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- Dec 1, '12 by Colorado HopefulThanks for the encouragement PaytonJane. I'm just guessing that the interviewers didn't like me. I will just have to keep trying for the next cycle! Congratulations on your admission!
- Dec 1, '12 by bird8@ColoradoHopeful - I understand. Last cycle I applied to only Regis and was rejected. Like you, I thought my interviewer was biased against me. This time I was accepted to every school to which I applied. Keep at it. When I got rejected, I felt like someone punched me in the stomach for a few days, then I pulled myself up by my bootstraps and tried again. Your luck will change
- Dec 2, '12 by Colorado HopefulNext time will be my 3rd time applying, so hopefully I can get a more favorable interviewer. If I fail to get into CU-Denver a third time, I will hopefully get accepted to Metro State, Colorado Springs or Pueblo. It's just so disappointing because I was closer (call list) in the last application cycle and I really want to go to CU Denver. bird8, congratulations on your acceptance to all schools this time! I hope I will be in the same situation next year!
- Dec 2, '12 by bird8I hope so too
- Dec 4, '12 by kiralandisWe should all remember that CU isn't the only option...you can go to tech school and get your LPN and then do online courses to get your RN...probably a cheaper option too...
- Dec 4, '12 by marhys15Application for rn- clex NM...Can anyone help me or give me a suggestion? I'm planning to apply for new mexico rn nclex but the thing is I'm not sure if its necessary to have a licence first in our country for me to be able to apply at new mexico? Do new mexico state needs a license from the Philippines for me to qualified to take the exam?
- Dec 4, '12 by marhys15or give
- Dec 4, '12 by SMB13@bird8. Good luck with your decision and thanks for the info regarding Jefferson's program! How long did Jefferson give you to accept? I just received an interview invite =) I'm having a hard time deciding when to interview- flights are really expensive right now, but I don't want to wait too long in case the program fills up. Were they fine with you doing your interview over the phone? Thanks!
- Dec 5, '12 by Kiro686I got my acceptance letter two weeks ago. I applied accelerated since I already have a Bachelor's degree but made it into the traditional. I was super excited, but after the interview day I realized how much the program would cost and it was WAY more than I expected ($60,000-$70,000 in state!). The nursing degree is my 2nd degree so unfortunately I can't afford CU's program at this point. I'll be declining the offer and giving my spot to someone else. Congratulations to everyone who made it in though-this school was definitely my top choice
- Dec 5, '12 by AdamDI'm curious where you're getting that number. It costs $340 per residence credit hour with COF subsidization and there are 66 credit hours in the program. 66 x $340 = $22,440 (not including fees and cost of living).
Here's a link to the cost of tuition: College of Nursing | Academic Life | University of Colorado Denver
Here's a link to the number of credit hours we'll be taking: http://www.ucdenver.edu/academics/co...m of Study.pdf
What am I missing?