HfCC waiting list - page 11

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Does anyone know what the average wait list time to get into the nursing program at Henry Ford Community College is? Also what are all the requirements so that I can make sure I have all my ducks in a row.... Read More


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    Wow. I'm sorry to hear that. I know how frustrating that may have been seeing as though you had been waiting all that time and were misinformed. Is there anything that you can do as far as getting back on the list? Are you going to try looking into other schools? I think that I am facing a similar problem now and I am not too sure of what to do. I am already well above the 2.7 gpa needed however this semester just has not been a good one for me. I think I may have seriously burnt myself out early on seeing as though I have been going to school for 2 years straight and working full time as well. I took Chemistry and a math class (although I didn't need it but needed it to get my financial aid) and I swear I feel like I am failing BOTH! I am like beyond stressed and unsre of what I should do. I am thinking that I need to drop the math class since I don't need it before I end up lowering my gpa severely but I am scared of it affecting my gpa. Knowing that I could have went and got my LPN makes me wonder if I should consider doing that. I am only a few classes away from being able to apply to other programs and this Chem class away from being placed on the wait list at HFCC. At this point I am unsure of what I want to do.
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    MsAshley: I have was placed on the waiting list Mar09. It has been a long wait; but well worth the wait. HFCC has a great nursing program and it is cheaper then going to university. I truly believe that when I graduate from HFCC finding a job will be quick because of the schools reputation. Health care managers always like hiring HFCC graduates.
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    RE:Re: HfCC waiting list Wow. I'm sorry to hear that. I know how frustrating that may have been seeing as though you had been waiting all that time and were misinformed. Is there anything that you can do as far as getting back on the list? Are you going to try looking into other schools? I think that I am facing a similar problem now and I am not too sure of what to do. I am already well above the 2.7 gpa needed however this semester just has not been a good one for me. I think I may have seriously burnt myself out early on seeing as though I have been going to school for 2 years straight and working full time as well. I took Chemistry and a math class (although I didn't need it but needed it to get my financial aid) and I swear I feel like I am failing BOTH! I am like beyond stressed and unsre of what I should do. I am thinking that I need to drop the math class since I don't need it before I end up lowering my gpa severely but I am scared of it affecting my gpa. Knowing that I could have went and got my LPN makes me wonder if I should consider doing that. I am only a few classes away from being able to apply to other programs and this Chem class away from being placed on the wait list at HFCC. At this point I am unsure of what I want to do.




    If I were you I would drop any class that would lower my GPA. There are tons of people with GPA's well over 2.7 who are waiting to get in, if your GPA gets lowered I'd bet money that you would be dropped from any wait list. There are so many people on the wait list that I believe that anything is used to free up spots. If doing the LPN is an option go for it but still keep yourself on the wait lists for WC3 and HFCC for nursing because you never know what can happen...
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    Thats so true and I think I am going to drop the class. My biggest worry though was financial aid. I have emailed about 3 people in the financial aid office to find out how badly would this affect my chances of still receiving financial aid. I have never dropped a class before and this year I actually accepted a lot of the loans because I needed a new computer. I just don't want them to think that I took the classes just for the money and want to drop. I have never done that and wouldn't want to jepordize my future aid. Do you think that will affect me?
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    Ms Ashley,

    As long as you have been in the class for a number of weeks it generally doesn't hurt your financial aid...but ask your advisors just to be sure. I think you have to be in the class for at least half the semester for it not to affect you
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    Yes I did talk to them and they said it wouldn't affect my gpa so I am going to drop the class
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    Aaaaaaaaaaaaah! I just got my ACCEPTANCE LETTER!!!
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    Congratulations!! How long had you been waiting on that lovely letter to arrive??
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    On their website it says students now have to take the Hesi. Has anyone taken it? How was the math portion?


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