Published Aug 24, 2004
Just checking to see if there are any current Arapahoe Community College students out there that have applied to the RN program. I've been on the waitlist for a year now and still not even remotely close to getting into the program there. (not unless alot of people have dropped out and went else where) :chuckle
I'm currently taking all my prereq's so I can transfer (HOPEFULLY) to CUHSC next year. I can't stand the waiting just to get into the RN program at acc....by the time I get into the RN program there, I could have my BSN elsewhere.
Hi, I graduated from acc's lpn to rn fast track program in 1/04. I understand they've now integrated that program into the 2nd year of the RN program. If I we're you I wouldn't waste anytime on the waiting list. Go the BSN program or at least an LPN program and then do a fast track into RN. You're right you'll be done a lot quicker. I work with a lot of Regis students, who like they're program and a lot of hospitals are offering tuition reimbursement now to help with those costs. I liked all my clinical intructors at ACC but, honestly the program is not worth waiting for.
I start at ACC in January - finally! They did move through quite a lot of the list recently. What number are you and do you know how many are on the list now? The price is right at ACC and I hear the program is good.
I started taking my pre-reqs a year ago and ended up at 694 on the list. Just talked to them and they're at 245!! I have decided to go instead to Denver School of Nursing - a new school in town. Only thing is, they don't offer financial aid, so it's student loan time!! I'll start in July and be done with my LPN by next year!!
Yeah I think they finally got past 100 people now on the list there. I'm number 508 so its going to be quite some time before I get in (that is unless alot of people have dropped out and went elsewhere) I don't know how many are on the list currently. At this rate I'm going to have all my prereqs done to transfer to a 4 yr school and just get my BSN! lol
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