Concorde RN Program


Hi All,

Has anyone attended Concorde's RN program? If so, was it worth the money? I noticed that they have changed the time frame from 15 months to 18 months, which really bombs me out, lol. But I am curious if it would be worth the money/time. I am looking at possibly just completing my gen eds and going to a University. I have a 3.8 GPA and only have Statistics and Microbiology left to take. Any advice?


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TheCommuter, BSN, RN

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Concorde's nursing program is not regionally accredited. Concorde's nursing program is not nationally accredited by the ACEN, CCNE or any organization that accredits nursing programs. I'd be leery about spending so much money on a nursing program that is unaccredited.

The 'friendly' admissions advisors at Concorde will tell you that the nursing program is accredited if you ask, but it is not.