Anyone apply for UCF nursing 2011 at Daytona Beach?

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Alicat73

Alicat73

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Thank you! I am really excited! I am currently in Daytona State's RN program, so hopefully that 1st semester's experience will help me with my 1st semester at UCF. Congrats and can't wait to meet everyone!

Alicat73

Alicat73

13 Posts

Good luck to you! I have heard that many people on the wait list do get in. I hope you do, and please let us know!

_sunflower

_sunflower

70 Posts

Yeah, I'm sure especially with delay, at least a few like you will have gotten into other programs and turn down their spots. Hope you get in!

bsnmom023

bsnmom023

67 Posts

Im gonna try and start a facebook page where we can go and chat. (Daytona campus) I'll name it UCF Daytona C/O 2013...Cant wait to meet you guys.

bsnmom023

bsnmom023

67 Posts

I started a facebook group and named it UCF Nursing Daytona C/O 2013. See you there!! I still can't believe I got in. Sooo happy right now=)))

ormondrnstudent

ormondrnstudent

2 Posts

I also got accepted. But I already started the DSC program this week. So I am just going to stay at Daytona State College. Well good luck to whomever gets my seat. Good luck to everyone..

Hi, I'm Rebecca and I just got my acceptance email this morning! I'm so excited!

ipsilateral

ipsilateral

14 Posts

Looks like we will be rewarded with even more waiting. Haha. Based on looking at last years forum of the same exact nature, they wait until the last acceptance date to send replies to those that already sent in their accept/decline notices.

I'm beginning the think the first lesson of this program is Patience. ;)

_sunflower

_sunflower

70 Posts

Yeah.. Enjoy it while you can lol. As soon as she starts sending you things, she really nails you with it. We hadn't heard anything for a bit while they got acceptances in and then suddenly we had 15 things to do with a deadline. And lots of money to spend.

ipsilateral

ipsilateral

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Thanks for the heads up. I've been looking at the Handbook online to try to start getting my papers in order and double-checking my immunizations/etc. Do you remember if they required a flu shot? It sounds pretty much like all the typical rotation requirements, immuns, CPR, HIV/AIDS training, physical, etc..

Kay, I had also read previously in another thread that they say the men's pants are more comfortable than the women's, can you speak to that being true? Thanks in advance for insight.

_sunflower

_sunflower

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Honestly, I have no problems with the women's pants. I guess I can break it down.

For the mens pants, it depends on your size. We're sized differently than men. For me, I tried the mens mediums and they were just a tad too tight, but the larges were way too large. There are a few girls in my class who swear by them, but they didn't work for me. For the men's tops, I got one because they were less see-through, but honestly if you wear a nude coloured bra with the women's tops it isn't noticeable. One thing I did notice is they are wide around the top and waist and taper down around the hips more, which for a girl who is bottom heavy (or really any girl with a set of hips) is not as comfortable and makes me look as if I am wearing a white sack.

The girls top and bottoms, they are a bit more sheer of a fabric but nothing horribly exposing. But you WILL want to invest in nude coloured undergarments. White works too but I feel it is more noticeable. Coloured is out - everyone will see.

ipsilateral

ipsilateral

14 Posts

Thanks for the info Kay.