Chamberlain College of Nursing in Atlanta, GA - page 158

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has anyone attended or is currently attending chamberlain college of nursing in atlanta? if so, how is it? any info would be greatly appreciated. i am currently attending a technical college and have done all of my pre requisites... Read More


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    Quote from prettyplay24
    if I havent been accepted is that the reason my pell isnt showing up or could it been i dont qualify I am independent student 24yrs old single no children. Just nervous
    The school would have to certify your financial aid package once you are accepted. Once you're accepted you will be asked into pre-enrollment meeting and all of your financials will be discussed in detail so you can decide if you can afford to enroll or not. Pell eligibility is income based and is determined by your EFC. For now, there are EFC calculators that will estimate how much you *should* qualify for at any eligible institution and you may want to play with those in order to get a rough idea of what your aid package could look like, but only student services can tell you for certain what your aid package will be. Rest assured, however. Chamberlain is a for-profit school and they will help you get any aid you are entitled to because ultimately it equates to more financing for them.
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    Kiyasmom way to break it down!

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    Kiyasmom thanks for responding to my post do you no if the loans are based on your credit because I don't qualify for any grantS
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    Kiyasmom thanks for responding to my post do you no if the loans are based on your credit because I don't qualify for any grantS
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    Quote from prettyplay24
    Kiyasmom thanks for responding to my post do you no if the loans are based on your credit because I don't qualify for any grantS
    Nurse2b7337, thanks! Lol...

    Prettyplay24, the loans through Dept of Ed are not credit based, however, any private loans you get through a third party (Sallie Mae, WF, PNC, etc.) are credit-based. I was told some 2/3 of students need outside funding after subsidized and unsubsidized loans. Many get private loans and may still need to be on the payment plan. This school is very expensive. I advise you to look for scholarships and grants. I know I am...
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    I believe the first class to graduate will be in 2014 but what will be the outcome if they don't get a high enough pass rate for the boards? what will happen to the students that's still enrolled?
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    How is everyone doing with new classes?? I must say there is a lot of work ahead but I'm excited to move forward! So far, so good!
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    Quote from akilah530
    How is everyone doing with new classes?? I must say there is a lot of work ahead but I'm excited to move forward! So far, so good!
    So far so good. A bit overwhelming at first but I am enjoying them.
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    Quote from akilah530
    How is everyone doing with new classes?? I must say there is a lot of work ahead but I'm excited to move forward! So far, so good!
    How's fundamentals and health assessment going? I have started reading my books want to be ahead of the game and working so hard to raise $$$.. will PM you. Hope all is well with you
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    Quote from angelgh

    How's fundamentals and health assessment going? I have started reading my books want to be ahead of the game and working so hard to raise $$$.. will PM you. Hope all is well with you
    These are busy classes...a bit overwhelming at first, but its coming together. It's a lot of reading so you're doing the right thing but reading ahead. Make sure to knew the nursing process.
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