Any schools still accepting applications? PLEASE HELP!

  1. Does anyone know if there are still any nursing schools anywhere still accepting applications for FALL 2011? Either BSN program or the accelarated. Anywhere, any answer would help me a lot!

    Oh and im still taking classes right now (spring semester 2011) so if i have to send m transcripts before the semester is over, suppose they would be incomplete.
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  3. by   StangGang92
    My school is taking applications until 3/11. Since I'm a freshman here my application is probably different then a transfers. if you're interested. You might want to just email the head of nursing b/c idk if you can find the application online
  4. by   mailedc
    Trinity University in DC and Curry College outside of Boston in MA are still taking applications. Also, check on the NursingCAS website for more information. I think Creighton is still accepting as well as UMDNJ and maybe some schools in Texas too. Hope that helps!
  5. by   mgrn2b
    If you are willing to move, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is still accepting applications.
  6. by   MCLMN765
    Kimamichi Technology center is taking applications till April 15 2011
  7. by   EagerStudent1
    thank you everyone! i was beginning to think it was too late for me. thank you again!! i can only hope now that my gpa is good enough. *crosses fingers*
  8. by   thenameismac
    I believe that Coppin State in MD is still taking apps til the end of the month.
  9. by   AmesRT6510
    MGH Institute of Health Professions I think is May 1st in Boston.
  10. by   on eagles wings
    MDC in Miami, FL is still taking applications...
  11. by   dpowe003
    NAU is taking traditional BSN applications until March 15th. They have programs in Flagstaff, Yuma, and Tucson.
  12. by   Lauren4268
    Creighton University in Omaha, NE accepts them on a rolling basis year long until each class is full. I've heard from others that this fall is full, but it doesn't hurt to apply. They put together a waiting list and accept people until orientation day. It's a great program, I'm in it right now.
  13. by   newRNstudent02
    University of Southern Alabama