable once i got down a study routine. The school provides us with two pairs of scrubs in your size and you only have to wear your uniform the day you have lab/clinical.

Okay sounds good to me. I'll definitely have to get a good study routine as well. Glad to be able to chat with people already in the program.

How do y'all like the program? Are the professors helpful? Is there anything you would recommend to look into or to keep in mind when starting the program?

Hello All, I was curious if any of you have finished the nursing program or if you are still in the program through Bryant and Stratton? How did you feel about the program, is it worth it? I have considered going there but am really unsure because I do not want to pay tuition at a school with a bad program or teachers. Thank you!!

Hi I'm also a California resident now living in Ohio and was wondering if anyone is currently in the ADN program? How are classes- schedule wise? Clinicals-how many times a week and how long? Do class or clinicals go past 6pm? I know the first couple semesters attendance won't be daily but does that change after semester 3? Any information will be greatly appreciated!

I am currently enrolled in their nursing program, started 9/19. I didn't have a problem transferring any credits . I am taking FT classes that are on campus and online. So far it's pretty good. Did you ever enroll?

@aclopez Did you finish the program? If so, how was it?

Were you able to find a RN-BSN program to continue your education that wasn't through Bryant and Stratton?

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