Catholic University - page 2
Is anybody in or does anyone know anything about CUA's program? I am applying for the second degree program - I would love to get some insight from someone who goes there. I'm applying to UMD as well - the difference in price... Read More
- 0Jun 18, '05 by HillaryCQuote from RPCVHi all -
Well I was provisionaly accepted to Catholics accelerated program. I was told I absoultly needed organic chem in order to start in the fall. I took 5 weeks of leave (unpaid) from my job and enrolled at Montgomery college (well over an hour to get there every day, out of state tutition for a total of $1,600). Well I could not keep up with the course at all. 5 credits in 5 weeks in insanity. I am also taking micro at night. My contract threatened to pull my health insurance while I was on leave so I had to come back and work at least 15 hours. The Prof (who is amazing) would give 3 or 4 homework assignments (10 questions per assignment) each night - but I had to go to work after class and then onto micro until 10 PM. There was no way I could pass. So I am taking the class as an audit now. If I had dropped it I would have only gotten like $100 back. I see it as an investment into the next tiem I take the class.
So long story short - Catholic might now deny my entry in to the program becasue of this ONE class. I have served in the Peace Corps, I currently work for large international aid organization, I volunteer, I am a doula -- I think I am pretty decent canidate.... I have been taking pre reqs since spring of 04. Paying out the arse, no life, no time.... Just to get this far into it and to be told to turn back. I am waiting for the Dean/person in charge of accelerated admissions to call me back.
So now I am filling out applications for Georgetown accelerated spring entry program. Worst part - I had told my office I was leaving. THey started to recruit for my position --- now all that is on hold. ARGHHHH!!!!
sorry for the rant, but no one else seems to empathize.
That's horrible Worst thing is, organic chem really isn't that critical for nursing. It's good stuff to know, but many schools don't require it at all. Good luck!
- 0Jun 29, '05 by carolinapoohQuote from RPCVI worked at UNC-CH. I can assure you that in a university, the right hand has no idea what the left hand is doing.I jsut left my third message with the Dean of Nursing about my Organic class situation. No reply. It has been over a month. However the housing department calls me every week to confirm if I am off campus.... Do the seperate dept even communicate??? THis is absurd!!!