i applied and was accepted to the 3 year BSN, however I have my first year basically out of the way from transfer credits. I've done all my research as far as the CCNE and TX BON is concerned and everything has checked out.
Congrats on getting in!!!
I applied to the accelerated BSN and waiting to hear back. Is your tuition the same as the 3 year BSN or is it reduced since you are only going to do 2 years? Wish I knew the transfer credits would apply, would have started since last year
Unfortunately I haven't made atleast 15 "quality" posts so I can't reply to your PM. To answer your question though, it's more of a personality interview. They give you an opportunity to explain why you want to be a nurse in a short essay they have you write before you go in. I would say just be yourself and bring you transcript eval with you so you can follow along with the advisor.. I feel like because Chamberlain is relatively unknown in Houston this is the time to apply because once people realize it has all the same accreditation as the big universities it's going to be just like every other nursing program in the city with a waitlist from here to Dallas.
You are absolutely correct!! Great time to get in. I have applied getting set to interview hope all goes well :-) stats look good so I'm very hopeful
So do u start in the summer too? My classes start summer I'm sooo looking forward to it (plenty of work though), but it'll be well worth it at the end :-)
Any idea of the partner hospitals? (you can pm them as your previous pm came thru :-))
Wow!! I'm pretty excited. Finally!! Someone to talk to, I had been looking for other students with no luck. Maybe we'll see each other in school. Most of my classes are online except the immersions and clinicals, I think we start first week in July. I haven't done my tour yet really looking forward to it, can't wait to see the place I hear it's really beautiful.
Any idea if they partner with MD Anderson and Baylor? That'll be so cool.
I'm trying to find out as well when the best time will be to apply for GN positions, I want to be the first one in :-)
I can't wait for July to roll in, sooo excited lol
Thanks so much for getting back to me. Wow, 6 months b4 grad? not bad, at least hopefully we'll get hired b4 we graduate then start working soon as we get our license :-)
Any idea if your hospital offers the weekend only option? I'm really looking for hospitals that offer that. Please let me know if you find any that do, I'll PM you my email address so you can write to me there please, I'm really happy I met someone in the same school finally, phew, lol :-)
I definitely will keep in touch, please do the same