You go to school year-round--Fall, Spring, and Summer. And of course, financial aid/scholarships don't exist in the summer, so you have to figure out a way to pay for the summer term yourself. If you are required to go in the summer, like you are at Baptist, then they should help you out in some way. Baptist College is way too expensive. Once you start your clinical classes, they aren't enough to be full time so you must take/pay for extra classes that you don't even need.
I feel like the school doesn't give students enough information on how to schedule classes. The general studies professors need to collaborate moreso with the nursing professors so students don't get so bogged down with extra classes when they are starting nursing courses.
the worst thing here is the cash amount of the college. I wish that it was cheaper.
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