Introductions:"New" and "Old" Students. - page 137

:wavey: everyone! how about a thread that will allow us to introduce ourselves to those who are new and the new students can do the same. i am stephany, 42, mother of 3 children, a son 22,... Read More

  1. by   usdsu
    Hello everyone
    i am from south dakota.. and going to south dakota state university in an accelerated nursing program. it is a 12 month BSN program. i am very much looking forward to it.
  2. by   dreidel
    hey all!
    wow there are a lot of posts on this thread...
    well my name is Andrea and I'm 19 and I'm on my second year in a 4 year BSN program in Miami
    I was a journalism major but that just wasn't what I wanted so now I'm really happy with my choice!
  3. by   cnbnicole
    Hello All

    I start my pre reqs in the fall. (working on ASN) I'm a 27 y/o single mom of a wonderful little 4 month old baby boy.:1luvu:
    I'm really excited about going back to school!
  4. by   cnbnicole
    Hello,
    I'm a single mom also (4 mth boy) and I'm starting my pre reqs in the fall. Just wanted to know if it was hard for you to go to school. I'm really looking forward to starting school but I'm a little worried about going to school full-time and working part-time. I know it's going to be hard, I guess I would just like to hear someone eles' experience.

    Thank you:spin:
  5. by   cnbnicole
    :spin: hi
  6. by   ms mimi
    hello and welcome! you are so blessed to have a beautiful baby. i am going into my 2nd semester of an ADN program and i am a single parent. i think that the pre-reqs were better as far as scheduling, because i got to choose what class times to attend. that way i could schedule it around my son and a part-time job. as far as nursing school goes i couldn't pick the times (except for night classes) so i had to have people there that could take care of my son. and i dont work now, just get financial aide. but as far as i can see you still have some time with your pre-reqs to work and let your baby get a lil older. just make sure that when you enter nursing school that you have some kind of support system to help with your child if it comes up, and you should do great. a lot of people goes thru this process having children, so you are not alone. God bless!
  7. by   Yvette5170
    my name is yvette, i will be starting in the fall (2006) on my prereq's as well, i am 36, with two kids (7),(15) and a husband (on the road alot), so i am going to try and do all of my prereq's online at our local community college. i am just wondering if i am getting in over my head. wondering if i am to old, trying to start a nursing career(which bye the way is something i have always wanted to do but just kept running) .

    just need some insite.


    "keep god first in everything you do"
  8. by   Laughs-a-lot, RN
    Hello, anyone else notice the first page is from 2002. I am a nursing student, mother of four. I graduate in December. Very excited, starting to get scared though, I now feel that I don't have enough knowledge or experience to be a "real nurse". Cold feet I guess.
  9. by   cherokeesummer
    Hello! I am Amy, mother of one boy who is 7 months old. I've been married for 8 years. My Hubby and I are very excited to have our first child!

    I started nursing school in 2003 I think, LOL! I took one semester off when I was pregnant. I'm now in the last week of my 4th of 6 semsters.
  10. by   HisDaughterJeanne
    I'm so impressed with all of you that can go through the program AND you have children!! Must be so tough! I am 36 (shhh...don't tell anyone) and the proud mama of 3 weiner dogs. I'm working on my 5th year of marriage and I'm so lucky to have a husband that will do anything it takes to help me acheive my dream. Can't wait for august!
  11. by   2lip
    hi good to meet ya
  12. by   2lip
    hi
  13. by   CableTec
    I'm not sure if I posted in here or not, but I am a first term RN student.......love the site thus far. Very informative and helpful all around.

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