I am currently enrolled at UIndy. I applied to BSN clinicals starting for this fall. There is not really a waitlist. It is competitive, as almost all nursing schools are. There are 64 BSN clinical spots and I believe 58 ASN clinical spots. Also, UIndy students get first priority when it comes to acceptance in the program, 24 credit hours at UIndy makes you a UIndy student, transfer students get any clinical spots leftover. Your required to have a 2.84 GPA to make it into clinicals. I was told by the nursing advisor, that usually, every UIndy student who has that GPA makes it into clinicals.
However, I transferred in from Ivy Tech, and I was required to retake anatomy and physiology because they are seperate at UIndy, and ANP I and ANP II from Ivy tech only count as anatomy at UIndy. Not to mention, your science course grades have a lot of weight into your acceptance. I know this is a little confusing, and if your interested in I would definitely get in touch with an advisor.
There is an amazing advisor who explains things awesomely! Even with retaking classes, I have been extremely happy at UIndy! I love it and the professors are so much more helpful and I have learned so much more at UIndy than I ever did at Ivy Tech! I would recommend UIndy to anyone anyday! Hope I answered some of your questions.
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