University of Michigan Flint

  1. Anyone out there attending the University of Michigan Flint next year. I just received the acceptance call. Go Weasels... I mean Wolverines!
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  2. 6 Comments

  3. by   optimisticSRNA
    CONGRATULATIONS!!!! I'm so happy for you!
  4. by   zoozoo
    CONGRATULATIONS!!!! Still waiting...
  5. by   Spartan05
    Quote from willardka
    Anyone out there attending the University of Michigan Flint next year. I just received the acceptance call. Go Weasels... I mean Wolverines!
    Congrats! However, I hope to God that Michigan State gets their CRNA program up and running in the next few years so I don't have to go back to Detroit for CRNA school.
  6. by   Spartan05
    Quote from MSU_nurse07
    I would never trust/attend a CRNA school at MSU. Did you go to MSU for undergrad?
    Why not, do you know who the new director is? The program hasn't even started yet so how can you make this claim?
  7. by   Spartan05
    Quote from MSU_nurse07
    I don't think they have found a director yet. However, if the program is run like any of the undergrad or MS programs at MSU- CON, it will be terrible and unorganized. I would actually like to learn something rather than fighting with administration.

    I received a BS in Engineering from MSU. When you talk about being unorganized are you referring specifically to the nursing department here or MSU in general? The reason I am considering MSU is because I have already taken many courses here and so they all transfer, where with a place like U of D Mercy, I have to take some classes that only they offer in order to apply there (same with Oakland and Grand Valley). Also, I think that would give me a leg up when applying to the accelerated BSN program. Are you a current MSU nursing student, I appreciate the advice, I'm just trying to understand exactly what your beef is with MSU.
  8. by   jewelcutt
    I'll tell you honestly, the CRNA school you go to will have little to do with the college you attend. You will be more closely linked with the base hospital your program is at. Some schools actually have their classes at the hospital. We saw our dean of nursing maybe once. I think MSU will be a great place for a CRNA program. Michigan programs are already too congregated in the southeast.

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