Just wondering if there are any other Del Tech students out there??? I go to owens campus.:hatparty: :hatparty:
Sep 30, '04
Yes, I go to the Stanton campus.
Oct 5, '04
Hi I also go to the Stanton Campus
Oct 5, '04
I also go to Del Tech - Stanton Campus. I'm in 3rd semester of clinicals right now. How about the rest of you Del Techers?
Oct 5, '04
I am only in my 2nd semester prerequesites, I can't wait for the clinicals!
Oct 29, '04
DTCC Terry Campus in my 2nd semester of clinicals
Jan 17, '05
i go to the owens campus! Wow, I haven't met anyone on here from Owens.
you should email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb 11, '05
I'm at the Stanton Campus too, starting at the VA hospital on Monday. Can't wait. I've worked sooooooo hard to keep a 4.0 hoping that it'll help keep my gPA up thru clinicals. guess we'll see about that one LOL. my instructor actually had the nerve to tell me I was too excited to be in clinicals. another LOL. If that's the worst I am then I consider myself and my potential patients pretty damn lucky!!!! Good luck to you!
Jun 30, '05
Owens DTCC student here. Just graduated in PN program and entering RN program in August
Nov 28, '05
Hi I am working my way into clinicals and I was wondering how many points you guys had when you were accepted. I am hoping to have 16, and get in to them the spring of 07.
all replies are welcome along with any tips!
Nov 29, '05
Sorry, but I can't help you with the points systems. When I started at Del Tech, you were admitted into clinicals based almost solely on your score on the NLN. I scored really well on it, so I just had to wait the standard 1 year after taking the NLN to get into clinicals. I think that the people who didn't do well on the NLN were put on a waiting list and admitted as space allows. Of course, now with the list of people waiting to get in those people would never make it...I think that's why they changed the admission process. Anyway, hope you make it!
Dec 15, '05
They changed the admisson process b/c DTCC was losing students left and right. It is one of the only schools in the area that requires you to take the NLN, and their waiting list was causing people to re-consider going there, even if they are the best nursing school around. The other factor that played a role in chaning the admission process was that they were being critisized for their "hurry and wait" message they had been sending. A student had even writen something to the newsjournal about what was going on. Needless to say, DTCC ended up receiving money from either the state or the federal goverment to expand their nursing program. That is why this past semester they admitted 80 students instead of 62 or 63. With doing that, students who had taken the NLN last Feb. were able to get in this past Aug. I wouldn't worry as much about getting into the nursing program as I would about being weeded out. Going full time is no joke!!! There is a friend of mine who had a 4.0 up to clinical and now got a B 141 and a C in 142. Honestly, it isn't as hard as it is time consuming. Hang in there, and clinical will be here before you know it, then you will be wishing for a break!!
Jan 26, '06
Hi everyone! I go to DTCC Stanton. Still taking my pre -reqs and preparing for the NLN entry exam this Feb. Anyone have any tips for taking this test??