Macomb Community College Nursing 2013 - page 7

Hi all! I was wondering if anyone has registered to take their HESI in the fall and are planning to apply to Macomb's nursing program for the 2013 admission cycle! Let me know!... Read More

  1. by   JLJ11405
    Thank you ajurzak! I appreciate your help! I will definitely check out that website, I want to save all the money I can!

    Where did you go for the basic life support certification?
    Last edit by JLJ11405 on Jan 28, '13
  2. by   ajurzak
    I had a friend who's certified to teach it. If you go to the American heart associations website you can search places that have certification
  3. by   rbrandnew
    Hi, just wondering, do any of the nursing classes or clinical met on Saturday? Thank you in advance.
  4. by   ajurzak
    Some classes do meet on Saturday. Clinicals I don't know
  5. by   rbrandnew
    Thank you
  6. by   CarissaLynn32
    Can anyone give me an idea of the first year costs? I am trying to set aside money since will be paying out of pocket. I am figuring out credits (x) $86/credit hour but I have no idea what the fees or course fees are. Any input would be appreciated!
  7. by   KylaS
    Anyone know how many people applied this time around? Can't believe it's almost time.
  8. by   CarissaLynn32
    I don't know how many but this wait is torture :/ I called the office right before the deadline and she had already starting ranking. Hopefully it goes quick... All she said was I am "in a good place" which helps a bit but April can't come fast enough. Although I did think the letters went out early to mid April and she told me its more like late April :/
  9. by   Winterbebe7
    I wish she would have told you *how many had applied* at that point!! I'm so nervous and excited to see. I know my GPA is a little low so I feel like I will be just on the border from what I have seen was excepted the last 2-3 years but I'm hoping the people who have said hesi scores are down and less people applied this year than normal are right! Does anyone know if they work with you on payment or if its all due in one lump sum? I am paying out of pocket. Who did you call? I always seem to get crabby people who don't know much about the nursing program and can never answer any of my questions
  10. by   ajurzak
    Tuition for classes is due per semester. Just like pre-reqs, it is due by a certain time.
  11. by   CarissaLynn32
    Can current nursing students tell me their schedules? I am trying to set aside money for day care and am wondering how many days a week most people have classes.
  12. by   CarissaLynn32
    A lot of them are rude and clueless but there is a girl name------------- in the selective admissions office that I've talked to a few times. You usually have to leave her a message but she's always returned my call quickly. She is very knowledgable and very nice.
    Last edit by dianah on Mar 4, '13 : Reason: Terms of Service re: posting names
  13. by   ajurzak
    Every ones schedual is different. For the first eight weeks you have 4 classes. Your two lectures ( I heard these 2 are always at the same time) are Monday and Thursday eight to eleven. You'll have a three and six hour lab with those, and those will be at a time selected for you. Once in and you have received your start date you'll get an email asking about preferred class times (mainly due to those who work inthe hospital but for those who need child care as well) the second eight weeks you have lecture the same days starting at nine. And you'll have one day of clinical.

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