St Joseph College of Maine Reviews - page 8
I have done a few searches, but haven't found many responses (or at least newer) re: St. Joseph's nurse practitioner program. I'm considering it because it seems flexible, reasonable, and like a good opportunity from what I can... Read More
- 0Nov 1, '11 by canyonforestHello classmates....
I received the good news last PM in my mailbox
re accepted to St. Josephs College of Maine! just was overjoyed, waiting every day of last week for some news....in reading all the posts here, hope we can continue to talk with one another and assist each other
in a successful journey. Re what class to take first, I do not know
as of yet and would like to take 2 classes. My adviser will
be in touch soon enough. The student who shared the 1st clinicals at the college
were bumpy, I am curious to know what did that mean? I am staying in Daytona Beach, anyone close by attending the college?
- 0Nov 1, '11 by LJames13Hey everyone... just wanted to let you all know that I started a new thread named: "St. Joseph's College of Maine FNP students" so that we could communicate a bit closer about the program itself. It is for current and new students to try to share any info/advice about the program.
Once we get started we can probably communicate via email or here about courses, etc in the program.
Check it out if you like!
- 0Dec 13, '11 by wildmtns4meI'm putting together my application essay for St Joes. It feels like the guidelines are a bit vague to me. Anyone have any helpful guidance to offer? I'd also be interested in the latest feedback from current students. I'm on W. Central NH (Lebanon area). Looking forward to keeping up with this.
- 0Jan 2, '12 by ShannonRN09I should *hopefully* be starting them in August or September. I'm trying to push through the core classes now. I'm staggering my classes where I start a new one every month and finish each in 6-8 weeks. I'm ready to be done with all of these core classes. I think they should throw us an FNP course here and there to keep it interesting while doing the core