Seminole State - UCF Concurrent BSN Spring 2013 - page 6

Hello everyone that is applying in September for the SSC/UCF program. I wanted to start a board to communicate with the spring 2013 applicants. I'm done with my prerequisites and preparing the... Read More

  1. by   dawniepoo
    Quote from riverab92
    ok so i only got an email by ucf,... stating I was conditionally accepted and need to rsvp by 11/2 to keep the seat they offered me. am i still supposed to get one by scc or ? is this good enough for me to say im in?
    You will get one soon from SSC. Congrats!!
  2. by   riverab92
    wooo thanks!!! ok so pretty much printing out the email.. signing it and faxing it in is all I need at this point? Im so nervous. i want everything done right! any tips in general?
  3. by   TravelPrincess
    No, it doesn't say anything as to where I am on the wait list.
  4. by   NatureNerd
    My emails from both colleges came on Friday. Good luck to everyone!
  5. by   bjay16
    Hello, I just got accepted to the program on friday, and I wondered if anybody knew how the financial aid was supposed to work.
  6. by   CP2013
    Quote from bjay16
    Hello, I just got accepted to the program on friday, and I wondered if anybody knew how the financial aid was supposed to work.
    Susan Morrison is the person to contact. Only accept financial aid at Seminole State College. Do NOT accept aid at UCF and do NOT accept aid at both schools. It's against federal law.

    You will find out more in orientation.
  7. by   LivingADream
    Quote from dawniepoo
    Congrats to all you guys who got accepted! I'm very happy for you. I was on the alternate list before I got in, so I know exactly how you guys feel! They never told me what position I was on the list. They were very hush hush. I got the most answers from the UCF side of the program. They just told me I was very close to the top. As people decline their seats they will get a better idea of who they need to contact. Good luck!!!!!!!
    Hi Dawniepoo, I got waitlisted/alternate listed too by both schools. How long did you have to wait to get accepted after that?
  8. by   mcnealy
    I was accepted on Friday. Can someone clarify for me how the concurrent program at UCF/Seminole State works? Am I taking classes at UCF and Seminole State at the same time, or do I get my RN at Seminole State first and take the remaining classes online at UCF?
  9. by   NatureNerd
    To mcnealy,
    Your taking classes from both schools throughout the 2 years, but you will finish the SSCONECARD classes first. One benefit to this is you will get to sit for the NCLEX while you are finishing the last few online UCF classes. Theoretically, you should get your state license about the same time you get your BSN.

    Look forward to meeting you in November!
    Take care, Steve
  10. by   NatureNerd
    SSCONECARD is supposed to be SSC - auto spell checkers, can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em ;-)
  11. by   lostinfl
    Looking forward to meeting you guys/gals on the 9th!
  12. by   ucfsn14
    Hi everyone!
    I was wondering if someone in here could answer a quick question for me.

    I am applying for the Basic BSN at UCF and the Concurrent Seminole State program for fall 2013. I just found out about the program and have all of the pre-requisites EXCEPT for the Diet Therapy Class (I took nutrition HUN1201, didn't include diet therapy). Do you have the have all of the pre-reqs completed BEFORE you submit your application, or just before the class starts?

    Thank You!!
  13. by   dawniepoo
    Quote from lexiucf
    Hi everyone!
    I was wondering if someone in here could answer a quick question for me.

    I am applying for the Basic BSN at UCF and the Concurrent Seminole State program for fall 2013. I just found out about the program and have all of the pre-requisites EXCEPT for the Diet Therapy Class (I took nutrition HUN1201, didn't include diet therapy). Do you have the have all of the pre-reqs completed BEFORE you submit your application, or just before the class starts?

    Thank You!!
    You will have a better chance if all of your pre-reqs are completed before you apply. Now, I say this, but there a some in my class who just took a nutrition class just this semester and we are in our third semester. Not impossible, but I would try and get that class done ASAP

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