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Cialis for woman She’ll peek later.

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When I applied to the University of Wisconsin to begin my BSN program, cialis for woman I took a leap of faith. Cialis for woman I didn’t know how I was going to afford it, cialis for woman how much work it was going to take or, cialis for woman basically, cialis for woman what the hell I was getting into.

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I was meant to be there.

Now I’ve been accepted into the MSN program at California State University at Dominguez Hills.

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Have you ever had misgivings about a decision and pushed them into the background, cialis for woman discounted them as “butterflies”, cialis for woman ignored the nagging little voice in your head? Until one day, cialis for woman something happens and you realize you are not being honest with yourself.

That’s what has happened to me.

It seems so trivial.

But it made me realize I made a mistake.

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What triggered this realization?

Cialis for woman On July 12th, cialis for woman the trustees of the California State University system approved a 12% increase in tuition for the fall semester. Cialis for woman A semester I had already been charged for, cialis for woman by the way. Cialis for woman California has budget cuts, cialis for woman I get it. Cialis for woman This state is basically a financial cesspool. Cialis for woman But the trustees also approved a $100, cialis for woman000 raise for the president of San Diego State. This esteemed academician will now make $400, cialis for woman000 a year.

Going into debt for this degree ran against the grain of every bone in my body, cialis for woman but I was going to take a small student loan to get started. Cialis for woman But not anymore. Cialis for woman Not for this program. Cialis for woman I will not take on debt for a 12% increase in tuition so a university president can get a 25% raise in the same year. Cialis for woman I don’t know about you guys, cialis for woman but $300, cialis for woman000 AND A PROVIDED RESIDENCE is a damn good living, cialis for woman even in San Diego and even in California. Cialis for woman I’m sure there are people willing to do the job for $200, cialis for woman000.

(You can best believe my would-have-been nursing professors don’t even see half that.)

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Cialis for woman CSUDH is a great program with a good reputation. Cialis for woman They are a pioneer in nursing distance education. Cialis for woman One of my colleagues graduated with her MSN in Nursing Education from the program and she absolutely loved it.

Cialis for woman But this is neither the time nor the program for me, cialis for woman and all the doubts about attending and the misgivings about financing that I suppressed, cialis for woman ignored or rationalized came to the forefront with this one news headline.

Cialis for woman I’m still going for the MSN, cialis for woman but something tells me I’ll be looking outside the state of California.

Cialis for woman Graduate school is an enormous decision, cialis for woman frankly, cialis for woman more than I appreciated. Cialis for woman I am going to take my time, cialis for woman research the programs, cialis for woman evaluate the options. Cialis for woman And I’ll know when the decision is right because it I’ll be at peace with the decision.

Cialis for woman You’d think I’d have learned by now to listen to that nagging inner voice…

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6 Comments

  • Michele Roberts
    Michele Roberts

    July 15, 2011 at 1:30 pm

    In the end, everything will fall into place like it did for your BSN program – the salary that they are willing to pay the president of the university is ridiculously high, and you are probably right, the nursing staff is probably making much less than they could be making clinically – and it is a damn shame . . .


  • Andi
    Andi

    July 16, 2011 at 12:04 am

    I will be starting my BSN through CSUDH this next spring semester. I am lucky enought o work for a government hospital that will pay for me to bridge from ASN to BSN as long as I commit to working for then for 6 years. Still the tuition hikes are driving me insane and I’m with you on being mad about the raise! Money not well spent at all.


  • Vi
    Vi

    July 16, 2011 at 12:51 pm

    I’m sorry to hear that. Can you defer your admission in case you change your mind next year? (I have to say, in-state tuition is really the way to go if possible, so I hope you can find something you like in California.)

    Also, I agree that the raise is ridiculous! My boss (a researcher at a university) voluntarily took a pay cut in order to help keep the research assistants’ salaries being paid. And believe me, she was not making six figures to begin with. My undergrad college’s president quietly donated a large portion of her salary back to the college every year.
    Even if the trustees approved the raise, SDSU’s president didn’t have to accept it. That’s shameful.
    (Also, if he’s making $300,000 now and getting a $100,000 raise, that’s a 33% raise, not 25%, so that’s even worse.)


  • The Nerdy Nurse
    The Nerdy Nurse

    July 17, 2011 at 10:56 pm

    Graduate school is a challenge I know I’ll face one day. I agree with you in the need to really evaluate your options in education, since there are drastic differences in costs and terms of the various schools.
    It is unfortunate that the university if passing on the costs of a HUGE raise to the students, although I’m sure they’ll claim the two are entirely unrelated. I am reminded of how my hospital decided they would cut out the quarterly retention bonus at the same time the announced they were doing a major remodel including the installation of duel fountains… robbing from the backbone of the hospital to keep up with the other hospital Jones.


  • NPs Save Lives
    NPs Save Lives

    July 23, 2011 at 7:38 am

    Hang in there Kim! Listen to your inner voice because it’s right most of the time. You are meant to have a Master’s degree but only when it’s the right time for you.


  • RN-INC
    RN-INC

    July 27, 2011 at 4:02 pm

    I understand your problem. I just finished my BSN and now I am looking to get my MSN. It is a hard step. I will tell you not to sweat things you have no control over. Time is money. Your accepted into a good college and like someone else said if you go out of state you will be paying just as much. Don’t let someone elses raise take you eye off of your focus. Your MSN, because if it does you loose. Also if you haven’t checked out the new network exclusively for RNs you should. Visit http://www.rn-inc.weebly.com and join.
    Good Luck.


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My name is Kim, and I'm a nurse in the San Francisco Bay area. I've been a nurse for 33 years; I graduated in 1978 with my ADN. My experience is predominately Emergency and Critical Care, and I have also worked in Psychiatry and Pediatrics. I made the decision to be a nurse back in 1966 at the age of nine...

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