Pima appears to be a community college, so your OP confuses me. Are you ineligible to take prerequisite courses because you need to take developmental education courses first? If so, go to the Academic Counseling Department at Pima and ask them to tell you where you need to go to take those. (I am from a different state, but community colleges here in Ohio offer developmental courses to get students ready for prerequisite courses.) In addition, they should be able to assign you to a mentor who can help you navigate your way through all of the ins-and-outs of college admission. You may even be eligible for support through programs made for first-generation college attendees, veterans, homemakers returning to college, second career students, minority students, etc. Under no circumstances should you be so eager to go to nursing school that you get involved with a for-profit school, which will cost much more money, may not meet your needs at this point, and may make it difficult to transfer credits later on.