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Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University (Lady of the Lake College) RN-BSN program

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Looking for feedback on Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University (formerly know as Lady of the Lake College) RN to BSN program.

I am planning to enroll and start the program next month, but having difficulty finding reviews or students' personal experiences with this school. Just want to make sure it's a good school prior to investing my time/money.

I decided on this school because they are accepting all of my credits (including statistics) from my ADN and BA in psychology and have 8 week classes, plus fairly reasonable cost and my employer (VA) will reimburse since they are non-profit. So I have to take 30 credits (minimum required)= 24 nursing credits and 2 free electives.

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Hello, when do you plan on starting this program ? I've been in touch with an enrollment counselor. Just wish I could find reviews on this program ??

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I attended this university about 2 years ago for my RN to BSN, I personally enjoyed the university. All the classes were manageable and all the staff including the chair of the program would help me whenever needed even as an online student.

I was just accepted into a Family Nurse Practitioner program at a different university, but I had no issues with transferring my credits since it is an accredited university.

In conclusion I would recommend this program, good luck!

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Thanks so much for your positive feedback! About how long did it take to complete? I'm hoping to finish in about a year or so. What did the classes consist of? papers, presentations, any group work, exams?

Also any classes you would not recommend taking with another class? I work and have a family so trying to be realistic what I can handle. Still feel like I'm not getting enough info about their program and want to make sure it's a good fit for me! Thanks

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I was going to start this month but I will probably delay it until next start date in January. I still haven't seen many reviews.

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