CSULB Fall 2012 BSN - page 60

Hi! I think the CSULB School of nursing recently post new pool statistics including those who were chosen for Fall 2011. Knowing that the rating average is 8.91/10, that seems like a huge... Read More

  1. by   CluelessNursingGuy
    Like I said before, I think that's just for admission to the school, and not necessarily to the nursing program as well.
  2. by   DarkBluePhoenix
    Every school has the same thing. They admit you. You accept it. Your in. Now I was rejected from the university for the major but could have gone in another major and would have done the same process as you. I would have been admitted and then accepted in online.
    I did the same thing at Cal Poly
  3. by   Dr. Choco
    Maybe you are right. The enrollment office misunderstood me. I will email nursing department.
  4. by   DarkBluePhoenix
    good luck getting a response
  5. by   CluelessNursingGuy
    I guess if we had to look at this positively... nothing is for certain. They are working on it. We just have to wait another 3 weeks, ughhh.
  6. by   DarkBluePhoenix
    For you guys. I have been rejected from the beginning.

    Good luck guys. I hope something comes good out of this!
  7. by   justinpark09
    Do not give up Phoenix,
    try RN-BSN if nursing is what you really wanna to do !!!
    I wont give up my dream .
  8. by   PeaceLoveHapp3ness
    Wow, everytime I come back to this thread, there doesn't seem to be any good news. I am a transfer student as well so I guess Im gona have to cross my fingers with this.
    Last edit by PeaceLoveHapp3ness on Apr 23, '12
  9. by   lucyc66
    The university should think about giving more money to the SON, where it is actually needed. Take it from the art department, the foreign language department, theater arts, philosophy (worthless majors, should i go on?) who cares from where. It's not like those majors have anything of value to contribute to society in the long run.
  10. by   CluelessNursingGuy
    LOL a bit harsh Lucy!!!

    To be fair though, these budget cuts are devastating all public education systems. It's not really their fault, but it still sucks nevertheless. :/
  11. by   Jessica_ca
    I agree with hnguyen509.
    Even though we don't get accepted, we have other choices.

    Phoenix, don't give up!
    I am also a transfer student.
    I got an acceptance letter from one of backup schools, so if I am not selected in CSULB, I will go to the school that is in a community college.
    And I will transfer to university (RN-BSN).
    Be positive ;-)
    Last edit by Jessica_ca on Apr 23, '12
  12. by   lkirchy
    I agree with hnguyen509 and jessica_ca, try CC's as well. They're more hands on than BSN (All of my clinical instructors & nurses have mentioned this). As of right now, CSUF is not impacted for their RN-BSN program. Though it'll be hard to get a job, it's worth it.
  13. by   LavenderButterfly
    Well it's clear that I'll be wearing wigs to school no matter where I get in because I'll be BALD! This application period is BEYOND stressing me out! Anywho I guess I'll just add my 2cents into the mix. After awaking this morning and seeing a feed FULL of heartbreaking news. I decided to place a call myself. I contacted the coordinator for the program and this is what I was told " The list has been given to enrollment services. They have to go through the list and check off every student. We are unable to odds admission to anyone until this is done. I will try to get them out as soon as possible" she also mentioned that she has been gone for 3WEEKS and that all notices to applicants would be made by email. What she didn't mention was anything about transfer students, budget, etc. so I'm not sure what to think about any of that. Honestly she sounded just as exhausted as all of us do, but she didn't insinuate that any delay or changes were due to budget etc. Sooooo I guess the bottom line to ALL of this is that we are and will be STILL waiting. I've been periodically checkin the status of my app lately and it just says that my app has been submitted to the department for review.