Well, now I have dilemma. I have been accepted as a transfer into a BNS program starting this fall. Whew, at least the hard work has paid off and I know no matter what I will be in a program this fall. I am an older student (40's) changing careers. I am hoping to hear in April that I have also been accepted to the ADN program I have applied for. May be jumping the gun but if I get into both I am not sure what to do. I work at a hospital and at this point the hospital system is only hiring BSN's as new nurses. BSN students get preference in SNAP positions and so on. ADN would have me out working earlier but would still take longer to get the BSN. So, three years to complete the BSN or two years to complete ADN get out and hopefully get a job, work a year and do a ADN to BSN program? In our area most all the ADN to BSN programs start in June and run 12 months. The deadline for application would have past by the time I graduate from the ADN program so would have to wait a year to enter the ADN to BSN program. Of course I may not get into the ADN program and my choice is made for me. If it was up to you, what would you do?
Good luck everyone! The wait is horrible!