Sacramento City college LVN Program - page 3

by sucess2012

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Hello all. Okay so it's my third time applying for the Lvn program at Scc and I a, nervous. I really really want to get in this time. I am praying it will happen but we still have a couple of weeks to wait and hear back. Anyone... Read More


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    My guess is that you should be getting your acceptance or rejection letters from them very, very shortly. My experience is that they say they will take up to 8 weeks to notify you, but they almost invariably take about 5. Your rejection email should state very clearly if you're a qualified applicant or not, should you get that letter. If you have applied for multiple programs in the Los Rios system, expect that once those letters start going out from one program, they'll very shortly go out for all of them. That should give you plenty of time to decide what program you want to go to, should you be accepted into multiple programs.

    Most of my classmates were accepted after 3-5 times applying. I was accepted after about 7/8 times. It gets frustrating at times, but stick with it, and keep reapplying if you were rejected from a program you really want to get into. -
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    Hey! I also got into the LVN program. So I guess we will be in together it's a little overwhelming everything that needs to be done in such a short time frame...I guess this is our first test. Hopefully talk to you soon.

    -Sarah
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    Quote from sarahg1022
    Hey! I also got into the LVN program. So I guess we will be in together it's a little overwhelming everything that needs to be done in such a short time frame...I guess this is our first test. Hopefully talk to you soon.

    -Sarah
    Congrats Sarah! How many times had you applied?
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    Quote from cjr2619
    Congrats Sarah! How many times had you applied?

    I have applied to Sac City's LVN program the last 2 semesters...but I have applied to a million different RN programs. All the Los Rios ones 3 times, and Sierra's program, even looked at San Joaquin Delta in Stockton. I also applied for an RN program in the town I lived in before my husband and I moved to the Sacramento area. Up here there is one extra class required so I had to take that class and then start my applications, so I totally know that it's extremely frustrating waiting it out. I am sad that I didn't get into an RN program but hey at least now my career is headed in the right direction. Did you get in this semester??
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    Quote from sarahg1022

    I have applied to Sac City's LVN program the last 2 semesters...but I have applied to a million different RN programs. All the Los Rios ones 3 times, and Sierra's program, even looked at San Joaquin Delta in Stockton. I also applied for an RN program in the town I lived in before my husband and I moved to the Sacramento area. Up here there is one extra class required so I had to take that class and then start my applications, so I totally know that it's extremely frustrating waiting it out. I am sad that I didn't get into an RN program but hey at least now my career is headed in the right direction. Did you get in this semester??
    No I did not get in. It was my first semester applying so I kind of expected it. I did get on the wait list at Solano I am number 336, which I am told is actually low and should get me in in two years rather than the standard three year wait. I am happy I have a guaranteed start date with Solano, but I hope I get lucky in one of the lotteries in the meantime.


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