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Blog Post

By: Jersey College // February 24, 2016

5 Advantages of Choosing an Evening Nursing Program

5 Advantages of Choosing an Evening Nursing Program

When choosing to continue your nursing education, it is important that you choose the program that works best for you. When deciding between day classes and night classes, you should take into consideration your lifestyle and your responsibilities. For some people the evening program may be the best option. Here are just a few different advantages of studying in an evening nursing program.

1. Keep your day job.
For those worried about finances while being in school, night classes can help soothe your fears. Studying in an evening program gives you the opportunity to earn while you learn. Evening classes may allow the flexibility to keep working at your job while still earning your degree. You can improve yourself at school while continuing to earn money.

2. Advance your career.
Some people are entering nursing school to advance from a CNA to a LPN or an LPN to a RN. Evening classes may allow you to continue in your nursing position, while still improving your nursing skills and earning your LPN or RN.

3. Night Owl friendly.
Not a “morning person”? For those night owls out there, evening classes may be a better option than day classes. Some people work better at night, while some people work better in the morning. Instead of going into a morning class unfocused and grumpy, you’ll be able to come to your evening class prepared and ready to learn.

4. Free-time during the day.
For those who are not working during the day, evening classes may allow for free-time before class. By taking your classes at night, you may have time during the day to run errands, make appointments, do homework, and spend time with your family.

5. Less distractions.
Typically evenings at college campuses are less hectic and more low-key. Campus visitors generally come during daytime hours, so less traffic at night means less noise. This may also allow more resources to be available, such as computer labs.

Click here to learn more about the evening nursing programs offered at Jersey College!