Now that many of us are headed back to school (or just starting!), we thought we'd round up all of our best articles on nursing school to answer the many questions you're going to have over the next few weeks (not to mention the entire year).
Use this guide as your go-to resource for all things nursing school and check back because we'll be updating it whenever we launch new nursing school content. Good luck this year!
Part One What Will Nursing School Be Like?
Get an idea of what to expect during your first semester of nursing school, including what do you learn? What classes will you take? When do clinical rotations start? And how hard is it?
Your first time in a hospital for clinical rotations can be daunting, but we're answering all your questions about it!
If you're looking for a little help studying, we’ve rounded up some of the best study and nursing school survival tips that won’t leave your hand cramping from taking notes.
Whether you’re in nursing school now or are preparing to enter the world of scrubs and stethoscopes, we have some news for you: nursing school is like nothing you can ever imagine. Here's what you need to know.
Online nursing school might be the new norm. If it's in your future, here's what you need to succeed.
One of the most common questions people ask when they consider entering into the nursing profession is, how hard is nursing school? We dug into a variety of nursing programs to help you understand the kind of commitment each one will require, as well as tips for how to succeed!
Part Two Paying for Nursing School
Are you wondering how you'll ever manage to pay for nursing school? Or considering if you can get nursing school paid for? This guide will walk you through step-by-step how to pay for your next nursing degree.
Outside of the direct costs of your school’s tuition, there are a lot of “hidden” costs you need to think about. Here’s a look at what you can expect to budget for during nursing school.
What are nursing apprenticeships and how can you use them to help finance your education?
Part Three Getting into Nursing School
Getting into nursing school is a dream come true for most prospective nurses but the process can be a daunting task. We've broken down the process to help you secure a spot into your first-choice nursing program.
Nursing programs remain one of the most competitive programs in terms of gaining entry. Here's what you need to know about getting in.
If you’re looking to become a nurse but have bad grades or a low-grade point average (GPA), you may be concerned about getting into nursing school. But there are steps you can take to help your chances!
Part Four Choosing a Nursing School
While there are many important factors when choosing a nursing program, accreditation must be the first step, especially when applying to an online nursing program.
Before deciding to pursue your next nursing degree online, take a look at the pros and cons.
With so many nursing schools, how do you pick the best option? We've found the top 10 nursing schools in the nation.
Thinking about going back to school to get your BSN? Check out the top RN-to-BSN programs!
Part Five Advancing Your Nursing Education
What you need to think about before deciding to go back to school and get that next degree.
Every nursing degree and level listed out so you can map out your next move.
Pursuing an MSN is a big investment of money, time, and effort, so you want to be sure that you know what you’re getting into before you move forward.
If you’re considering a Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree you might be having a hard time deciding if it’s the right degree for you.
Dr. Charnelle Lewis DNP, CRNA takes us on her journey from registered nurse to Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist and why she chose to earn her DNP over her MSN.
Part Six Nursing School Motivation
Discover how one nurse went from a certified nurse assistant to nurse practitioner, business founder, and CEO.
Nursing school is hard! But imagine being pregnant in nursing school? We caught up with Sierra Hardy, BSN, RN-BC, CCRN-CMC-CSC (and DNP Nurse Anesthesia student) to discuss her journey from pregnancy to parenthood through two nursing programs.
Thanks to his hard-working ethic, perseverance and dreams of a better life, Enrique Ceniceros pushed to become a successful registered nurse. Read about his story!