Questions about St. Vincents

  1. Hi Everyone,

    I will hopefully be starting the Nursing program in Jan 2007 at Wright Tech technical school, but in case I am not accepted, I would like to have a back up plan. Can anyone give me insight on the Nursing program at St. Vincents? Do they offer evening courses? How much does the program cost? Is there a waiting list to enter the Nursing program? And do they choose the people with the top GPA's first? Thanks everyone!
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  3. by   NaomieRN
    http://www.stvincentscollege.edu/

    I am currently enroll at St Vincents College. I am in the evening program.
    The cost depends on how many credits you are transfering. It is a private school; therefore more expensive then Gateway Community College. You can check the website to get more information about open house. If you need any other assistance, please send a private message.
    Good luck to you.
  4. by   neb4882
    Quote from FutureNurse35
    St. Vincent's College | Bridgeport, Connecticut

    I am currently enroll at St Vincents College. I am in the evening program.
    The cost depends on how many credits you are transfering. It is a private school; therefore more expensive then Gateway Community College. You can check the website to get more information about open house. If you need any other assistance, please send a private message.
    Good luck to you.
    Overall so far how do you like the school and hows is the nursing program? I am interested in this school , but i am a little apprehensive being that I live in NYC and all the traveling back and forth, but I would love to hear your experience thus far
  5. by   NaomieRN
    So far, it is a great school. I like my evening instructor Ed, he is awesome. My clinicals are on Satudays 7-2:30pm with one 15 minutes break and a 30 minutes break. There is one student in clinical who commutes from Massachussetts. The evening is one night of lecture and Thursday assessments. Assessment is about one hour from 5:30pm until 6:30, depends on the clinical instructors you have. You get to choose at the beginning. My experience so far, has been great. I have nothing but good things to say about St Vincents.
  6. by   neb4882
    Quote from FutureNurse35
    So far, it is a great school. I like my evening instructor Ed, he is awesome. My clinicals are on Satudays 7-2:30pm with one 15 minutes break and a 30 minutes break. There is one student in clinical who commutes from Massachussetts. The evening is one night of lecture and Thursday assessments. Assessment is about one hour from 5:30pm until 6:30, depends on the clinical instructors you have. You get to choose at the beginning. My experience so far, has been great. I have nothing but good things to say about St Vincents.
    Oh cool I am just a little worried with the traveling an I have a newborn so I am just weighting my options out on how to go about things. on the other hand I dont have my science courses completed as yet , but I do have my lib arts like english, psy, soc, his pol sci etc. So I wouldnt know how the process would go , maybe you could give more information on the process. you can pm if you like. thank you so much
  7. by   neb4882
    Quote from neb4882
    Oh cool I am just a little worried with the traveling an I have a newborn so I am just weighting my options out on how to go about things. on the other hand I dont have my science courses completed as yet , but I do have my lib arts like english, psy, soc, his pol sci etc. So I wouldnt know how the process would go , maybe you could give more information on the process. you can pm if you like. thank you so much
    oops duplicate post
    Last edit by neb4882 on Nov 19, '06 : Reason: dup post

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