I'm a 2nd semester ADN student that's attending a community college here in NC. If you were not planning on changing states, you could get your ADN at Coastal, then find out which 4 year schools close to you are offering the 1 year ADN to BSN program. I'll be doing that with Western Carolina University since they are "co-oping" this way with my community college. And the majority of the classes are online, with me only needing to drive the 50 miles to Western once per month for a 1 day lab/seminar. I'd get with your advisor and check into that. It's a GREAT deal. Do you have to move to Texas? If you are in the eastern/coastal area of NC, I think (not 100% sure) East Carolina has a similar program and they have a WONDERFUL nursing program. I hope this helps. :) Oh, and Calculus is nowhere on the schedule. lol. I had to take an Algebra course as a prerquisite for the ADN program....and general Chemistry...but that was it as far as mathematically oriented classed went. I thought I wasn't very good in math as well, because it had been 30 years since I took a math course, (I'm 42) but I got an A. YOU CAN TOO!!!! You can do this!