Just wondering if anyone has any advice or details on the various community colleges and their ADN-BSN tracks or collaborative programs. Are you really most likely guaranteed a spot in the program to get your BSN after your ASN program? For example, for LBCC, LASC, LAHC, and Cerritos College will you get a spot in the program to get your BSN? Why do they say you "most likely" will get a spot and is anyone currently doing this, either in the ASN program and planning to do the BSN after, or are actually in the BSN program now from community college?
Do you recommend doing this, or just go to a private university BSN program?