Herzing University

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Anyone attending Herzing University this fall?

Taz300

Taz300

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Which one are you attending and have you gotten accepted into the program?

NeoNurse2Be

NeoNurse2Be

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Which one are you attending and have you gotten accepted into the program?

I am attending the one in Orlando (Winter Park) and yes I was already accepted. I will be starting Fundamentals the beginning of September.

Taz300

Taz300

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I'm currently trying the one located in Atlanta.

I haven't been accepted yet because I'm in the early process of getting all of my information gather. Is y'all deadline on July 15?

NeoNurse2Be

NeoNurse2Be

215 Posts

I'm currently trying the one located in Atlanta.

I haven't been accepted yet because I'm in the early process of getting all of my information gather. Is y'all deadline on July 15?

I'm not exactly sure when the deadline is, to be honest. I went to the school for a tour and brought my unofficial transcripts with me. The dean looked at my transcripts and told me to apply so they took me to one of their computers to apply. The dean accepted me right away. After that, all I had to do was get some of my official transcripts sent over and attend orientation. They accepted my credits, but I've never taken Statistics or Environmental Science (they weren't required at the school I attended in GA) so I'm taking those next month and moving right into my core classes. Are you taking the ASN or BSN?

Taz300

Taz300

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Wow! I applied to the BSN program that's a little less than 3 years. We're required to take the entrance exam. I definitely had to hurry up and take and pass it before part 6 was mandatory, lol.

NeoNurse2Be

NeoNurse2Be

215 Posts

Wow! I applied to the BSN program that's a little less than 3 years. We're required to take the entrance exam. I definitely had to hurry up and take and pass it before part 6 was mandatory, lol.

I forgot to mention I'd already taken the TEAS test when I was living in Georgia so I just gave them those scores as well. I was surprised that they were willing to take my unofficials though. I'm sure you'll get in.

NeoNurse2Be

NeoNurse2Be

215 Posts

I applied for the BSN as well, I graduate August of 2018

Taz300

Taz300

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That's great, same here if I make it in this fall. How many classes do you have to take in order to be in clinicals? (Lol, they accept straighterline credit, so I'm trying to do as many as possible to cut tuition and time ).

NeoNurse2Be

NeoNurse2Be

215 Posts

That's great, same here if I make it in this fall. How many classes do you have to take in order to be in clinicals? (Lol, they accept straighterline credit, so I'm trying to do as many as possible to cut tuition and time ).

At orientation, they told us we will have 2 classes and 1 clinical or lab per week. It can also be on any day from Monday-Saturday.

Taz300

Taz300

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That's great, I may have misinterpreted what she said our days would be but it wasn't good. I think it was along the line of 3-10 pm, plus the days is kinda random.

NeoNurse2Be

NeoNurse2Be

215 Posts

That's great, I may have misinterpreted what she said our days would be but it wasn't good. I think it was along the line of 3-10 pm, plus the days is kinda random.

They give us our schedules 2 months in advance so clinical times can vary. However, they do allow us to switch our clinical time with another student if the time doesn't work for us and someone is willing. Some people have their schedules that go out as far as the end of next year, but of course next year's schedule is subject to change so I make it a habit or re-checking my schedule 1-2 months before a new term. I picked the night classes so they said the latest we'll be in class is 10pm, but that works for me.