You can be one class short of your A.A for concurrent
don't know about A.S program, which has been reduced for 2013 and will be done away with in the near future....
While Seminole does not have a "waiting list" per-se, they do weight your application depending on who finished "all
" their pre-reqs first; then if they have a block of applicants that finished their prereqs at the same time, they go to phase II, which is sorting them by recalculated GPA, then they group similar GPA's into phase III, and sort those by TEAS score
100 seats total. If I remember correctly for 2013 is 75 seats concurrent and 25 seats for generic
over 400 applications for the 100 seats
I'm sorry to say but since you will be finishing this coming fall, you are most likely to get the automated response:
Thank you for applying to the Spring 2013 Seminole State College of Florida Associate in Science Nursing program. We regret to inform you that you have not been admitted at this time.
Students selected for the Spring 2013 RN-AS class met all of the minimum selection criteria. In addition, each applicant had a minimum 3.0 recalculated GPA and finished their prerequisites in Spring 2011 or earlier. The complete selection process for the A.S. degree can be found on the Nursing webpage at ... "
(Gasp ... I hope I don't get that letter
)But don't let that discourage you, go ahead and apply anyway, and make sure you attend a "info session" as they will outright reject your application if they look up and see you did not attend one.
As for the 2004 course? Don't sweat, there are plenty of people who have B.S degrees and even Masters from years back that are now studying to be Nurses. Only mostly private schools
like Florida Hospital would make you retake that class.