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If you start looking at public schools and avoid for-profits, you’ll find lower tuitions. Not 100%. Big name state schools might be pretty expensive too, but less well known schools are where I’d look. 

 

🤦🏽‍♀️ This was at the top for me and I’m not sure why. All of the posts are super old and I’m sorry. 

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Ghost thread threw itself at me.

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On 1/14/2016 at 12:08 PM, MJB2010 said:

Just curioous if anyone has made their choice, and how it is going.

I am at walden. I got a schoalrship for 4000.00 and the military discount of 10 percent which helped cut my cost. I will start my clinicals in November.

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On 1/15/2019 at 6:06 PM, Miiki said:

If you start looking at public schools and avoid for-profits, you’ll find lower tuitions. Not 100%. Big name state schools might be pretty expensive too, but less well known schools are where I’d look. 

 

🤦🏽‍♀️ This was at the top for me and I’m not sure why. All of the posts are super old and I’m sorry. 

Don't be sorry. I rehashed this thread because I wanted feedback. It already had good information so no point in starting a new one. I'm curious about the different schools/programs mentioned and wanted feedback from people who attends/completed these programs.

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On 1/16/2019 at 4:27 PM, SURGICALNURSE2NPORMD said:

I am at walden. I got a schoalrship for 4000.00 and the military discount of 10 percent which helped cut my cost. I will start my clinicals in November.

Does the military discount apply to veterans or just active duty?

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Hello, SurgicalNurse2NPORMD,

 

I am in the initial process of applying for Walden's RN-BSN-MSN program.  I will need some scholarships to offset the tuition cost.  I was wondering as to where to find scholarships.  I can no longer apply for student loans.

Please email me @  nblackwell2015@yahoo.com

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On 1/16/2019 at 7:27 PM, SURGICALNURSE2NPORMD said:

I am at walden. I got a schoalrship for 4000.00 and the military discount of 10 percent which helped cut my cost. I will start my clinicals in November.

veterans as well

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4 hours ago, Nurse Pracitioner 2021 said:

Hello, SurgicalNurse2NPORMD,

 

I am in the initial process of applying for Walden's RN-BSN-MSN program.  I will need some scholarships to offset the tuition cost.  I was wondering as to where to find scholarships.  I can no longer apply for student loans.

Please email me @  nblackwell2015@yahoo.com

I am not sure because you are in a different program than i am . the scholarship i received because i was a MSN student. I am sorry you have exhausted your financial aid so soon in this process. I would probably ask the admissions rep what they have to offer as well. If you are an RN i would look at employers who provide tuition reimbursement as well.

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3 hours ago, SURGICALNURSE2NPORMD said:

veterans as well

Great to hear.

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Has anyone graduated from a MSN at Grand Canyon University? I am looking at it. I spent a ton of money on my BSN at a very highly regarded school and I don't want to spend that kind of money again ( I was so poor for so long!).  Any pro's or cons of GCU would be welcome!

 

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You can add these to the list:

Herzing: 48 credits---$815/credit plus some fees---$42k

St Thomas (Miami): 47 credits---$27,500

South University---62 credits---$780/credit---$34,370 (online and on campus option in Orlando)

ECPI: 49 credits---$29k total  (2.5 GPA req)

 

If anyone has attended these schools, it would be very helpful if you could provide some feedback on your experiences.

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