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  1. I’m having a very hard time deciding on a nursing program. The first BSN program is accelerated for 12 months, starting in October 2020 to October 2021 but is $42,000. The other would not be accelerated starting this Summer but $12,000-14,000 cheaper. They would give me a lot of scholarships but would not finish until May of 2022. Any advice? It's just too bad because the more expensive ones has clinicals in the area where I'd possibly like to be working.
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    Program Advice

    I’m having a very hard time deciding on a nursing program. The first one is accelerated for 12 months, starting in October 2020 to October 2021 but is $42,000. The other would not be accelerated starting this Summer but $12,000-14,000 cheaper. They would give me a lot of scholarships but would not finish until may of 2022. Any advice?
  3. I was wondering if anyone knew of scholarships for students pursuing an accelerated BSN. I was not sure if during these COVID-19 times if there were any extra scholarships or ways to finance an accelerated BSN. I'm hoping I can come up with at least half ($21,000 of the $42,000). Any advice?
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    Has anyone left nursing job due to COVID19 virus?

    Luckily my family is healthy. Some doctors are renting RVs and sleeping in them to protect their families though.
  5. How do I message you? I can share what happened. I'm pretty certain I want to work in a clinic as an NP but I guess CRNA has also crossed my mind.
  6. I had plans to be a doctor. After attending one semester of medical school it was not the right fit for me. I graduated with a human biology degree with a health science emphasis. I am debating whether I should do an accelerated BSN or direct entry masters program. Medical school was $53,000 a year, and I’d really like to be a nurse. My goal is to save up and work as a nurse a few years before I likely become an NP. However, I'd like to find the cheapest way to do this. I have applied to the accelerated BSN which would be 12 months and about $42,000. If I did the BSN program I'd live at home and commute as it is close and not have too many expenses. I could also likely start in October 2020 and be done in October 2021. Then I'd work as a nurse and do to school part-time and do a tuition reimbursement program at my work. I have inquired about a few state schools' direct entry MSN programs but I am honestly not sure the best way to proceed. I’ve worked as CNA for 3 years and started working in the hospital just recently. Interviews for the accelerated BSN are end of April so things are moving quickly. Any advice for me? Thanks and have a great day!
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