Okay, so I'm still a young and spry 27.... but I all of a sudden feel very old.
The BSN program that I'm going to be attending beginning this summer had a welcome tea Friday afternoon. 40-50 out of the 60 students were there, mostly 20-21 year olds with their parents tagging along (maybe 2 other students my age or older). How embarrassing is this - I found myself more often than not talking to their parents instead of my future classmates! Great!
I was told by the instructors that this is a particularly young class, and that they have more non-trad students in the ADN program.
Anyone else in a class situation like this?
May 24, '04
I am 26 and finishing my 2nd bachelors degree. (one year left) There are only about 3 or 4 people my age or older. It is hard for me to make friends with people my age let alone younger. I never did the bar scene when I was working on my 1st degree and don't really like it now. I am a loner. My "age" is an asset I think. I got an externship in an ICU because I was "older." They actually perferred older students.
Last edit by PSUNURS05 on May 24, '04