I am very interested in applying to Indiana State University Online distance LPN-BSN program. I am from Pennsylvania and have over 53+ credits to transfer into the program.
I have been searching the web for quite awhile now and have had no luck finding information or reviews from previous graduates of this program or anyone who is currently in the process of the program.
I would love to speak with anyone who has graduated from ISU online LPN-BSN online program!
I am curious; how long did the program take you to complete and how many classes did you take per semester? Were you able to find clinical sites easily? Do you feel you received an adequate education from the online program and did you gain a high level of knowledge from the clinical experience. Did you pass the NCLEX-RN the first time? Was any financial aid received for the program and what was an estimate of the overall cost of the program. Was payment due durning the program or after? Are the exams included in the total tuition or paid separately out of pocket? Lastly, do you have any advice for incoming students or anything that you may have done differently?
Thank you for taking the time to read this post!
I look forward to your responses!!!
Feb 8, '17
I didn't do the online LPN-BSN, I did their campus based ABSN. Here are the stats on the different pathways.
LPN to BSN
Licensure examination pass rate (2015) 84.1% (58/69)
Students’ completion rate 71.2%
Job placement rate 100%
I'm also thinking about applying to their spring 19 program. We're you able to find the answer to your questions? If so, please share.