Hello, I am currently living in Colorado and in the process of applying to BSN programs, SU being my #1 choice. I am 27 and do not have a previous degree but have all of my pre-req's and core req's complete for the SU program with exception to 2 of the core requirements (Intro to History and Intro to Literature). I am hoping for some insight from recently accepted students or current students, as to what helped them or how they feel I fare? Like I mentioned, I will be transferring in with at least 90 Quarter Semester Hours (if they accept them), I have a 3.96 gpa (all completed in 5 semesters around the clock, not Quarters), National Honor Society member, approx. 50-60 volunteer hours combined from Planned Parenthood and St. Anthony's Hospital, as well as being a Night/Day Nanny for the last 5 or so years to Newborn Twins, some with health problems. I am extremely stressed out due to how competitive every BSN program is. Please if anyone is out there to help me or give me advice on how to seperate myself from others in my essays, or offer advice on ways to make my resume' better...I'd more than appreciate it! Thank you and I hope someone can help me!!!!