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- Mar 23, '12 by cali_nature_girlThanks for clearing that up Clueless its not that big of a deal since nursing students are guaranteed their classes anyway. It just might affect getting into GE's or capstones, but you can always sign up for those within the 13 units and then sign up for a nursing class after the cap is lifted.
- Mar 23, '12 by Victor 3397Thanks Nic for the info.
My sociology professor mentioned the budget cuts yesterday during lecture. She said that people who have an associates degree will be exempt from the spring 2013 transfer restriction. Is this correct? If so, I'm pretty sure most of us have enough units to get an AA degree, so it may not affect most of us. Well except that the number of students admitted into the program will probably be reduced (BIG SURPRISE!)
- Mar 23, '12 by lucyc66Looks like it's probably going to be an ADN for me...Which wouldn't worry me so much except that LBCC nursing has a ****** way of accepting students. Whereas CSULB takes the top students period. LBCC takes some of the top students, some of the middle students, and some of the low students. Which is totally lame if you're one of the top students, and they decide to take a lower scoring student over you.
- Mar 23, '12 by lkirchyHey all,
Does anyone know about the RN-BSN program? I applied the same time and still have not heard back from anyone =/ my hopes are starting to be crushed seeing that the entry level BSN's got interviews It's my dream to go to this school, esp since I did get in here 2 years ago but got called back to my community college for their nursing program (I got into CSULB for health sciences).
- Mar 23, '12 by lucyc66Everyone who either got in or is on the waitlist got interviews, so since you haven't heard from them at all I think it's safe to say that you're not being offered admission.
The cutoff score for the interviews was right around 9.09, so if you know your score out of ten you can compare.
And I'm kind of in the same boat, i got into csulb out of high school but decided not to go, now i'm facing possibly not even getting a bachelors.
- Mar 23, '12 by LavenderButterfly@Lkirky-Before you get your box of tissue is double check that just to be sure. Not exactly sure if the LVN/RN-BSN works the same way as the enteric students. I haven't seen ANY on this forum post beside general students (maybe somehow I missed it) and if you look on the website the LVN-BSN application process is very different them the generic. I assume the same may be true for the RN-BSN as well. So just double check with someone at the school to verify the admission process for the program you're interested in. Good Luck
- Mar 23, '12 by lkirchyJust emailed them now. Hopefully they're just taking longer with RN-BSN. It also mentions a group counseling session for RN's but that meeting was when I was doing clinicals. Dag nabbit!!!! Anyways, thanks for the little light of hope Good thing I have back up.
- Mar 25, '12 by CluelessNursingGuyI just wanted to wish you all a great spring break. I hope it's a relaxing one for all of you.
- Mar 25, '12 by DarkBluePhoenixYour already on spring break?! Lucky! Ours is like second week of April or something. Ugh that is when we find out.
Well for all that is going on spring break! Have fun!
- Apr 3, '12 by lucyc66So sounds like things are going to be pretty downhill for the next few years. I just got out of history class and my teacher works at csulb also and he said that the university will not be accepting transfersfor spring 2013, fall 2013, and possibly even spring 2014. Fall 2014 is probably going to be the next semester we can apply for.
Since i'm pretty sure i was the cutoff for the interviews, if not right next to it, i guess i better start looking at cc nursing programs.
idk, how does this change your guys plans?