CCBC ATB program Spring 2018 - page 7

Hi there! I know is a little early, but anyone else applying for the spring 2018 ATB Program? I recently moved back to MD and I wanted to connect with other applicants.... Read More

  1. by   Pandapants
    Not sure if anyone is still posting here, but can anyone tell me if you are given the opportunity to apply to the ATB program AFTER you were accepted into the CCBC RN program? As in, you did not apply to the ATB, but then changed your mind after CCBC acceptance, and decided to apply? I applied to only CCBC Associates program (Fall 2018) because I thought I would not be able to afford the ATB program, but then my husband told me he would help out so I should do it... but now I can not change my application to ATB also. Do they let you apply later in the program? Do they go over this in orientation?
  2. by   mil859811
    Quote from Pandapants
    Not sure if anyone is still posting here, but can anyone tell me if you are given the opportunity to apply to the ATB program AFTER you were accepted into the CCBC RN program? As in, you did not apply to the ATB, but then changed your mind after CCBC acceptance, and decided to apply? I applied to only CCBC Associates program (Fall 2018) because I thought I would not be able to afford the ATB program, but then my husband told me he would help out so I should do it... but now I can not change my application to ATB also. Do they let you apply later in the program? Do they go over this in orientation?
    You will be able to apply to an ATB program next semester if you are still interested.
  3. by   Pandapants
    Thank you for the info!!!!
  4. by   Pandapants
    Can anyone in the Stevenson ATB program tell me how much they pay per credit? I'm so confused! On the Stevenson general tuition info page, tuition is the regular rate of $835 per credit for part time. Then we get 20% off of that which equals $668 per credit.
    BUT... on another part of the Stevenson website, the ATB tuition is listed as only $396 per credit, which would be a little over 50% off! Does anyone have any idea what the actual price per credit is?

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