California to Texas-finding a bridge program near Houston

  1. My husband and I have been in California for the last 4 years. I got my LVN here and have been working for almost 2 years. We just had our first child, almost 6months ago We found out today that my husband got orders to Korea for a year. During that time I'm moving in with my parents...they're in the Houston area -Tomball.
    After that year,we will move 3hrs away closer to Ft.Hood,where he'll be stationed after Korea.

    I'm looking for a bridge program (Lvn to RN) that I can finish while he's gone. Private colleges are ok and kind of preferred as they don't have waitlists
    but I haven't found any! Could someone tell me what's out there? I've went to the TX bon site and had a look but...I only see lonestar colleges and chamberlain (3yrs-won't work) and a few colleges that aren't CCNE or ACEN accredited which is just a waste of my time. far I've sent applications to WGU TX and UTA AOBSN

    any new new info would be so so helpful!
    Last edit by WonderousIvy on Oct 30, '17 : Reason: Typos
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  3. by   WonderousIvy
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  4. by   CurlyGirlie
    Take a look at Lone Star College. They have several locations in the Houston area. Lone Star has a LVN-RN Bridge Program at Lone Star- North Harris for sure.
  5. by   WonderousIvy
    Thx! I've looked into lonestar colleges but unfortunately I just don't have the time for their programs. I've applied to WGU and UTA and hoping one of those picks me up. I need that flexibility!
  6. by   CurlyGirlie
    I've heard great things about WGU and UTA. Good luck to you!