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Hello.....Thinking about going to nursing school.....I wanted to know a school near me that I can go too....I leave in NJ in Hackensack.....If any body can help me....I dont want to go to bergen community college I want to go some where good.....Please Help....thank you

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Specializes in Cardiac, Derm, OB.

Try http://www.allnursing schools.com enter your state & type of program and it will list schools. Also, your state board of nursing should list on their website.

Hope this helps.

Hello.....Thinking about going to nursing school.....I wanted to know a school near me that I can go too....I leave in NJ in Hackensack.....If any body can help me....I dont want to go to bergen community college I want to go some where good.....Please Help....thank you

I live in Camden County. There are two nursing schools offered by the county college: Helene Fuld and Lady of Lourdes (both three year programs). Ive never heard anything bad about either school. I am actually accepted at Helene Fuld, which has a 97% NCLEX passing rate. Also Gloucester County has a two year program but I heard they had thier accredition (i think thats what it is!) taken away because thier graduating nurses were NOT passing the NCLEX. Well thats three schools off the top of my head. Oh and Rutgers has a BSN program. I hope that helps.

Hello.....Thinking about going to nursing school.....I wanted to know a school near me that I can go too....I leave in NJ in Hackensack.....If any body can help me....I dont want to go to bergen community college I want to go some where good.....Please Help....thank you

http://www.njsna.org/schools.html This website lists all Nursing programs in NJ. The schools are grouped according to Degree types. Because you live in North Jersey, you have a lot of options as far as programs right in your area. Check the websites of your local hospitals, they might have Nursing programs. Two programs right near Hackensack are Fairleigh Dickinson for a BSN and Holy Name Hospital for a Diploma in Nursing. A little farther away you have William Patterson University, they have a BSN program. Good luck!!

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