Denver School of Nursing is now NLNAC Accredited! - page 2

i just received this email from dsn yesterday. as a graduate from the bsn program last year i'm so proud of my school! i knew they would get it. this just confirms what a ton of people in the medical field already know about the... Read More

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    I haven't been able to find any recent information on the acceptance rates for DSN. I live in Alaska and am already planning on moving to Denver in June to begin the program on July 1st. I've read that as long as you have your prerequisites completed, you'll be accepted. However, for obvious reasons, I don't want to have my heart set on this school only to find out 6 weeks after I send in my application that I was not accepted.

    I will have all my pre-requisites completed by the start date with "C"s or better as the website states. However, my worry is my somewhat low GPA. I currently have a 2.89... what do you guys honestly believe my chances are? (I may be able to pull a 3.0 with my last semester of grades rolling in, which are composed of A's and B's) I do have volunteer experience working with people, but nothing that is from a hospital setting. I am confident that I will not have any issues with the entrance exam and I am determined to push myself through the BSN program with flying colors. I am only worried about being accepted in the first place! What do you guys think?

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    Quote from KaylaMcLeod
    I haven't been able to find any recent information on the acceptance rates for DSN. I live in Alaska and am already planning on moving to Denver in June to begin the program on July 1st. I've read that as long as you have your prerequisites completed, you'll be accepted. However, for obvious reasons, I don't want to have my heart set on this school only to find out 6 weeks after I send in my application that I was not accepted.

    I will have all my pre-requisites completed by the start date with "C"s or better as the website states. However, my worry is my somewhat low GPA. I currently have a 2.89... what do you guys honestly believe my chances are? (I may be able to pull a 3.0 with my last semester of grades rolling in, which are composed of A's and B's) I do have volunteer experience working with people, but nothing that is from a hospital setting. I am confident that I will not have any issues with the entrance exam and I am determined to push myself through the BSN program with flying colors. I am only worried about being accepted in the first place! What do you guys think?
    I read that you got a phone call? Congrats! I'd love to here more about your process since we are in a fairly similar boat (although I don't have a ton of recent volunteer experience, anymore).
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    Hi All, I am considering DSN for their lpn to rn program, does anyone know if it is included in the the new accreditation? I would also like anyone who is attending or did attend DSN to email me privately if you feel more comfortable, about your experience there. I would like to know about your clinical rotations, and what you thought of the instructors, curriculum, etc. anything you feel is pertinent or helpful. Most posts I have read so far are very positive and that is a good sign, thanks in advance, Magnolia
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    I'm not in the Lpn bridge program but have class with a few of them and it seems to be working out well for them. You could always just call Jeff or Kelly in admissions and they would maybe help you to get in contact with one of them for q's or feedback.
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    Also, yes the nlnac accred applies to the Lpn to ADN program


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