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Denver College of Nursing July 2019 Cohort

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Hey all!! Who has applied or is applying for July 2019 cohort?? I just applied. EEEEK!!!

Tiyana

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Hi! I'm just putting the finishing touches on my personal statement and will officially apply this week. Did they say when you might hear back?

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Hi! I received an Email after I submitted my application stating I will hear back by February 12, 2019 if I am chosen to move forward in the interview process. Good luck on your personal statement!

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HI!

Im also finishing up my personal statement and will be submitting my application soon.

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carlymarie123 has 1 years experience.

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Anxiously awaiting to hear admission decisions in February! Anyone have an understanding on stats of students who are normally accepted? I applied with a 2.8 undergrad GPA, but 3.8 prerequisite GPA. I also have 1000+ hours of patient care experience (EMT and clinic assistant). From what I've heard DSON is much more lenient about undergrad GPA's that other programs, but I'm still nervous!

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Hi! I'm also anxiously waiting. I applied with a pre req GPA of 3.2 and still finishing two classes that will be done by may. Not sure how they decide on what students to accept but I've been a Cna for almost three years and have also put in more than 1000 hours of direct patient care at denver health hospital. Excited and nervous to find out! Where is everyone from?

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carlymarie123 has 1 years experience.

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I'm from Seattle (although I've lived all over). I lived in Boulder last year and fell in love with Colorado, so I'd be VERY excited to move back!

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Hey guys!

I applied for this start date as well. I have a 3.39 cumulative GPA and a 3.81 prereq GPA. I have worked as a medical assistant for the past 4 years. I am SO anxious to hear back. Does anybody know how many students they accept each start date?

 

 

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On 1/15/2019 at 6:25 PM, carlymarie123 said:

I'm from Seattle (although I've lived all over). I lived in Boulder last year and fell in love with Colorado, so I'd be VERY excited to move back!

I've always wanted to see Seattle. Yes, boulder and Colorado is general is amazing.  Very easy place to fall in love with. I am definitely nervous also. Crazy how we will find out soon though. Hang in there everyone! We got this! 

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carlymarie123 has 1 years experience.

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On 1/17/2019 at 11:10 AM, TiyanaClabaugh said:

I've always wanted to see Seattle. Yes, boulder and Colorado is general is amazing.  Very easy place to fall in love with. I am definitely nervous also. Crazy how we will find out soon though. Hang in there everyone! We got this! 

Are you from Colorado? What are your thoughts on good towns/areas to live in near the school? I loved Boulder (for access to the mountains) but don't think I would want to make the commute into Denver everyday... February can't come soon enough!! 

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On 1/15/2019 at 6:25 PM, carlymarie123 said:

 

I live in lakewood which is about 10 minutes from downtown. It's pretty central to everything which is nice. Yes, boulder is so awesome but the commute would suck. Nursing school wont be easy so you nat and well make getting there and back home easy for those days you are absolutely exhausted. If you want easy access to downtown then I would look into Capitol hill, governors park area. It's more expensive but great for young, single people. Lots of night life . If you have kids or are married and like things to be quieter then golden, lakewood, and wheatridge are great areas! I hope this is helpful:)

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On 1/18/2019 at 12:56 PM, carlymarie123 said:

Are you from Colorado? What are your thoughts on good towns/areas to live in near the school? I loved Boulder (for access to the mountains) but don't think I would want to make the commute into Denver everyday... February can't come soon enough!! 

you should look into the Glendale area. There is a lot of apartment options and the light rail is near so you can commute downtown.

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