Vanderbilt Grad Entry 2013 - page 6

Hey everyone! This thread is for all of those out there who are planning on applying to one of Vanderbilt's MSN programs for Fall 2013. I'm starting to get my application packet together. I... Read More

  1. Visit  incher profile page
    Okay everyone, its December 2 which means they will start looking at the priority applications soon! Good Luck everyone. I am so nervous. I am pre-specialty AGPNP applicant FYI.
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  3. Visit  LetsChill profile page
    Quote from incher
    Okay everyone, its December 2 which means they will start looking at the priority applications soon! Good Luck everyone. I am so nervous. I am pre-specialty AGPNP applicant FYI.
    I agree. I hope everyone was able to submit they're application. If not, get 'er done! It's no fun waiting in anxiety for a response from the committee but at the same time I'm so pumped!

    Let us know on here when you guys here back from Vanderbilt!
  4. Visit  kms673 profile page
    I am an AGPCNP applicant too. Just submitted my app last night!
  5. Visit  jenny.j profile page
    So if I understand this correctly, we will get an email from Vanderbilt when our application is under review?
  6. Visit  kms673 profile page
    I think they send you an email confirming that the admissions counselor has all your documents ready for review (or to inform you that something is missing). Then it will be passed to the faculty for review.
  7. Visit  IcySageNurse profile page
    When is the deadline - is it too late for me to apply?

    Also - what about scholarships? Are those common for the MSN students? I'm looking into PMHNP but it's just so expensive!
  8. Visit  jenny.j profile page
    The priority deadline was December first and I'm not sure when the final deadline is. I called the financial aid office and they said the average student gets enough loans scholarships and grants and other expenses. Vanderbilt is an expensive program but it is a fantastic school. and I hope to hea how everyone's app how everyone's applications are coming along or if they hear anything back from the admissions staff.
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  9. Visit  jenny.j profile page
    Wow excuse my bad grammar and repetition. I'm typing on my phone and it's not very reliable!
  10. Visit  incher profile page
    I have also heard most people get enough financial aid to cover cost. Kms673- hope we are classmates!
  11. Visit  IcySageNurse profile page
    Do you guys know if it's mostly loans? I already have some student loan debt, so if it's $30,000 in loans still it might be a little too much for me.
  12. Visit  kms673 profile page
    Incher- me too! where are you from?

    IcySageNurse- I believe it is mostly loans. A current student on another forum mentioned she had $75,000 for the 1st year. But I do not think this particular person was working because she was a pre-specialty student, so that has to be factored in. Also, she may not have qualified for scholarships or grants (most people who work full-time will not).

    Some students (like myself) will choose to take on the large debt because they believe it is a good long-term investment. If a person can make $50,000 more a year for the rest of their life, an initial investment of $150,000 would be worth it in the long-term. Some RNs claim that NP salary in their areas is not much more than they make as an RN. So I think it depends on your unique situation.
  13. Visit  mctlhunt profile page
    jenny.j.....yep. Not happy either but I really feel I need to trust God because He is the only one that will get me through and I feel like retaking would be relying too much on myself! Almost done with BSN and looks like on the other threads that its a benefit having RN and BSN and being distance learner. I am so excited to find out in a few months. I had a friend that graduated from there last year and loved the program. I am from the KC, MO area so the commute will definitely be an adventure. I am not looking forward to the loans but doing what I feel I am called to do is rewarding enough to take on alittle debt. Plus it looks like in my area, an average FNP in a hospital makes about 20-30k more a year than an RN that works her butt off! I am also trying to save my PTO time so I can have 250 hrs to really concentrate on this accelerated program. I look forward to corresponding on here and supporting all of us that will be anxiously anticipating our acceptance letters (no reason to not think positive!).
  14. Visit  mctlhunt profile page
    I got an email stating that everything was received and that my file was being submitted for review and that I would hear end of feb first of march.....That email just came end of last week.
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