Hopeful Georgia Highlands Fall 2012 RN applicant - page 3

Hello all! I am in the process of applying to Georgia Highlands Fall 2012 Nursing program. I am wondering if anyone else is in the same boat? I have all A's and B's in all of pre reqs, 2 Bs and an A... Read More

  1. by   hopeful616
    I'm so excited!!! It seems like this semester went by so fast, but the wait for letters is going to be so SLOW!!
  2. by   NAA MOMO
    I wish the days will run fast, being accepted would be a nice birthday gift, from the past yrs, I am thinking 3rd week in June.
  3. by   hopeful616
    I sure hope so!!! That would be an awesome birthday gift!

    It's a scary time for me too because if/when I start nursing school, I'll have to quit my full time job. I won't know anything about financial aid/ loans until I get accepted, and then I'll have to do a special circumstance form to reflect my current lack of income. It's sooo stressful! Each step depends on the next!

    How about we all just set up lawn furniture next to our mailboxes and wait until the letters get here!
  4. by   NAA MOMO
    Soo worried about finances too. I feel like my life is on hold. Everything depends on an acceptance letter
  5. by   hopeful616
    Me too!!!!!! I keep thinking "What if I get accepted, but I can't afford to go?"
    In good news though- I will be transferring from Chattahoochee Tech, and I got notification today that my transcript was sent electronically, so it will be there in time for scoring! WHEW!!
  6. by   NAA MOMO
    Just got a letter from north georgia. Now I am confused
  7. by   hopeful616
    An acceptance letter for their program? If so,that's the time when you start considering which one is closer, which one starts at the optimal time, which one do you feel better about. You'll make the right choice!
  8. by   NAA MOMO
    Quote from hopeful616
    An acceptance letter for their program? If so,that's the time when you start considering which one is closer, which one starts at the optimal time, which one do you feel better about. You'll make the right choice!
    Thank you...I was wait listed for their program. I am not close to either. Both ways I would have to move. The cost is adding up already. I paid 200 this morning as a confirmation deposit, so I guess I would go there. I can't wait for June to know what I am doing...good luck to you
  9. by   mysharona1111
    For anyone that gets accepted to the Highlands program-
    I just completed this program doing the LPN-RN Bridge program; if anyone would be interested in paying $20 for 2 school uniform scrub sets (size S) and lab coat (size M) with the Highlands patch on the sleeve , mine are available. I only wore them for the 1 year bridge, great condition, no stains or anything. When I bought them brand new last year along with the patches and paid for them to be sewn onto the scrubs/lab coat, the grand total was around $85 . Let me know @ shcrider@gmail.com. Best of luck to all of you! It was a good program.
  10. by   hopeful616
    Thank you! I can't wait for June either, but I definitely feel for you with the moving situation! It's hard to know a letter makes that much of a difference. If you chose GHC, can you get your deposit back? That would be awful!
  11. by   NAA MOMO
    No I won't. That's the bad part, I am leaning towards there for that reason, and I just paid $143 for background and drug screening. Start saving up, once u get
    Accepted, I guess the spending start. I forgot financial aid does not do those...lol
  12. by   hopeful616
    Oh man! Well I don't blame you for going that route! I better start saving up NOW! All I can say is-- tax write-off here I come! hahaha
  13. by   hopeful616
    Good Morning everyone! I called GHC yesterday and they said nursing admission letters will be sent out the 2nd week in June.

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