Resurrection University Fall 2012 Applicants - page 15

by RickyLatino87

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Hi all, I am new here and have found the forum to be very informational. I decided to start a thread for Resurrection's fall 2012 applicants. I think it would be good to keep in touch throughout the process, so if you have any... Read More


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    I was told that we can expect some terms from the program to be 6 days a week including one day from the weekend... I don't know how they make their decision on when clinicals are but hopefully it's reasonable
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    Is anyone having a problem getting the flu shot?
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    The APA manual is a style guide for writing papers properly. There's no reason you need but one copy to last you through the entire program. The most recent will have the most up to date information...

    Since the shot is not available yet for this coming flu season, I uploaded proof of my shot from last fall, which was approved in that requirement slot, but given an expiration date of October I think. So I will need to get this year's shot before then and upload the new documentation. If you didn't get a flu shot last year, I guess what I did wouldn't help you and you'd have no choice but to leave it blank I guess? I wouldn't worry it since it's not something you can control! I saw at a Walgreen's that flu shot information will be available around the back-to-school time at the earliest...

    I too left one day open on term A so that I could hopefully do clinical that day. Crossing my fingers that my weekends will be open for some "me time." For term B I have two full days open mid week, assumably to have clinicals both of those days. Personally, I don't care what times/days my clinicals are, but I know others have different situations at home than I do. Hopefully it will all work out in ways we want it to. Or maybe if something is completely undoable for you, they can switch to accommodate? You may be worrying for nothing so don't sweat it yet!

    The wait is agonizing! But other than the financial aid and paying tuition, I am officially done with everything for school!!!!
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    Thank you praytotheunicorn I emailed Shirley moy and she said to put it as not applicable at this time and change it when it becomes available stress relieved already over that cuz I didn't want to be charged a late fee!!!! Another question is anyone short on their finances for school??
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    Hey guys,

    I only have 2 books left if anyone is still interested in buying:

    1. Wong's Essentials of Pediatric Nursing by M. Hockenberry 8th edition ($40) - You'll use this for Pediatrics
    2. Community-based Nursing an introduction by McEwen 3rd edition ($25) - You'll use this for Community

    I have really discounted the prices for u all. PM me if interested.

    Good luck with classes!
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    Thanks, trying not to sweat the schedule, just hoping it will be manageable! Other than financial aid and paying tuition, I am officially done everything too. We start one month from today and it would be really nice to know whether or not I will have the funds to even attend, especially after paying so much money out of pocket already for books, uniforms, shoes, etc.

    Has anyone received their award letter yet?
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    Quote from Storshar
    I was told that we can expect some terms from the program to be 6 days a week including one day from the weekend... I don't know how they make their decision on when clinicals are but hopefully it's reasonable
    I was not told that, and actually they made it pretty clear, during orientation, that the full time students would only have school/clinicals from Monday to Friday, during regular hours. If what you head is correct, it is something important that every potential student should have been notified about, as many of us (unfortunately) have to work throughout school just to survive, and a lot of students have a family as well.
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    Quote from Storshar
    I was told that we can expect some terms from the program to be 6 days a week including one day from the weekend... I don't know how they make their decision on when clinicals are but hopefully it's reasonable
    <br><br>I was not told that, and actually they made it pretty clear, during orientation, that the
    full time students would only have school/clinicals from Monday to
    Friday, during regular hours.&nbsp; If what you head is correct, it is
    something important that every potential student should have been
    notified about, as many of us (unfortunately) have to work throughout school just to survive, and a lot of students have a family as well.
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    I don't know for sure but what I was told by one of the entrance counselors I met with during my transcript told me that depending on my schedule that some students at one point in time may have to attend 6 days a week for clinicals to fit... I'm hoping that I was told wrong because I will never see my son or family and that's a lot to take on especially it already being an accelerated program!!
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    I feel very dumb today because I can't find the titles to the books nor the link to the virtual bookstore where I can get the name of the books. Can someone please direct me?

    Thanks!


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