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Transferring into a BSN program in NJ..HELP!!!

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Hello everybody. I need your help. I am currently a student at a community college. I will be graduating in May. Currently my gpa is a 3.66. Im hoping to get it higher than that.

And I was wondering on what colleges in NJ offer the option to transfer into their nursing program. Im really thinking of going to Felician. This Friday is their Instant Decision Day. So maybe I'll get in. I know their tuition is very pricey but it is does seem that they have a good nursing program. I do not want to go to FDU. I had a bad experience at that college. Is there any other colleges in NJ that I can transfer into?

I wish RU had the option of transferring into their program but they took that option out. I also do not want to go to Bloomfield. I feel like I'm running out of options. Please I need your help.

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26 Posts; 2,123 Profile Views

Hello everybody. I need your help. I am currently a student at a community college. I will be graduating in May. Currently my gpa is a 3.66. Im hoping to get it higher than that.

And I was wondering on what colleges in NJ offer the option to transfer into their nursing program. Im really thinking of going to Felician. I know their tuition is very pricey but it does seem that they have a good nursing program. I do not want to go to FDU. I had a bad experience at that college. Is there any other colleges in NJ that I can transfer into?

I wish RU had the option of transferring into their program but they took that option out. I also do not want to go to Bloomfield. I feel like I'm running out of options. Please I need your help.

Are there colleges out there in NJ that are a bit easier on the transfer process? Any advice on what I should do will be greatly appreciated.

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It depends on your college and their affiliation with other schools. I also go to a community college in jersey and we have an affiliation with our lady of Lourdes. When signing up for my prereqs, I would make sure all my credits transfer there and to immaculata to obtain my bsn. I had to take the 200 levels of science which are a bit more in depth then basic sciences courses. Talk to nursing schools around your area and see what credits they will accept. I know a lot of students go to Jefferson but to be honest I'm not exactly sure how their transferring works because I set myself up to go to Lourdes. Email te nursing schools you are interested in and set up an appointment to see what credits are acceptable.

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