BSN Our Lady of Holy Cross College...HELP!
- 0Jun 3, '13 by itsmissjennyI am applying to the BSN program for nursing but I don't know the average acceptance rate for that school. I am freaking out. I took almost ALL the classes I need but I am just freaking out. I need some advice. I had to change the school i was applying to at the last minute so now everything just took a WIDE TURN. I AM FREAKING OUT!! Someone please help me...PLEASE! ANY advice would be awesome.
- 1Jun 7, '13 by H0pefulnurseI was just accepted into the RN program there... What do you need help with? The school accepts their students first, being enrolled there and taking your science courses there helps a lot in the application process. If you have a nursing GPA of a 2.5 or above and have taken a majority of your courses there you are sure to get in. They do factor in previously failed courses and grades into your nursing GPA.
- 0Jul 9, '13 by SkillzI have heard some good things about Holy Cross college. I think the reason that you haven't heard a lot about it is because the classes are very small. Honestly, I would love to go there but I don't want to be in serious dept when I graduate. About 30,000 for nursing school? Am I calcuating this correctly? I recently looked at LSU med school and it was 27,000.... :/
I honest don't have much experience with financial aid. I've been going to Delgado and paid out of pocket. And for my first degree I was on TOPS. I used a student loan calculator and it told me for 30,000 dept I would pay approx $360 a month. It was a random internet site, so not sure if that's even accurate. That's not a crazy note to me on a nurses salary, but if I were to go on to get my NP and need more financial assistance, would I have a problem getting it?
Sorry for the ramble, but my brain is fried from A&P haha. I was planning on applying to Charity & LSU for spring admission but my boyfriend interviewed a lot of nurses today on his EMT ride along and 9 out of 10 at a private New Orleans hospital said go to Holy Cross. Also a friend said to do whatever you could to go there. I'm just trying to crunch numbers and weigh options.
Any advice would be appreciated!
- 0May 24 by Meeky2006Hi
I just decided to go to OLHCC for the fall semester to finish some of the pre-reqs there so that I have a better chance of getting in for Spring 2015. What was your GPA when you apply and what was your TEAS score. I was going to Nunez for LPN but i really wanted to get my BSN and fulfill my dream. I really hope I get a chance to get accepted because it seems like a good school. I'm currently at Delgado and will do my Microbiology and Human a&p 1 lect/lab in the summer. My English 101 and college algebra 118 are done already.
- 0Jul 11 by keylimesqueezQuote from Meeky2006I have everything completed except the philosophy and theology. Have you talked with Brandy? She is immensely helpful. Honestly, if you aren't worried about the cost I would say go for it. They do accept their own students first. I think of the new class there are only a handful of us that are new to OLHCC.WOW.....Thats good. Im trying to decide if i should go to Holy Cross to finish my pre-reqs in the fall to increase my chances of gettting in. What was most of the pre-reqs u finished when you applied if you don't mind me asking?