Hi, this is my first post so bare with me if i'm asking a stupid question.
ok, I am in the process of waiting for acceptance/rejection letters from area nursing schools
. I am still waiting to hear from Muhlenberg Nursing school
. I applied for the generic program even though I will be graduation from seton hall this semester with a bachelor's degree. Does anyone know if it is really hard to get into their program? Should I be optimistic about getting into the program? Also, if anyone is in their program, I know that you can have your tuition paid for if you sign a contract saying you will work for Muhlenberg/JFK for the first two years of your RN career. Is this true?...and how do you go about setting this up??..thank you for any help!!..:0)