Ccc nursing program: Fall 2013 City of Chicago - page 7

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Hey Guys/Girls, I thought I would start a thread for those of us who have applied for the Fall 2013 Nursing Program at the City Colleges of Chicago. Please post if you have any info on when acceptance letter/email will be... Read More


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    I know they recieved mine because when I replied to all, two emails replied back that two of the people were out of the office at that time and would return later that week. So that is my confirmation.
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    Even though, I received the "Out of the Office Reply" email when I sent my confirmation. I must admit, I am still nervous. I sent two more just to make sure they received it before the deadline today at 5pm.
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    Anyone have any idea of what's next? When do we register for classes? What all else needs to get done with an upcoming deadline etc? Thanks
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    We should be receiving an email with all of that information. We cant register for classes until our orientation. I am working on my CPR right now. At MCX college they have it the last Saturday of the month. Not sure when the deadline is for us to have our health exam and cpr certification in, so I am getting the CPR certification out of the way.
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    I did my CPR at CPR Associates on Foster and Harlem for $40
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    I believe confirmation emails are going out today. Has anyone received their confirmation? I have sent several emails and I have called and left messages. I hope mines has not fallen through the cracks. Im stressing right now!!! I need a sign.
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    Congrats guys! I was in your same shoes last year! I'm finishing my first year at Daley. For those wondering what's next, you will have to turn in your paperwork (CPR immunizations background check ect). Your school will email you everything thats required. After that orientation should be in late July or early August. Registration is in mid August. If you work full time, it 's imperative that your employer is flexible with your work schedule. You will have class 2 days a week and a clinical once a week. If you schedule for evening classes your clinical time will be from 3-9 or you could sign up saturday from 7-1. You wont go to your clinical site right away. The first six weeks you will be at your school learning how to do a bed bath, vitals, and medication administration. If you are a working CNA this portion will be easy for you because your already familiar with patient care. Good luck
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    Quote from ADN2014
    Congrats guys! I was in your same shoes last year! I'm finishing my first year at Daley. For those wondering what's next, you will have to turn in your paperwork (CPR immunizations background check ect). Your school will email you everything thats required. After that orientation should be in late July or early August. Registration is in mid August. If you work full time, it 's imperative that your employer is flexible with your work schedule. You will have class 2 days a week and a clinical once a week. If you schedule for evening classes your clinical time will be from 3-9 or you could sign up saturday from 7-1. You wont go to your clinical site right away. The first six weeks you will be at your school learning how to do a bed bath, vitals, and medication administration. If you are a working CNA this portion will be easy for you because your already familiar with patient care. Good luck
    Thanks for the information!!!
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    Quote from TNT365
    I believe confirmation emails are going out today. Has anyone received their confirmation?
    How did you get this info?
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    Quote from arah
    How did you get this info?
    I was reading another post but only Truman is confirming their students.


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