Saint Scholastic RN-BSN program

  1. Hi- Has anyone heard about the RN to BSN program at Saint Scholastica? Just wondering about how the program is... I've heard that it is a ton of writing papers, and it is really quickly paced. Would love to hear advice if you've heard anything or have gone there.
    Thank you
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  3. by   eightpennies
    I'd love to know as well! Right now I am debating between St. Scholastica and Rasmussen.
  4. by   PedsRN-07
    Hi! Sorry I just saw this now. Have not been on this site for a while. I graduated from St. Scholastica from the RN-BS nursing program. I LOVED it! It was a lot of work, tons of papers to write, and a project to complete at the end of the program. All of the professors were nice, helpful, and got back to me in a timely manner. We used blackboard for our assignments and discussions. I went full time and graduated in 9 months! Worked 64 hours every 2 weeks. It was very doable but a LOT of work! I highly recommend the program =)
  5. by   eightpennies
    Thanks for the feedback!!!
  6. by   FutureIDNP
    Do they offer this program online??? I'm graduating w my ADN on May but I'm looking for an online route.
  7. by   eightpennies
    Yes, they do!
  8. by   Taber24
    Quote from PedsRN-07
    Hi! Sorry I just saw this now. Have not been on this site for a while. I graduated from St. Scholastica from the RN-BS nursing program. I LOVED it! It was a lot of work, tons of papers to write, and a project to complete at the end of the program. All of the professors were nice, helpful, and got back to me in a timely manner. We used blackboard for our assignments and discussions. I went full time and graduated in 9 months! Worked 64 hours every 2 weeks. It was very doable but a LOT of work! I highly recommend the program =)

    Hello PedsRN,

    I am currently looking into St. Scholastica RN-BSN, I plan on working around 24 hours a week as well as having plenty of family time for my three year old. Do you think if I went full time with the RN-BSN program, I would be able to achieve this balance? Also if you don't mind me asking, where you able to achieve a good GPA throughout the program? Thanks in advance!

    -Taber

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