Has anyone attended or graduated from Provo College?
I'm from California, and I'm considering moving to Provo if I can get into the RN program and avoid the long wait here!
Provo college is too expensive for what the students have to put up with. One of the instructors walked out in the middle of a semester. They are really understaffed. The 2 instructors they have are nice, but I feel like I am not getting a good education. It is way too much money.
I will probably get my LPN and leave to another school for my RN.
Last edit by uftu531 on Jul 20, '08
Dear CNAUT, suggest you call the admissions representative at the college ask for the Nursing Department, she'll help you out. Many of the students in the program have transferred from other colleges with waiting lists and were able to get in. The higher the grades on the prerequisite courses and some "care-giving" experience, and the better you score on an admissions test (math, sciences, reading, etc), the better your chances for acceptance. It's not only looking at GPA, but they interview students and assess dedication and other attributes. Also, they require that you have a CNA first, so if you live up to your name, you're on your way.
The number of students accepted increased to 50 students this year, from half that number before. Hope this helps!
Last edit by jb2u on Nov 11, '08
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