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    Bryant and Stratton ADN

    That's great! I like it so far, the first few weeks were stressful and heavy but it became more manageable once i got down a study routine. The school provides us with two pairs of scrubs in your size and you only have to wear your uniform the day you have lab/clinical.
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    Bryant and Stratton ADN

    Clinicals for fundamentals are once a week and you get to choose which day you want from Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Saturday. They were all 8 hour shifts except Friday which is 12 hrs. They may change up the days fall semester, but that's how my second term is currently. The first 5 weeks were lab then we started going to clinicals.
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    Bryant and Stratton ADN

    That's great to hear! The interview is really nothing to worry about. I spent the whole day preparing and it was more of a discussion about my schedule. Don't stress over it. :)
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    Bryant and Stratton ADN

    Healthsouth rehab hospital, how about you?
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    Bryant and Stratton ADN

    I finally got my schedule and I'm taking day classes once a week with clinicals on fridays
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    Bryant and Stratton ADN

    That's great! I'm glad there is someone else starting the same program as me
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    Bryant and Stratton ADN

    I'm starting the spring semester in May. Are you also thinking about starting?
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    Private ADN program

    My backround; I finished all of my nursing prereqs at a community college but haven't had any luck on getting into nursing programs. within 3 years i've completed prereques and gained my CNA and applied to lvn and rn programs with no luck yet. I've been stuck on the waiting list in cali. I came across this school that will allow me to finish in four semesters with my ADN. I'm thinking about attending a small private for-profit college for the ADN program. This college is regionally accredited and their ADN program is ACEN accredited. They also offer a RN-BSN route that's CCNE accredited. The school is also approved by the state board of nursing. Before making the final move, I'd want to be sure that my nursing credits will transfer over when I apply to public BSN programs or MSN programs at universities. How will i know for sure that my RN degree will be accepted when applying to public RN-BSN programs elsewhere? I'm nervous because their program recently received accreditation in 2016, will this effect my applications to universities? I've also heard a lot of bad comments when looking into for-profit and private schools. Also, when applying to RN-BSN programs, do my science prereqs from my cc have to be within the 5 yr mark as some schools require a time frame?
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    Bryant & stratton or ECPI / MCI For RN?

    Which program did you decide to go to? I was also debating ECPI or B&S. I'm confused as to whether B&S credits will transfer to vcu for the RN-BSN. I know B&S is regionally accredited school, and their nursing program is state approved and acen/ccne approved! there shouldn't be a problem but I would also like to be 100% sure because I'm thinking about starting this year. I took a tour at B&S and they were so helpful throughout the entire meeting.
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    Bryant and Stratton ADN

    Hi, I'm an out of state student from California, I'm possibly moving to Va for nursing school. I came across Bryant and Stratton college in Richmond Va. I just want to know if anyone has graduated from the ADN program recently? I know the school is regionally accredited by middle states commission on higher education, approved by the Va state and is ACENand CCNE accredited. Has anyone had any trouble transferring their credits to further their nursing degree for a BSN or MSN? Would I be able to transfer to another regionally accredited university that offers the RN-BSN? What do you think about their nursing program?