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- Nov 20, '12 by mmm1107I heard from Natalie today that we will be receiving our full admission packets with all details in the mail after the December 1st deposit deadline. They want to wait until they have the full cohort and will mail them all out at once. So we should receive in about 2 weeks or so.
- Nov 21, '12 by Pandora18Hey erinda! What part of California are you from? I am from the south suburbs of Chicago but started an ABSN program through Cal State San Marcos this fall.. we start clinicals in January. Since I just got accepted into Loyola, I am considering leaving this program to go there. I am torn! Do you know of anyone who went through an ABSN program through CSUSM? I have always wanted to live in California which is why I applied here, but I know Loyola is an excellent school. Any thoughts? Thanks!
- Nov 21, '12 by erindaHi! I'm from San Diego... so I guess you are here too... Well, the only thing I know about CSUSM is that it's a 2 year program...so I didn't apply there for that reason. I was looking for 16 month maximum programs... but if you have already started it and you like it thus far, I'd say, finish it! And San Diego isn't a bad place to be.... I really have no gage as to which school is better or if it really matters where you get your BSN from in the end... but don't get me wrong, sure would be nice to have someone who knows my hometown around!
- Nov 22, '12 by RajasaurusHi I recently got accepted into the absn program starting this January! I was wondering if any one knew of any housing options. I've read that the Maywood campus is far from the main campus and I will be relying on public transportation/carpooling. I'm moving from Northern California! Is any one interested in sharing a house/apartment? !
- Nov 27, '12 by kristen1219Erinda, I know several people who commute to Loyola maywood by bike from that area and from Brookfield where I live. My husband does it from here everyday (he's a med student). You have to like bike commuting in all kinds of weather though. I think you could count on buses/bike toget you to campus, but I'm not sure how it would be for clinicals. I'm sure you could do it with a mix of public transportation and carpooling. I'm all for less cars on these ridiculously congested roads! Rajasaurus- most people from the med school live in forest park or oak park. They're neat areas with some walkable
- Nov 27, '12 by kristen1219Woops... Walkable shops and restaraunts. I live in Brookfield, which is pretty convenient too, but more family oriented I think.
- Nov 30, '12 by RajasaurusThanks Kristen! Sorry for the delayed reply. Forest Park and Oak Park both sound like great communities. I'm not going to have a car the first semester so accessibility is pretty key. I'm feeling both excited and nervous for the move! Are you starting this January?
- Dec 1, '12 by RajasaurusHey Erinda- Seems like we're in the same boat. I'm looking to live in the oak park/forest area. I dont know if you're still interested in the program/looking for a housemate- but let me know. I'm looking to head to IL later this month.
- Dec 5, '12 by sambrijesh2Hi
I am also accepted to Loyola ABSN program. If you already have your aprtment rented, then I am willing to share with you. Please let me know...
- Dec 5, '12 by sambrijesh2HI
Anyone who is willing to share their apartment with me, can Just email me at email@example.com