ADN programs with no waitlist?Register Today!
- by foolie Jul 20, '09Hi
Starting 2010, I plan to relocate to Oregon due to family circumstances. I'm just wondering if there are any ADN programs someone won't mind pointing me to that has no wait list? Much thanks.
- Jul 20, '09 by NewNurseyGirl2009ADN programs here are very competative. I had a 3.8 gpa and it took me 3 years to get in.
- Jul 20, '09 by kamperooI just graduated from an ADN program in June of this year. I got in on my first try and I was on the waiting list so even if you get put on the waiting list it doesn't mean you won't make it.
- Jul 21, '09 by LoveMyBugsMost nursing schools in the Portland area dont have waitlist you have to reapply every year and get in based on GPA, pre-reqs completed, CNA experience... if you go to the Oregon board of nursing website, there is an education link that shows all the schools in Oregon that are approved to teach ADN, BSN, Masters programs within that link it will also show what the NCLEX pass rates are for each school, it will also have links to each school website.
http://www.oregon.gov/OSBN/RN_LPNprograms.shtmlLast edit by LoveMyBugs on Jul 21, '09 : Reason: added website link
- Jul 21, '09 by barleynhopsBSNAll of the Portland programs accept students based on a points system, mainly based on GPA.
Here are the Portland area nursing schools that I can think of.
Portland Community College
Mt Hood Community College
Clackamas Community College
Clark Community College
George Fox University
Walla Walla University