I have been accepted at a school that is inexpensive (by comparison to others). However, the school is ranked in the lower quartile. Would I be foolish to not matriculate and apply to schools that have a "higher ranking" by U.S News and World Report but are more than double the price?
At the end of the day...does it matter what program you attend? Everyone takes the same test to enter the profession. As an older applicant/student, I am thinking a lot about the impact that large ($80,000+) student loans would have on my life after graduating from CRNA school.
Feed-back from practicing CRNAs would be greatly appreciated.