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Graceland University FNP

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by jbo24 jbo24 Member

If you go to Graceland for NP how are you liking it? I have applied for the Sping 2015 program and hopefully will get in. I just want a school that I will learn a lot from and not just get by with the minimum. Also how long is the program there? I tried to look online but can't find anything? Is it 1 class a sememster or can you double up? Thanks!!!

P&Jsmama

Specializes in Wound Care, Emergency. Has 8 years experience.

I applied for the Spring 2015 FNP, too. I will be anxiously awaiting the decision letters. I read on other threads that it's a good program that requires a lot of work. It's also ranked by US News, so I suppose that helps lend credibility to those statements.

dottimur

Specializes in Hospice, Nursing Education, Primary Care. Has 8 years experience.

I started Graceland in Summer of 2013. I am now in my Pediatric clinicals. I have adult and family left. Did you all get in? GU is a very good program. You take 1 or 2 classes a semester. It is very hard (as most NP schools are) but you get to go to campus in KC twice and you get hands on experience when you are in advanced assessment.

I will be starting with the Spring 2015 cohort. Did you guys decide to attend there or look elsewhere??

dottimur

Specializes in Hospice, Nursing Education, Primary Care. Has 8 years experience.

How is it going?