Your right on that as well. Every Concorde in the country seems to be accredited by different agencies. Also it may depend on the universities rules - one may accept and another may not. So much to consider. If Chamberlain credits are transferable, that definitely sets it aside from all of those other institutions. Definitely something to look into.
Their BSN program is $85,000 which is insane but I have to admit that I am considering them. I already have an AA which will transfer over, thus reducing my program length and tuition (not sure by how much on tuition just yet). I've tried twice to get into the program at my local college and have been denied one, more than likely this time as well and I graduated with HONORS! I just don't take standardized tests well and can't seem to score high enough. I also applied into JU which is a private state university here (14k per semester) and decision letters will be mailed on 06/11!!! I'm praying I get it! They do not require a test, so it's based on GPA, interview, essay, references, scholarships
If I don't get in I will definitely be looking at Chamberlain because I really don't want to be trying to get in forever ;(
Now I know why such schools are so expensive.... -___-