I have a B.A degree in Psychology (3.1 GPA) and also have some Master's credits under my belt, both in Psychology and Business (3.6 GPA). I have completed all my pre-requisites for Nursing except for Nutrition, with a 3.5 GPA. I currently work full-time and will have to continue to work full-time through any program I am accepted into unless I can obtain some type of scholarship that pays tuition and living expenses. So how do I complete a BSN program and work full-time during the day and obtain a scholarship that pays for tuition and living expenses, that won't be based on my current salary. Because it seems unlikely that I will find a night job for which I am qualified for that will pay me enough to live off of (rent, food, and utilities). I actually need to probably increase my salary to be able to pay for tuition and living expenses. I have though about the ADN, but it looks like I will still have to go back to get my BSN to reach my ultimate goal of completing a CRNA. Which if I still have to get my BSN, then pursuing the ADN is pointless. Can I have an ADN and BA, and be accepted into a CRNA program (of course after meeting the experience and other requirements needed)? If so, which schools should I look at? If not the CRNA, do any NP programs accepts ADN and BA's?I was accepted into Stevenson Universities BSN program, but wasn't able to attend because I could not find money to pay for tuition and living expenses. Since I already have a Bachelor's I am not eligible for many of the programs out there and I already have student loans, so I don't want to have to take out much of or any more of that type of aid. I just can't seem to figure out a route that would work for me. Any suggestions for people in similar situations would be greatly appreciated.