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This is a discussion on Going to DMACC for nursing in Iowa State Nursing Programs, part of Iowa Nursing ... Hi everyone. I am this fall going to go to DMACC for nursing for a asn then go to a university for...by lhot123 Dec 13, '10Hi everyone. I am this fall going to go to DMACC for nursing for a asn then go to a university for my bsn. I was wondering if anyone who has gone to DMACC how lond did it take for you to get into the nursing program. I know there is a waiting list but it says it can take 1 to 2 years to get in. Any help would be great. Thanks!
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- Mar 20, '11 by chinacatSNWhere do you live? If it's not too far, consider going to Iowa Western. I have a friend who's going there - they recently built a state of the art simulation center and are accepting many more students into the program than ever before.
- May 5, '11 by MTHANDEDI'm going to DMACC and finished my IV semester. I originally started the LPN program at the Carroll campus because the waiting list was shorter and now I've transfered to Boone to finish my RN. I agree with chinacatSN, look at other schools like WIT (Western Iowa Tech) in Sioux City/Dennison who I hear has no waiting list or even Mercy which may cost more but you'll get it done sooner.