Friday, December 10, 2010

Just when I think a decision has been made...

Options open up and I change my path. 20% reduction in cost, employer contribution & graduation in 2012 instead of 2014... I may need to rethink my plans.


  1. Holy cow dude, how is that possible?? But great, wonderful, awesome!!! How can they get you done by 2012?

  2. Having options is confusing sometimes, but it's a good thing. Are you considering an ADN program now? I think you'll find that the big jump in pay and in job opportunities will occur in going from LPN to RN... and not as much of a jump occurs with the BSN. LPN-to-BSN just seems like an awful long time to be in school without seeing an immediate benefit.

    If you are pursuing an ADN and you're looking to go back to school in the future, there are plenty of RN-to-MSN programs out there for nurses with a good GPA and work experience who want to move into advanced practice or education.

    Good luck to you!