Anyone attending Shenandoah Accelerated BSN?
- 0May 24, '06 by StarGirlHi everyone,
I'm new here. I just finished my pre-req's at NVCC and I was accepted to GMU and Shenandoah's Accelerated BSN programs but I am planning on attending Shenandoah. I like the class curriculum better and I live in Leesburg so it is much closer to my home.
Anywho...I would love to find other students who are going to be in (or are already enrolled) the nursing program at Shenandoah. So if you are please let me know....it would be great to meet some people before classes start and to get a heads up on what the program is like.
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- 0Mar 24, '08 by sumihaneHi Stargirl,
I was in the accelerated nursing program at Shenandoah University in Leesburg. I got through the first semester but did not make it the second one. It completely consumed my life. I could not stand taking all my classes in the same room from the same seats. I did not like the school that much, it was far too expensive and it really did not met my expectations. I went into it too soon. I am applying for the nursing program at NVCC this Fall.
- 0Nov 11, '09 by ScarlettanagerHi everyone!
I got accepted into the Accelerated Nursing program at Shenandoah for the Spring 2010 (starting this January). I am leaning towards going there because it starts soon and I am ready to start school since I have all my pre-reqs. I really want to speak to someone who is currently attending or has graduated. The program seems really intense; are there any breaks at all? And is it possible to work part time for 10 hours a week. Please please get back to me since the school is starting soon and I have no idea what to expect.
- 0Nov 11, '09 by ScarlettanagerHi Stargirl!
I see that you have graduated and currently working as a nurse. I would love to talk to you about Shenandoah. I got accepted into their accelerated program. Could you give me an idea of what a daily schedule is like? Do we have any breaks from classes during the day and can we set our own schedules?
Thanks any info is greatly appreciated.