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- Mar 16 by glockkmDoes admissions send out an email AND a letter if you get accepted and just a letter if you get denied? Does admissions send emails out at all regarding admission status? Thanks!
- Mar 16 by vandydaniNo emails. Just letters. You can also call admissions any time and they'll tell you your status. If you haven't heard by now I would call them.
- Mar 16 by glockkmThank you!
- Mar 16 by bbccI actually got an e-mail as well as a letter, for NMW. I think because it was the Wednesday before the open house, they wanted to give us a chance to make arrangements if we hadn't already.
- Mar 17 by julsm14@MrSensitivity Thanks!
- Mar 26 by LetsChillHas anyone looked into the admitted student requirements?
New Students | Vanderbilt University School of Nursing
Anyone going to start these ahead of time?
- Mar 26 by MrSensitivityI think you can get the physical exam / health questionaire sent in now, along with the proof of health insurance and CPR card, but they don't want the background investigation to be submitted until 90 days prior to matriculation (about May 19).
- Mar 26 by LetsChillQuote from MrSensitivityAre you going to start getting these done and sent in now or wait to do them until later?I think you can get the physical exam / health questionaire sent in now, along with the proof of health insurance and CPR card, but they don't want the background investigation to be submitted until 90 days prior to matriculation (about May 19).
From what I understand, these are requirements for clinical. For the ACNP program, clinicals start mid first semester. This gives most students time to do this during the start of the semester, perhaps at the Student Health Center for cheap.
Do you know if we can give them a copy of an immunization record for validation of vaccinations? That'd be ideal for most ppl. I'm going to email admitting to make sure.
- Mar 28 by LetsChillI emailed L.B., who does the clinical placement, and she said that an updated immunization card and/or titer results will suffice for the clinical requirements. Good news for a lot of us.
5 months away!