Has anyone attended the University of Wyoming? - page 3
I am checking into RN completion to BSN online programs. UOW seems to have a good program and very reasonable. $120 per semester hour vs UOP is $350 per semester hour as are many of the other online programs. Just wondering if... Read More
- 0Aug 19, '10 by MickyB-RNQuote from ellishaythis is encouraging to read.after earning my adn at a community college, i completed my bsn and msn at uw--my experience was excellent overall. i have been out a couple of years now, and i feel that i am at least as prepared--if not more so--than my peers with advance degrees. i would be happy to answer any questions!
- 0Aug 19, '10 by MickyB-RNQuote from Heidi MüllerThanks! I am going to contact the advisor. What classes are you taking this fall? It would be great to have another student to "talk" with. I also (when researching) have read that UW is a good school.MickyB-RN,
I'm curious--have you decided to go ahead with UW's program? I was also accepted into the RN/BSN curriculum earlier this summer and am looking forward to starting UW classes next week. Like you, I've found communication to be a bit of an issue--but I've also been impressed at how different faculty/staff will absolutely go out of their way to try to accommodate my questions, etc. And, based on my research, UW is very definitely a good university.
From my (albeit rather limited!) contact with the nursing department, I've concluded that I must 1.) be as persistent as necessary with phone calls/questions until I have good answers and 2.) basically take responsibility for doing my own advising. --Not that that is necessarily such a bad thing--it just forces a person to take a bit more ownership of his education! =) If it is of any help to you, I've found the Advisor and Coordinator of the RN/BSN program to be incredibly helpful. Best wishes!!