BHCC 2012 Fall Acceptance - page 6

Hello Fellow Applicants!! For now it's just a waiting game...... It's absolutely killing me! Good luck to everyone!! Let me know when you hear anything and I'll do the same. I did go into my... Read More

  1. Visit  JaimeP profile page
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    Anyone else one of the five waitlisted for Fall 2012? Any info would be great
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  3. Visit  CMaster31 profile page
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    Still have not gotten a letter.
  4. Visit  Yaly profile page
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    I already got accepted in program I received mail on 29 April so I guess every one who is waitin should received their letter by this week... An also it's not only me I have learned there was another student too coz I mat her at register office while dropping my program acceptance letter... So congrates for those whom already got into program an for others wait pnly for 2 or 3 days. Chaw
  5. Visit  mallory4 profile page
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    hey ladies, just wanted to let you all know my letter arrived yesterday and I got into the evening program for the fall !

    good luck to everyone who has not heard yet!

    i'm considering going to another school at this point so there is definitely hope for those that are on the waitlist...my spot may open up, we'll see!
  6. Visit  dre24 profile page
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    Does anybody know the cost of the nursing program at Bhcc?
  7. Visit  mallory4 profile page
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    yes. for all classes that begin in NUR. you add $35 per credit. there is not a flat rate for the nursing program as many have led me to believe (including the brochure). So, if you have taken all or most of your co-req's. The nursing program will run you about the same (as far as tuition and fees) for a full year as you would pay to take a full-load (12 credits+) of regular courses at BHCC. About $5k per year. Because this way, if you have taken your co-req's before hand..you will only end up carrying about 9 credits a semester so the extra $35/credit will not be noticeable. The bigger issue here is the cost of nursing textbooks which are expensive. They quote the total cost of textbooks for all Nursing courses will be approx: $1500 and the cost of uniforms $200. Malpractice insurance $15/ year.

    Then of course at the end of the program you need to pay to take the NCLX and licensing related fees.

    The rates for tuition I have given here, reflect mass residency only.

    Hope this was helpful.


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