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Chamberlain May 2017

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So I have finally been accepted into Chamberlain and I was wondering what classes were like? What are the days and hours you take classes? I'm still looking for financial options so I was just wondering what Chamberlain is like for anyone who goes.

DNursling, BSN, RN

Has 2 years experience.

I was just accepted as well and thinking of the same question. I have new student orientation tomorrow in Atlanta.

congrats to the both of you! I am in Atl also and hope to enter in the near future!

DNursling, BSN, RN

Has 2 years experience.

Thank you very much. I wish you much success. Now I'm looking to get low cost blood titers, any suggestions?

Pixie.RN, MSN, RN, EMT-P

Specializes in EMS, ED, Trauma, CNE, CEN, CPEN, TCRN. Has 13 years experience.

Thank you very much. I wish you much success. Now I'm looking to get low cost blood titers, any suggestions?

Try your health department.

Congrats to everyone that has been accepted!!! I am a current student in the Las Vegas campus and I love it, my campus is fairly new so we don't have a lot of options as far as schedule goes but my bosses are super accommodating and supportive, I work for a married couple in a small shop, it works great for all of us. I got all my vaccines at my health department and it was super easy to do. Your insurance should cover it and if not your out of pocket should be super low. The only thing I had a hard time with was my TB but my doctor's office took care of that so it was ok.

Future_GA_nurse, CNA, EMT-B

Specializes in Career changer.

I was just accepted as well and thinking of the same question. I have new student orientation tomorrow in Atlanta.

Congratulations DNursling. I'm interested in the ATL campus. I'm not sure if you started school yet, but could you tell me how is it thus far? I'm looking to apply next semester or push it out to Jan 2018.

DNursling, BSN, RN

Has 2 years experience.

Hey, thanks Future_GA_Nurse! I am enjoying my classes. It is fast paced. Classes change every eight weeks, it is busy. There are a lot of resources for the nursing classes. I would encourage anyone to take as many general education classes at a technical college to reduce the cost. Good luck!