Is it time to throw the towel in? - page 2

I have pondered this question for several weeks now. I recently moved from the midwest to the east coast, with the hope of continuing school. I was enrolled in the first year of a BSN program and... Read More

  1. by   traumaRUs
    Please don't give up...I was a military wife while in school and believe me, I know your frustration. Take care and keep your head up!
  2. by   MttoRN
    You guys are absolutely awesome!! I can discuss my concerns with my family, but I really think it is hard for them to understand what I'm saying. You all know exactly where I'm coming from. It's kind of weird how things work out, but sitting next to me in my philosophy class is a nurse of some 15 years. She said she thought about me after the first night of class and urged me to please not give up. There always seems to be an easier solution to problems, such as "throwing the towel in." But as wahoowa said above, I would probably regret it later. Something you've wanted to do for 20 years or so just doesn't cease being something you want to do anymore. Thanks for letting me share and I will keep you posted on my progress.
  3. by   MttoRN
    I didn't have to wait long. The next week after posting this message, I got a call that a seat had opened up at the CC I applied to...I think I scared the Co-Chairman with my enthusiasm. Thanks for the support.
  4. by   kbella1218
    Sentara has LPN & RN programs (Norfolk & Chesapeake), and Bon Secours has LPN & RN progarms at DePaul (Norfolk) and Maryview (Portsmouth). Obici Hospital (Suffolk) has an LPN program. Good luck!
  5. by   rjflyn
    It goes the same for us that have an ADN and want to finish a BSN. Every school you look in to has different requirements. Some you can get into and take the classes you need other wont even let you start, so I have to go to school full time for 3 years for a total of 5 years for a 4 year degree.

    That or pay UofP type tuition.

    :angryfire Rj