Hello Everyone. My husband and I will be moving to the Triangle area for my husbands job; he just got hired at UNC Hospital. My question is about whether the three big hospitals (UNC, Duke, or Wake) will hire someone who graduated from a non-NLN accredited school.My ADN school where I graduated from lost its accreditation because it failed to turned paperwork in a timely manner that documented that they had a certain ratio of clinical preceptors with masters degrees. The school lost the accreditation the Fall I was supposed to graduate.I have been working as a RN in a long-term/transitional care facility for a year in Vermont. I was able to get into a RN-BSN program through Washington State University that is CCNE accredited through distance learning. I am scheduled to complete the degree Fall 2011. It is my dream to work in hospital in critical care nursing speciality.UNC Hospitals says that they require applicants to have graduated from a state accredited school. I don't know if that has changed since UNC became a Magnate hospital.Duke and WakeMed do not look like they hire nurses from non-NLN schools.Another hospital I was looking at was North Carolina Speciality Hospital in Durham.I have thought of the possibility of doing travel nursing at one of those hospitals so I can get more experience and my foot in the door. By the time I graduate in December, my degree will be a non-issue. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.