Any accelerated SELU students out there??? - page 3

by Thefuture2be

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Hi everyone I was wondering were there any Southeasten University Louisiana "SELU" accelerated of future accelerated students out there. I barely see threads with anyone saying much about the program at SELU. I was wondering... Read More


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    Quote from Trenia
    I'd go pick up an application in Southeastern hall next time you get the chance. They're on a shelf in the main office. The woman behind the desk will tell you where they are if you can't find them. I don't think it matters when you turn it in. I would just turn it in the first day of Fall Semester though.

    The SON office is in Mims Hall.
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    Quote from Hospice Nurse LPN
    The SON office is in Mims Hall.
    They look exactly the same and are right next to each other. I always get them mixed up. :spin:
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    I called and they said the cutoff for accelerated last semester was 3.439.
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    Hey! I've read a few of your responses on some of the SELU accelerated nursing threads and was hoping that you could answer a few questions for me! I'm taking the rest of my pre-reqs at Southeastern in the spring and applying for the accelerated program in February for the Fall 2014 start date. I don't know anyone in the program now so I was hoping that you could give me some more information, any information really...how you like the program, clinicals, teachers, etc.
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    @NurseMaybeBaby, I've read a few of your responses on some of the SELU accelerated nursing threads and was hoping that you could answer a few questions for me! I'm taking the rest of my pre-reqs at Southeastern in the spring and applying for the accelerated program in February for the Fall 2014 start date. I don't know anyone in the program now so I was hoping that you could give me some more information, any information really...how you like the program, clinicals, teachers, etc.
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    Hey!

    I am currently in the third semester at SELU in the traditional program. This should be my last semester, but I had a medical issue and I had to go part-time for two semesters. Now, I won't graduate until next December, but that's life. I do have two accelerated students in my clinical group, eight total students.

    I live in Mandeville right now. All my classes are in Baton Rouge, aside from clinicals. Those are in Hammond for me this semester. I enjoy it. It's a lot of work. They say third semester is the worst. It's a lot of material. Classes are fine. Instructors are good. My friends in the accelerated program are tired, but they are surviving. Not having breaks takes a toll on them. The program is good. I have confidence in my nursing abilities during clinicals, and I do well on the ATI tests that are required. They function as indications of NCLEX success. Ask me anything you would like. I have email notifications of replies, so I won't miss it.
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    Do you have any information on acceptance rates of 2014 nursing? I'm PRAYING I get in to the accelerated program with a 3.6. I hate my job and can't take doing this much longer! I applied for the program that starts this May.... just waiting for my results . Any recommendations? Do you study for the NCLEX now or are you waiting until your last semester? I'm taking my last pre req online now while I'm working.... curious about that too... is working a part-time job do-able in the accelerated program? I can't see just living off of these loans... they won't last long. I'm excited and worried. I didn't bother applying elsewhere. I live near selu so that Is where I would like to go (aside from clinicals)

    Thanks for any help you may have
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    I am applying for the traditional program and I was told by my advisor that the cut off GPA has been a little over a 3.3 the past few semesters. I'm not sure about the accelerated program but I've heard most people say it's easier to get in.


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