Brookline College 2012 - page 5
I just got accepted into Brookline's BSN program, and I'm supposed to start in their 2nd semester in Jan...I'm so excited to be moving back to AZ from NY and begin nursing school already...anyone else going to Brookline starting... Read More
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- 0Jan 10, '13 by ArizonachicI keep getting this message when I try to message you back
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my email is [email protected] (arizona chic @ live . com ) without spaces. Maybe we can communicate like that since I cant find you on Fb.
- 0Jan 11, '13 by TRINI82Quote from ArizonachicThank you...the gen ed classes were a little rough in the sense there may be some disorganisation, but nothing you can't manage...but I will say hold on and once you get into 5th semester it feels like you're in an entirely different school...I love and hate it at the same time, and only hate it for selfish reasons like I can't hang out or sleep in anymore lol...this semester is very demanding, and we saw this as soon as we opened the first text, but we are excited and can't wait to start clinicals...good luck, and pay no attention to rumours
Congrats on being in the 5th semester that is awesome!! What did you think of all the previous classes? What did you like the most and the least?
- 0Apr 4, '13 by Mem2012Just got this email yesterday..
I am thrilled to announce that today I received the letter from the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) confirming the initial accreditation of our BSN program. This recognition—within two years of launching the program—is an acknowledgement of the caliber and quality of the program and our faculty. It means that all prior and future graduates until the next review in 2017 can confirm they graduated from an NLNAC accredited program.
Please join me in congratulating our hard-working faculty and staff a this is their honor and they have earned it!