Ivy Tech Lafayette letters of acceptance

  1. According to the receptionist, they were sent out yesterday 2-25. I'll be waiting for the postman tomorrow. Wooohooo! All this uncertainty can finally come to an end! I WANT TO KNOW!
    Good luck to everyone, Jenny:roll :roll
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  3. by   dawn1971
    Good luck!!!! I'm suppose to find out this week,too (I go to Ball State)!
  4. by   montinurse
    Well, I didn't get into the ADN program, but got into the LPN program, I start in August! I'm still thrilled, will be easy to get my ADN after I do the LPN since I have all the req's done for that, too! I'm glad I can finally be a nurse soon.
    :hatparty:
  5. by   WickedRedRN
    CONGRATS JENNY!!! :hatparty:

    I will be in the LPN program at Ivy Tech in Columbus, so I know how excited you are!!!!
  6. by   LIZ07
    What do you mean they were sent out on feb 24th? I got mine before that Am i missing something? Does anyone know how long you have to register for classes after you are accepted? Or after receiving for acceptance letter that says your in do you still have to take an entrance exam? BTW congratulations and best of luck in the lpn program jenny!!!!!
  7. by   montinurse
    Are you attending Ivy Tech? I was just talking about the letters of acceptance to Ivy Tech Lafayette Campus. They were supposed to send them out by March 1st, but I just wanted to let everyone know that they were sent out on the 25th at Lafayette Campus. I had to be accepted into a program before registering for any nursing classes. Is that what you mean? Sorry to confuse ya!

    Jenny
  8. by   LIZ07
    Ok I'm sorry to get that mixed up. Ok I applied and then received a letter of acceptance, I still haven't registered for classes though. do you know when the deadline to register is? And do you happen to know if you have to take any type of test before your actually IN!? even though you were already accepted? I hope that makes sense ANd I am talking about the lafayette campus.
  9. by   montinurse
    Quote from LIZ07
    Ok I'm sorry to get that mixed up. Ok I applied and then received a letter of acceptance, I still haven't registered for classes though. do you know when the deadline to register is? And do you happen to know if you have to take any type of test before your actually IN!? even though you were already accepted? I hope that makes sense ANd I am talking about the lafayette campus.
    Hey-no problem! With your acceptance letter, there was another letter saying when the registration/orientation days are. One in March and one in April, I believe. Were you accepted to LPN or RN? For either one, you should have already taken the PSB for LPN or the TEAS (both entrance tests) to even be considered. SO, YOU'RE IN!! I have anatomy lecture/lab this morning (Monday) from 9-11, but you can email me and I'll check it after that if you still have questions. Maybe we can meet! I need someone from my area (Monticello) to study with once we start the program. By the way, that letter that has the registration times on it also has check boxes saying if you plan on attending. You need to pick which registration time and say that you can attend the program and return it by March 15 so you don't loose your spot! Don't forget!
    Good luck, Jenny
    email: hanesjenny@yahoo.com
  10. by   sunnyjohn
    Quote from LIZ07
    What do you mean they were sent out on feb 24th? I got mine before that Am i missing something? Does anyone know how long you have to register for classes after you are accepted? Or after receiving for acceptance letter that says your in do you still have to take an entrance exam? BTW congratulations and best of luck in the lpn program jenny!!!!!

    Hi Liz07,

    You got into a nursing program? Where? How have you been doing?

    Agape
  11. by   LIZ07
    I have been accepted to both I"m not attending until this fall. I haven't registered for classes yet.
  12. by   LIZ07
    Hmm well maybe I'm not accepted. I received my acceptance letter and it says congratulations you have been accepted to Ivy tech state ollege for the fall of 05. And then it goes on and says my file has been forwarded to the health Division and I need to call and contact my program advisor and register for classes.

    Well I called today and they said they aren't registering for classes and asked if I was in a program. I told them I didn't know but they told me I need to set an appointment and then transfered me and I made an appointment for 3 weeks from now. What does this mean? I am so confused I feel CLUELESS.

    What should I wear to the appointment? Comfy jeans? or A nice outfit with black pants? lol
  13. by   AnnaN5
    Quote from LIZ07
    Hmm well maybe I'm not accepted. I received my acceptance letter and it says congratulations you have been accepted to Ivy tech state ollege for the fall of 05. And then it goes on and says my file has been forwarded to the health Division and I need to call and contact my program advisor and register for classes.

    Well I called today and they said they aren't registering for classes and asked if I was in a program. I told them I didn't know but they told me I need to set an appointment and then transfered me and I made an appointment for 3 weeks from now. What does this mean? I am so confused I feel CLUELESS.

    What should I wear to the appointment? Comfy jeans? or A nice outfit with black pants? lol
    Your letter most likely means that you have been accepted to Ivy Tech but not to the nursing program yet. They probably need you to meet with an advisor from the health division about the nursing program to make sure you are meeting all of the requirements. Did you send in your application for the nursing program or just your general application to the college?
  14. by   montinurse
    Yeah, it sounds like you were accepted into the college. I'm sorry, I thought that you were already attending Ivy Tech, you must have just recently applied?? Do you have any pre-requisites done? Your first step would be to get those done, like psychology, algebra, anatomy I and II. You will also probably need to take assesment tests to see where your academic level is, maybe you can skip all the lower math classes. I would highly recommend trying to take a CLEP test or two if you're good at math and english. I took one for English, got a B, so I didn't have to take the class and the health department accepts CLEP scores. It helps when you have a mountain of pre-req's to get through before you can pursue the nursing program. It really isn't that bad, just keep your mind set on a goal. Ok, good luck with it and congrats for coming to Ivy Tech, I think it's a great school!
    Jenny
    LPN student (fall start)
    PS-don't worry about what to wear to your appt. Just nice casual will due! Once when I had an appt with a career counselor, I had to bring my 6 month old baby with me. LOL

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