Starting Nursing School in January...NEIT. - page 2

Looking for other students who will be starting the nursing program at New England Institute of Technology in January of 2013!?... Read More

  1. by   sgo1989
    hey, tgnc29! I also heard from my admissions officer, Jeff, yesterday saying they were sending out acceptance letters and orientation info. He said we should expect to be there about an hour on the 16th. can't wait to meet you all then
  2. by   missa112
    yay..got my letter today. i dont think im going to be able to have my immunization form done by sunday though. hope that isnt a problem! 😁
  3. by   sgo1989
    I haven't even looked at the letter, does it say we need it done by then? I'll have to try and get in to see my doctor...hopefully I can get t in time.
  4. by   missa112
    i talked to my admissions officer andshe said to just tell them youre in the nursing program and it wont be a problem.
  5. by   Snozbery26
    Congrats everyone on starting at NEIT!! I graduated from that program in March, and I can tell you I have gotten great feed-back from my colleagues about the education that I received! This program really sets you up for success if you work it, it can get INTENSE but so is nursing so it's a good lead in. Good luck!!
  6. by   sgo1989
    Thank you! I'm looking forward to starting, and I'm glad to hear you were welcomed into the nursing community!
  7. by   Hoping2NurseinRI
    Hi!! Any new updates on your progress @ NE Tech? I am applying at CCRI in February for Fall '13, but am spooked I won't be accepted due to all of the talk/gossip. Needless to say, I have begun exploring additional options. I know several people who attend NET for other fields, but would love to hear from someone who is currently enrolled, and essentially a "newbie". Any info you can provide, from pros to cons, would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks.
  8. by   sgo1989
    NEIT has 4 start dates throughout the year, it was worth it for me because I got to start only 2 months after applying.
  9. by   Strive2Survive
    I'll be starting the program in October 2013...can anyone comment on what the first quarter schedule was like? I just need to plan ahead and orientation and registration is basically a week or two before classes start which is not good timing lol
  10. by   RInursingstudent
    Meeting with an admissions counselor this week, are you all happy there? I know tuition is high, any financial assistance? Don't want to take $50,000 out in student loans.
  11. by   RInursingstudent
    Quote from Snozbery26
    Congrats everyone on starting at NEIT!! I graduated from that program in March, and I can tell you I have gotten great feed-back from my colleagues about the education that I received! This program really sets you up for success if you work it, it can get INTENSE but so is nursing so it's a good lead in. Good luck!!
    Did you have any trouble finding a job? That is my concern if I go here.
  12. by   Strive2Survive
    Quote from RInursingstudent
    Meeting with an admissions counselor this week, are you all happy there? I know tuition is high, any financial assistance? Don't want to take $50,000 out in student loans.
    I actually love it. I've heard mixed reviews from other students but you can only get what you take out of it. They offer "optional" classes that will help in the long run (and they're not extra money) but people opt out of taking them and don't do well then blame the school (in my own opinion of course). As far as the price...it's very high but I learned a lot from talking to other students and I learned that joining a club or two and volunteering can get you tons of scholarships. I wish you the best of luck no matter what you choose...nursing school is quite the experience!
  13. by   Hitorr26
    Quote from Strive2Survive
    I actually love it. I've heard mixed reviews from other students but you can only get what you take out of it. They offer "optional" classes that will help in the long run (and they're not extra money) but people opt out of taking them and don't do well then blame the school (in my own opinion of course). As far as the price...it's very high but I learned a lot from talking to other students and I learned that joining a club or two and volunteering can get you tons of scholarships. I wish you the best of luck no matter what you choose...nursing school is quite the experience!


    How is nursing school going at Neit? I should be starting this October.. Just looking for any feedback or advice.. Thanks in advance

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