College Junior 2013-12-07T13:55:11Z
I have had acceptable levels of help.
College Freshman 2013-12-06T10:15:19Z
horrible flexibility I went from working 30 hours to 10 once classes started
College Senior 2013-11-08T21:44:15Z
An example with the academic flexibility at my school is when I received a parking ticket for parking in a "reserved parking" spot on campus. I sent a check in the mail to pay the $25 fee, and being new to my checking account, the check bounced. I spoke with the cashiers office and asked who I would talk to about possibly having the NSF fee being waived. I then talked with accounting, and explained how my bank waived the fee because I've never had a fee like this, the accounting office told me if I could provide proof that my bank waived the fee I could submit that information to the director of accounting and I would have a better chance of it being waived.
College Junior 2013-09-30T20:29:38Z
Before I began nursing school, the flexibility of classes (times/days) was very good. During Running Start, I took nursing prerequisites and classes to apply towards my high school diploma. I was able to work around the classes I had at the high school, as well as work and swim team.
The Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program is not flexible. School takes the highest time priority in your life, but only for two years.
The Bachelor's of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is quite flexible. There are education plans for completing your degree in one, two, or three years, with classes only a few days per week.
College Freshman 2013-09-25T07:34:01Z
I love my school so much. Getting in and applying was little harder then the learning experience in classes after. It takes a lot out of your time and energy getting in. You have to talk to a counselor, apply for your classes of interest, apply for FAFSA/pay for your classes, wait for FAFSA to come through, and buy your books. In the end, it's worth it though if you really want it!
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