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This is a discussion on Bridgeport Hospital School of Nursing VS. St Vincent College in Connecticut State Nursing Programs, part of Connecticut Nursing ... Does any one have any information, experiences, or impression of Bridgeport Hospital School of...by CTGuy Nov 17, '08Does any one have any information, experiences, or impression of Bridgeport Hospital School of Nursing or St. Vincent's College for Nursing? I think I've limited my schools down to these two in CT and have been looking at both of them for awhile. I hear BHSN is competive to get into, is St. Vincent's as well? Does anyone know the total price for St. V's? I'm a little more impressed by St. Vincent's admission staff and candor but am still deciding. I'm looking at this from a second career perspective. Any info is greatly appreciated.
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- Nov 20, '08 by CTGuygemini08, could you pm me your email address. I can't pm you back. Thanks for the reply.
- Nov 24, '08 by Esther2007I have one semester left at St Vincent's College. So far, I like the instructors. I am in the evening program. I got accepted as an extended students, where I had to take 15 credits before I start the nursing program. I took A&P 1 and 2, Microbiology, Psychology 1 & 2 and clepped Sociology and World Religions. The impression I have about St Vincents is great. It is a very challenging program. You need a 80 to pass, but do not let that scare you because it is doable. If I can help you with anything else, please PM me. Good luck to you.
- Nov 30, '08 by hannahbanana26hi ! I was wondering if you could give me more information on the Extended Program at St.Vincents like when do you apply or how long does it take ? Thank- you so much for your information .:heartbeat
- Dec 10, '08 by Esther2007Quote from hannahbanana26The extended program is where you take 15 credits and have to maintain certain GPA before starting the nursing program. I am not sure what GPA they want now, but when I started 4 years ago, it was a 2.25. I am sure it changed now.hi ! I was wondering if you could give me more information on the Extended Program at St.Vincents like when do you apply or how long does it take ? Thank- you so much for your information .:heartbeat
I could not get to you sooner, I had 3 exams and one presentation in the last four weeks. I am glad I passed nursing 232 with flying colors. God is Good!!!
- Dec 10, '08 by Esther2007If you need any more information, let me know.
- Dec 14, '08 by hannahbanana26Thanks for your Info, Just one more question ... so ill just apply to the extended program and your automatically into the the nursing program once your done with the prereq ? redbeatheredbeathe Happy Holidays !!!
- Dec 14, '08 by hannahbanana26And Congrats on passing your class !redbeatheredbeathe
- Dec 16, '08 by Esther2007Thanks, once you completed the prereqs with the gpa required, you are in. Good luck to you. Do not hesitate to ask me any other questiosn.
- Mar 21, '09 by eatothegbHello! I have a BS in Molecular and Cell Biology from UConn and I applied to both Bridgeport and St. Vincent's. I got accepted into Bridgeport, and St. Vincent's only granted me acceptance into their general studies program because (get this) I had to retake a calculus class my freshman year. That's the answer I got from the director of admissions when I called. Also, St. Vincent's only allows you to transfer 15 credits, so if you have a degree in science like me, you're going to have to retake practically everything because you need to take a minimum of 60 credits at St. Vin to get a degree from there. I'm so glad I got accepted to Bridgeport instead, ALL of my credits transferred and now I only have to take the nursing classes and I'll be done in 3 semesters! I've always heard that it's harder to get into Bridgeport than St. Vin, but I got a 99 on the TEAS test, so maybe that really is a big part of it. I graduated from UConn with a 3.4 GPA so I have no idea why I didn't get into the nursing program at St. Vincent's. I am starting at Bridgeport in the fall so if anyone has any questions, feel free to ask!