I am planning a move to Alaska this August. I'm currently a sophomore in a BSN program but have not started my clinicals yet so switching programs isn't a huge deal. I'm planning on applying this week to meet the February 1st deadline, but I saw on another post that there is a waitlist. Is this true for both the associates and bachelors degree? I'm currently a 4.0 student, but I'm still concerned about being placed on a waitlist. Any help would be great!
Jan 19, '11
HI! well there really isn't a "waitlist" per se. I met with my advisor on the 7th of this year and basically they pick the best out of the applicants. If you aren't selected then you would have to reapply. I was looking to do the BSN program because there are two applying dates and I heard it wasn't as competitive as the adn/asn. But if you have a 4.0,a good score on the PAX-RN test and medical experience I'd say give it a shot! Good luck!
Jan 30, '11
Actually, there is a wait list and it is 1 - 1.5 yrs long for the Bachelor's program.
Feb 16, '11
Correct for the BSN yes... For the adn no wait list. You just have to keep re-applying. Have you had any luck yet with uaa?