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77 K for BSN in L.A.

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Hello folks!

Would you pay 77k for BSN program ? Recently I found the new school near my home ( 3 miles away) and they offer BSN program for that price , so would recommend it?

Sun0408, ASN, RN

Specializes in Trauma Surgical ICU. Has 4 years experience.

"New" school and that high, nope.

coughdrop.2.go, BSN, RN

Specializes in School Nursing, Public Health Nurse. Has 3 years experience.

First off what type of school is this? Private? For profit? Is it a degree to BSN or regular BSN or RN to BSN program?

it's private , I am not sure if its for profit, but I made mistake, although they offer BSN program too, 77k its not for BSN it's the cost of ADN program with pre-reqs included, and there is another option LVN 24 K and then 1 year of pre-reqs +1 year RN complition 53k

Sun0408, ASN, RN

Specializes in Trauma Surgical ICU. Has 4 years experience.

77k for an ADN, that's a ripe off. I would find another school.

mclennan, BSN, RN

Specializes in CCM, PHN. Has 8 years experience.

I live in LA, where are you talking about??

coughdrop.2.go, BSN, RN

Specializes in School Nursing, Public Health Nurse. Has 3 years experience.

77K for ADN? You might as well get your BSN. I got my BSN for way less than that and I finished in 4 years including pre-reqs

It's near Glendale , they moved to a new building from the other part of L.A. , I have visited their new campus and talked to advisor. The name of the school is Shephard University , they are not completely new bc they've been around for few years and were offering some other majors but I think that RN program is quite new (maybe 3-4 y IDK exactly)

77K for ADN? You might as well get your BSN. I got my BSN for way less than that and I finished in 4 years including pre-reqs
, yes I know that , but I just wanted to hear ppl's opinions, bc someone told me that its not that bad and I am quite concerned

adnrnstudent, ASN, RN

Has 5 years experience.

I wouldn't pay 77k for a BSN either. Find a state and/or county supported (public) community college or university.

ReordonaSRN

Specializes in Emergency Medicine. Has 1 years experience.

That school is in the low 70% in their NCLEX pass rate... Which is below BRN Standards... That means they most likely will be put on probation if their pass rate doesn't improve...

United States University in SD was put on probation and they are on the verge of losing their accreditation from the BRN... Students who go there are not passing the NCLEX and they can't except new students so people who paid to take their pre-req's are stuck. Just saying go with an established school...