1. I received my acceptance letter in the mail last week for the coming fall 2013 ABSN program at Northern Kentucky University.

    Just thought I would start a thread and see if anyone else has any input or is also starting the program with me in the fall.

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    Joined: Mar '13; Posts: 4
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  3. by   Lolita34
    Congratulations on your acceptance!
  4. by   NurseKitty42
    Received my acceptance letter also a few days ago so excited starting clinical rotation in the fall! I am an LPN for 12 years lol about time to finish lol..nothing like when the time is right!
  5. by   phmaris
    Congrats! Looking forward to meeting you.
  6. by   Esme12
    Welcome to AN! The largest online nursing community!

    moved to Kentucky nursing programs for best response

  7. by   Spenser
    I got my acceptance letter too! Right now I am deciding where to go because everywhere I applied I got in....I'm trying to figure out how much NKU costs but I can't find it online. Also I'm having trouble finding any feedback on other students who have already graduated. Do you know where you moving to at NKU?? I am from Lexington so I don't know whether I should commute or move up there!? But Congrats on getting in!
  8. by   phmaris
    Hi Spenser. Congrats to you on getting accepted everywhere!! That's great to have the options. I have heard great things about NKU's program and the cost is very competitive. It was much more affordable than the other programs I was considering in the area (UC, Xavier, Mt. St. Joe) If you want some more info about costs & the area in general, get in touch with me on facebook and I will let you know. http://www.facebook.com/phillip.maris.5 I am meeting up with the professor that is in charge of the ABSN program on April 2nd.
  9. by   phmaris
    Think you might have moved the thread to Kansas instead of Kentucky...
  10. by   nellydelly
    Got on the wait list. Still keeping my fingers crossed and waiting, though impatiently. Congrats to all who got in.