It is! But Fall semester is poised for traditional students, those who just graduated high school and were already taking all the pre-reqs while still in school. I think I read or heard somewhere too that they have to keep a certain amount of spots open (of the 30) for students transferring in, LPN-RN students, etc. So that's why the guy was taping the one I went to! I thought they were making a copy of the it for their files! Geez! That's even more applying than was in the room then!! Aaaahhhh!!
The information was very cut and dry. Even when the director walked around to answer questions, I was still left with questions. Even by email, her answers still left me flapping. However, the most important part of it all is that if you get an acceptance letter - you had better get all your shots and get all that paperwork back into the Nursing office pronto! 1 week before nursing classes are to start, if your shots and papers aren't on file, your spot goes to the next in line!! Director said they've had too much trouble with that in the past, so they made that rule to counteract it. Clinicals can be in E-Town, as well as Leitchfield. I really don't want to think about retaking any of my classes for higher grades! I just took Com-252 to replace my C from Public Speaking, and that was a nightmare!! I'm not a fan of communication classes, but I had to struggle to get a B in that class!!! I was dreaming at night for 2 months straight about the material from that class! Kudos to you for that and I certainly hope the effort pays off for you!!! I don't see how it couldn't!