University of Washington's BSN program 2014 - page 46
Good morning! So I'm going to try this whole process over again, as a repeat offender...I mean applicant for UW's BSN program 2014. I applied last year, made it through the proctored essay portion but was not accepted. After... Read More
- 1Jul 3 by JLoyaQuote from Just_keep_swimmingIf you get accepted into the Nursing program, Academic Services will get you into the University. They have that kind of power. Unless for some reason something was falsified or whatnot, then you're on your own. Good Luck. It was an amazing time and I am already bored not being in the classroom.However I just recieved my denial letter to the university of Washington itself. Does that mean I'm automatically kicked off the wait list?
- 1Jul 4 by SweetDispositionJust_Keep_Swimming,
I was waitlisted last year and during the summer, I too was denied entrance to the UW general admission. They do this automatically. Anyone who is not immediately accepted into the program gets an automatic denial. As JLoya says, if you get off the waitlist, the SoN will reverse the general admission decision. Do not worry!
Re: the last possible day you can get into the SoN, last year I moved from #9 to #1 during the summer, and they told me the last possible day I could get into the program would be the day before Sept orientation. They asked me to be fully compliant -- complete all the compliance training, immunizations, etc -- so that if someone dropped out, I'd be ready to go. Which I did. And then the day before orientation, they said, "Sorry, it's not going to work out".
Just hang in there! You never know!
- 1Jul 19 by bird_brainsHello all, I was also accepted to the UW BSN program for fall '14. So nice to 'meet' you! Just_keep_swimming, I hope to see you at orientation. I put in a request to the FB group, as well.
I was also accepted to SU's BSN program and deliberated for quite some time before choosing UW. It appears to be a more rigorous program and I'm interested on going on to an ARNP and splitting my time between primary care and ARNP.
Finishing my compliance checklist now. Yeesh! Is it September yet? Got my patho and pharm texts from a recent grad yesterday am. so thick!