The Guys Club: Guy Students Come on In!

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    Hi All!

    I'm a crazy father of 2 ex-premed who just recently turned down Northwestern to go into a RN program.

    I already have an Associate in Science, but I'll be getting another ADN and then go to a 4 yr school.

    When I went to an info session about the RN program ill be trying to get into, out of like 70 ppl only 5 were guys.

    So I want to know are there any men out there?
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    Yeah, here's one. I'll be starting a Nurse Doctorate program at the Uni. Colorado Aug. 25!
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    here's another. senior at university of tx @ arlington!! i know what you mean agent- when we started last fall out of ~100 there were 10 guys, now due to some of them failing classes we are down to like 5 or 6 now.
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    Glad to see you guys.

    I think it will be slightly to my advantage to be the only guys amongst a bunch of women, but im also slightly scared by it.
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    Being a single guy, I guess I'll just have to deal with it
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    Well darn! Left out again! Oh well, story of my life!

    I am male and a student - but in an LPN Program - Hopefully will go on for RN after becoming liscensed as an LPN
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    Its not bad at all, well most of the time.

    Glad to be one of the few
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    Originally posted by Gampopa
    Being a single guy, I guess I'll just have to deal with it
    I'm a male ADN student. I'll be starting in 2 weeks at San Jacinto College in Houston.

    Being the rare guy isn't that big of a deal. When I got my Vet Tech degree (vet equivalent of an ADN) I was the only male in a graduating class of 28. From what I saw in orientation, it looks like men will be mopre common this time around.
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    We have to stick together in an estrogen world... glad to see that there are more than 3 guys on here!!!
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    I'm a single 35 year old guy going into my second year of a 4 year program at the University of New Brunswick. I am one of about 10 students out of a class of 90 or so. I'm told that's the highest percentage of guys they've ever had in a class.