I was wondering if anyone has any information on any schools in Colorado that don't have a wait list of YEARS for admission. Does anyone know, is the state going to do anything soon to relieve this bottle neck? And who is "the state" department that determines this? I am so ready to start clinicals -- all pre-reqs are done and grades are great, but I'll be on social security before there is a spot for me in school!
Anybody know of any new programs about to start up? Thanks!
Dec 1, '11
I haven't violated any AN guidelines (well, not in THIS thread anyway). I'm sorry you're not liking disagreement, but I'm not being abusive or flaming by stating that hospitals generally do not care where you get your RN, and that other traits are much more important to hiring managers. If you want to report me for stating that, report away!
I see you're new here. Perhaps you should hang out in the general nursing forum a bit to get a feel for the culture here. I, on the other hand, have been posting here for eight years, and know that what I posted is not tattle-worthy. That's what we do here. We debate, discourse, and discuss. I'm debating with you that one CO school is more favorable than another to employers, because I don't agree with you. Debate is okay! Unilateral agreement would be boring. Peace.
Last edit by klone on Dec 1, '11