Frontier School of Midwifery & Family Nursing FNP Program

  1. Hello,
    I am seeking some individuals who have completed or are currently enrolled in the FNP program at Frontier. I have just applied for the June Frontier Bound. I had all of my application in by the second week in Feb. I am just curious in how difficult it is to be admitted? Is there really a long waiting list? I also would like to know how realistic is it to work while trying to go through this program. I've been told that the part time module is for people who work but I have also heard that people have worked full time and attended this program full time. I just need some words of wisdom from someone who has experience with the application process and attending the program.
    Thanks!
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  3. by   mamallama
    Hi there! I'm a FNP student at Frontier. Went to Frontier Bound last May, am just finishing my last Level I class and taking my first Level II class. I can't really speak to how hard it is to get admitted - I know I got in , but don't know what the competition was like.

    I'm working 30+ hours per week and have two young kids. Am in the program part-time. I like the program a lot, but it is definitely busy. As you may know, the school recently transitioned to a quarter system. I've personally had a bit of "growing pains" switching to the new system -- mostly getting used to having firmer deadlines -- but still feel very positive about the school. I have classmates who are working and doing the program full-time, but I honestly don't know how they do it.

    Good luck. Frontier Bound is a great experience. I can't wait to go back to Hyden for Clinical Bound -- although that's about a year away. Feel free to send a private message if you want to chat more.
    Last edit by sirI on Feb 25, '07 : Reason: Removed personal contact information for many spammers lurk this site

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