Frontier Nursing University CLass 113-115 - page 3
by Mary C 14,579 Views | 76 Comments
Roll call and discussion for all of us applying to Frontier Bound spring term 2013. I haven't submitted anything but I'm so excited. Anyone else?... Read More
- 0Feb 8, '13 by midwifetobe85Quote from SnowboardRNOh no! Im so sorry SnowboardRN! That's awful. I've heard that Frontier does not always have their stuff together with admissions. I felt like I received mixed info from the admissions staff vs the directors who I also emailed. That's really a bummer that they couldn't have informed you before the whole app process, which is always an exhausting pain. What will you do now?Well, my dreams were crushed. I just received an email from admissions. My degree was obtained at a state accredited school, not a nationally accredited one. You think they would have mentioned that during many of the other conversations we had where I told them what school I was from. No, they waited until I did all of that work, spent all of that money, for NOTHING. I am absolutely heartbroken.
- 2Feb 13, '13 by SnowboardRNThanks everyone, luckily my degree was an associates, so instead of the bridge program I can go to another school to obtain my bachelors. Hope is not lost! There are two great schools around me that are nationally accredited.
The school I graduated from is new, in fact my class was the first nursing class to go through it. And national accreditation takes time. Bummer but I will not give up
Good luck to everyone!!
- 0Feb 13, '13 by midwifetobe85That's great SnowboardRN! Glad to hear you've got a game plan. Don't give up if midwifery is your calling.
Good for you Kiddie_Nurse12! And good luck to you too! I was also hoping that the extension indicated a low number of apps..lol
I just saw that they closed CNEP class 115. Do you think this indicates anything about 113, too?
- 0Feb 17, '13 by wannabmidwifeSnowboardRN, I'm in your same shoes. My program is only state accredited but I'm looking into Western Governors University. It seems that their RN-BSN program can be finished in a very short amount of time and it's relatively cheap. They're CCNE accredited too! Good luck to you