Chamberlain College of Nursing - Addison - page 46
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- 0Quote from 28nursingstudent28I replied to the wrong reply above, sorry...Ok so I have a question...is it too late to apply? My friend and I have applied but my other friend has still not finished the application process. if you get accepted, what happens? Do they just call you and tell you you are in? or do they call and set up an interview with you? i've been reading that people just get a call saying they are in. But I've heard from people that they get called in to first interview with the dean? I have not gotten any calls yet so I'm starting to get worried. When are we supposed to find out?
For October, I believe it is too late to apply. I heard July 15th was the cut off. But I am sure she can apply for the next start date. I'm not sure of the exact acceptance process. I have read you get a call from your advisor and then the formal acceptance as a letter. I think the final acceptance is dependent on the results of the drug and background check.
- 0Quote from Allie1212I haven't heard anything either so I am thinking I may not have as good as a chance as I thought I won't give up though, I'll try again for the next time.Still haven't heard anything....has anyone heard anything this week? Still keeping my fingers crossed that I might hear @ the end of this week!
- 0Quote from Allie1212I'm really not sure. I would think its two different committees because of the mass number of applicants but you never know.Do you know if it is the same committee that meets for the Addison AND Chicago campus? I am getting so anxious I don't want to wait that long lol!
- 0Quote from aggiexpoohAt one point, the Addison campus wasn't recognized either. Give it a chance. This location will establish itself just as the Addison campus did. Every Chamberlain location has the same curriculum and as long as its accredited then it really doesn't matter. Everyone is applying to the Addison location with a larger chance of not getting accepted because of the mass amount of applicants while people at the Chicago campus are applying and getting accepted and in the end its the same education and everyone will get the same recognition. The first graduates from the Addison campus did well and I'm confident that the first graduates from the Chicago campus will do just as well.The addison campus is very busy, we have over 300 students in our program! so the whole chamberlain team is working to get everyone where they need to be and ready for clinicals and graduation. i hope u all choose the addison campus b/c we have been cranking out grads every semester with no issues and our campus is recognized as an illinois acc. school while the chicago campus is still not on the US Dep. of Education. good luck to u all! =]
- 0Jul 28, '11 by Bella2BRNQuote from Allie1212I am assuming, for sure. I thought based on a conversation I had with my advisor, I was told with my GPA, I would have been one of the first ones evaluated. At the same time, I previously registered for classes as my CC. Fall semester begins Aug 22nd, so I am on a time restraint too....I don't want to drop too late and lose the $ I already paid, but I don't want to drop the classes, not get in, and lose out on the classes I already registered for. I also applied at a 2yr ADN program, was unofficially accepted, but afraid to accept and then Chamberlain does call. I guess I am freakin since I haven't heard anything yet from Chamberlain I think I will give it til next week and see what happens, then need to reevaluate my options!How do you know that for sure though? Maybe they just haven't gotten to our apps?
- 0Aug 1, '11 by freyesQuote from freyescan anyone answer this?Hello, i am trying to get into Chamberlain Addison campus but my GPA is too low. My grades weren't so hot during my first stint at college so i joined the military. I came back 2 years ago and have been taking my studies a lot seriously. Unfortunately my old GPA brings my overall GPA down. I tried to apply for academic amnesty from Elgin Community College (where i go) but they do not offer that. My overall GPA 2.67 and i am trying to get it up to 2. 75 . Will i be accepted or am i a lost cause?
also... If i finish all the transferable courses at my local CC. Will i still have to do the mandatory 7 minimum semesters before graduating? If so does that mean i would have to take some other random filler-courses?