Indiana College Network

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Does anyone know if the Indiana College Network is similar to the College Network? I've recently been accepted to the Univeristy of Southern Indiana RN-BSN online program and am thinking of using the ICN to get my prerequisites done. Any information will be appreciated.

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Katrina

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Does anyone know if the Indiana College Network is similar to the College Network? I've recently been accepted to the Univeristy of Southern Indiana RN-BSN online program and am thinking of using the ICN to get my prerequisites done. Any information will be appreciated.

Thanks,

Katrina

I just went to a College Network seminar this week and found out that with the College Network you can get your BSN through Indiana University. You have to get all your pre reqs. first and they are self paced. Then the second part of the program you enroll with Indiana University and those courses are done online through the internet. I wish there was someplace you could get your degree online, not just self paced programs.

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Does anyone know if the Indiana College Network is similar to the College Network? I've recently been accepted to the Univeristy of Southern Indiana RN-BSN online program and am thinking of using the ICN to get my prerequisites done. Any information will be appreciated.

Thanks,

Katrina

I believe "jennifer0223" is inrolled or soon to enroll in this very program. Might want to pm. Good luck.

KatrinaRN

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Thanks for the replys. I have discovered since my post that the Indiana College Network is different from the College Network. ICN has a partnership with multiple Indiana universities. Once you are admitted to a university in Indiana for instance, I am admitted to the University of Southern Indiana, if there is a course at my home university that isn't available when I need it I can go through ICN to take an equivalent course at one of the other universities in the partnership. You pay the tuition of your home insititute for the class even if I were to take it at let's say Ball State. That class is automatically added to my transcript at my home university without the trouble of me having to have it transferred. BTW, there is no charge to students for the service.

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