This is my first time posting a thread on this site and I am hoping to get at least a few responses.
I am currently a sophomore enrolled at my local CC and I am looking to apply to a BSN program, particularly: University of Southern Mississippi, U of Mississippi (UMC), and Alcorn State University.
I was hoping someone could give me some insight on my first two choices concerning academics, clinicals, housing (especially students at UMC), and financial aid.
I have already tried to get in touch with the directors of each program but they are taking a very long time to respond to my e-mails (which I hope is not the case here
I would also love to here from USM students who did not complete here pre-reqs at USM but got accepted anyway (I read that they give preference to studens that complete pre-reqs at there institution.) Also I have read that one of their pre-reqs require you to be a CNA (I e-mailed them to find out if this was mandatory or just a preference but like I mentioned before I haven't gotten any response yet
I really hope this is a prefence rather than a pre-req I mean who can find the time or the money to complete a CNA program while taking pre-reqs sheesh! (Sorry didn't mean to go on a mini-vent
) Can't they take volunteer experience instead
USM is most deff. my first choice @ on time my only but with all its crazy prefs. and pre-reqs why should I even bother applying? What do you all think?
However, I am looking forward to responses from people who attend, or have attedned, or will be attending (you get the point) all three schools please feel free to give me A LOT of insight (Good or Bad) on either.
Geesh this must be longest first post in history. Sorry about that.
SOMEONE PLESE HEEELLPP!!!!