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- Feb 24, '11 by LovingLife16I haven't heard anything yet, i spoke with an advisor who has been there many years a few weeks ago and she said my GPA is competitive for the transition, that they had 2.9-3.0 for last year's class, and that I'm "in better shape than most of the students she's talked to." Also, she forsees letters going out by April at the latest.
- Feb 25, '11 by StudentNurse1116Quote from LovingLife16I submitted all my paperwork on the 12th, and received back my SASE and my app fee has cleared. So now just the waiting process. I have no idea when they will let us know, the traditional program applicants were being told April.
I am not sure if you have heard back about your acceptance to the program yet. But if this means anything to you, I called Dale Mabry campus nursing department today and spoke with them and they said last years lowest GPA for the transition program was 2.9. I think your 3.5 will be more than enough to get you in! I am looking forward to you posting your acceptance!
- Mar 10, '11 by LovingLife16I checked Hawknet today and all of my documents are finally showing up as having been received by the school. So, hopefully not too much longer.
- Mar 19, '11 by LovingLife16I got in!!!!
- Jun 3, '11 by PookabrownHi I saw in one of your post you attended Center for allied health and nursing. Do you recommend this school for becoming an LPN and how much is the tuition? Thanks
- Nov 2, '11 by MC90lovinglife16 congratulations!!!! you made it!!!!
im applying for the RN program at HCC this January 2012...but im so scared because my GPA is 3.3 that im looking at other options just in case i dont get in.
i went to erwins today and they were really nice and gave all the information to get in their LPN program. my goal is to do lpn to rn. my dream is to become a registered nurse.
- Nov 3, '11 by gatoraimsLPNQuote from LovingLife16I went to put in my application today and was told by the counselor that it's just as competitive as the regular program. In her words, the "rejects" from the generic program take up all the seats in the transition program so the cut-off GPA is still just as high as the regular program. I have a 3.5 and she told me I had no chance of getting in.
I think we had the fortune to talk to the same lady! I was told with a 3.45 that I had no hope to be a nurse. That my GPA was not strong enough and that if I was not an A student then I should follow a new path. This was before I was an LPN. So I asked her about the transition program and she said yeah no chance with a GPA like that. I was crushed.
Well I got my LPN and now starting SPC in May for the LPN-RN program. I did not even apply at HCC because when I talked to the dean about how I was treated they pretty much just said sorry. Nothing was done and I know she is still there.
Quote from LovingLife16Congrats! I know this is an old post but I hope it is going well!I got in!!!!