Right now, I attend JCTC. Because I'm working my way up the developmental-math ladder, it's going to take me longer than normal to take and pass all of the pre-requisites for their nursing program. I just finished my first semester, and I'm going to take and pass the classes I'm enrolled in for next semester because JCTC is closer to me than any other school, and I depend on public transportation to get around.
I'm going to have a car in about two months, so I'll be able to get around without worrying about the bus. I found Spencerian's ADN program, and after contacting them and getting more information, I found out that I'd be able to graduate in June 2012 from their nursing program as opposed to sometime in 2013 from JCTC. One thing that dissuades me from attending Spencerian is their tuition rates, and the other is that I've heard that they've been shut down in recent years by the KBN, and I don't know if they've been reinstated or if they've improved - or how employers view their graduates.
I'm working on taking CNA classes so that I can get my foot in the door. At seventeen, I can take the CNA classes, I just can't work as one. My eventual goal is to earn a doctorate and become a nurse practitioner, but that goal is at the top of a very tall ladder that I've just barely touched.
In case you decided to skip the bulk of it - and I couldn't blame you - I'm needing information about Spencerian's ADN nursing program from someone that isn't paid to tell me that it's amazing.
Thanks in advance!
Apr 21, '10
Hey, my name is Greg. I'm considering attendance in the LPN program that Spencerian College offers at the end of June. Can you e-mail me when you get a chance? I would like to ask you a few questions since you have actually been in the program. Everytime I meet with an admissions counselor, they just feed me full of crap. Thanks for your time! See ya.
PS - My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Last edit by its_greg on Apr 21, '10
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