I just found out that I have been accepted to Oral Roberts University Fall 09 BSN nursing program. I applied there about 3-4 weeks ago and just got an email from them regarding my acceptance. I called admissions to make sure and they verified that I was accepted into the Nursing program and the letter of acceptance is on its way. I am waiting to here from other colleges, but glad that I have been accepted.
I kinda tested myself as I was accepted to a diploma nursing school
almost 2 years ago but did not attend at the time because of the price of the school and me being employed at a full-time job I decided to hold my goal to obtain nursing since I had to support myself and could not do that at that time. Now that I have been laid off, exactly a month ago, I decided to go back and study nursing. I applied to BSN programs a week after my lay off. I know, I know, very late since I applied to all my schools
the first week of May about 3 - 4 weeks ago. I can't believe that this actually worked knowing how hard it was the first time to get accepted to school it took months before I found out I was accepted. It's kinda shocking to realize that in 3 weeks, from literally not even thinking about going to school since I was working full time, that I would be accepted to ANY school at this point.
God works in mysterious ways and I feel very blessed. Yes I was laid off and decided oh well better go to school now then sit around waiting on another job.
I'm waiting on acceptance to other programs before I make my decision. But very happy I've been accepted to this program, if the other ones don't fall through I am atleast guaranteed a spot right now.
If anyone is willing to move out of state (I applied to places around the country as I can move anywhere at this point), apply to direct admit BSN programs*. Those are the ONLY programs I applied to and there are various direct admit BSN programs, all of them private colleges and universities. I noticed most of them are Christian schools so if you don't mind that (just in case you didn't know and are not religious most of them have mandatory weekly churches you attend) go ahead and contact those schools you can find out about direct admit BSN programs by doing a search here at Allnurses.
*Direct admit BSN programs are programs where you apply to the college or university and do not have to apply to a separate nursing program. If you are admitted into the college you are admitted into the nursing program. I guess you can say it's the normal admission program for most majors at schools since most of them like business, biology, etc., you don't have to apply separately from undergrad admissions*
Jun 16, '09
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I was wondering what your profile looked liked when u applied hope you dont mind. I am currently doing my research for a program... thankss
Well I completed most of my Gen. Ed, like Religion (still have to take 2 religion classes from ORU), English, Psychology (including Development), A & P (with Labs), Sociology, Arts, History, German, Health, Intro. to Comps, and other Business type classes (Finance, Economics, etc.) from my prior college major of Business Law. I know I need to take Micro, Chemistry and Statistics (which I will take at ORU) before I start clinical with them but once I finish those I immediately start clinicals (and when I finish a NSG class they have).
The one thing I REALLY love about this school is that fitness/physical education classes are MANDATORY every semester. They range from swimming, yoga, aerobics, weight lifting, mountain biking, horse back riding, etc. You name it they got it. So hopefully this will keep the weight gain in check while your in college, but most importantly in achieving better health!
I am waiting on my schedule for Fall, since they schedule your classes you don't pick your schedule the first time. I am a transfer student and will be a sophomore this year. Hoping they put NSG fundamentals for Fall so I don't have to take that in the Spring. I had a cum gpa range of 3.3-3.5 gpa LOL, sorry I went to a few schools but none of the transcripts were less than 3.1 so I don't know what my cumulative gpa is which is what they use to determine if you get a transfer scholarship or not. Obviously it was good enough for me to get a 20k scholarship. Anyways hopes that helps, try applying with them I think their online application is free if I'm not mistaken.
Last edit by Cherish on Jun 16, '09