Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing-FNP Program - page 5

by ms_sheesh 88,454 Views | 117 Comments

Hi all, I am thinking about applying to Frontier for the FNP Program. While I have read and heard great things about the midwifery program, I haven't heard much about the FNP Program. I would appreciate any feedback from... Read More


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    Congrats to you, Sugah. :clphnds: I'll see you there
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    Congratulations, ms_sheesh and Sugah Britches!!! What a wonderful feeling that must be!
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    Congrats ms_sheesh and sugah britches!!!! I am so very happy for you both...I am hoping to get into class 75. I knew I would be admitted to class 73 (whaa whaa) because I sent my transcripts for the class 75 deadline. I hope to be in the FSMFN family with you guys by December 21 (reveiw date for class 75). Please don't stop crossing your fingers (praying) for the rest of us!!!
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    I meant I knew I would not be admitted because I sent my app for class 75 deadline!
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    MSPRN01, Thanks for the congrats. Don't worry, I won't stop crossing my fingers for you. The only difference between getting into class 73 vs. class 75 is the dates for Frontier Bound (February v. March). Both classes actually start in April. We'll probably start classes together anyway.
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    ms_sheesh...so true...I will just be grateful to start classes in April!!! Congrats again!!
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    Thanks for the congrats everyone.. I will keep my fingers and toes crossed for you MSPRN01......
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    Congrats on pursuing such a great profession. I am in love with my new role as an NP.
    As a Frontier grad (class 53), I will warn to you be very on top of the administrative staff or they will drop the ball. This is especially true of Financial Aid. The newly hired director of financial aid is absolutely terrible. Not only is she rude but she really doesn't care to facilitate your financial survival.
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    Congrats on pursuing such a great profession. I am in love with my new role as an NP.
    As a Frontier grad (class 53), I will warn to you be very on top of the administrative staff or they will drop the ball. This is especially true of Financial Aid. The newly hired director of financial aid is absolutely terrible. Not only is she rude but she really doesn't care to facilitate your financial survival.
    Congrats to all who have been accepted so far For those of us who haven't heard, fingers and toes are still crossed! I'm going to go ahead and call tomorrow to see if they can shed any light... Almost two weeks after I sent my application packet in, I received an email from the student services coordinator to set up an interview. Forwarded in that email was an email to me from the registrar that had been addressed to me at "gmai.com" instead of "gmail.com" to let me know that they had received my application and all that was needed was the interview. I had not received it since it was an incomplete email address. Are you all getting your acceptance email from the registrar?

    I emailed the ssc last Friday and have not yet received a reply. Several weeks ago I emailed the director of the WHCNP/CNM program, as advised by another person in administration, with a question regarding preceptors and still haven't received a reply. I don't know if they're sending replies to the wrong email address or not responding because they're extremely busy or what. It's frustrating to be told that "she will respond" and not hear anything back. Then again, there was no time frame given, so maybe my expectations are out of line...

    FrontierFNP, when you refer to being "very on top of administrative staff" are you speaking of things such as this or am I misunderstanding? No matter what I end up doing, I'll have to stay on top of the financial aid piece of things; I already owe close to $25k in student loans for my RN to BSN program and I'm praying to find scholarships/grants to help pay for a nice chunk of my MSN. There are several scholarships with looming deadlines that I want to apply for, but I have to know what the heck I'm doing in order to apply!!
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    oldnightnurse,

    I wouldn't fret. I believe they notify students based on programs. It is possible that they haven't started to notify accepted students into the CNM or WHNP programs yet. I don't think a phone call would harm anyone. Good luck to you and I'll keep my fingers crossed for you too.


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