Published May 12, 2003
today I learned about a dual admissions agreement with Drexel University (Philadelphia PA)!!!!! I will have a seamless transition into Drexel's nursing program. Under the agreement i will receive a drexel i.d., drexel academic advisor, and access to dreaxel's student life buildings like library, cafe;s gym etc. i am so happy and i can't wait until I'm done my studies at CCP (philadelphia). however i cant sign the agreement until my summer class is over because i don't have enough credits. they want 27 i only have 23 so after my 4 credit phlebotomy course i will be ready. they also require a 2.7 gpa, which is not even an issue. Thanks for letting me share my good news. i was so scared of studying for 2 years and not being accepted into a good nursing school, or having to be placed on a waiting list. :) :)
how exciting to "hear" the joy in your post; it is heart warming! much success to you.
I agree with Love-A-Nurse...we can definitely hear the joy in your post!
maire, ASN, RN
That's wonderful, thanks for sharing! :)
That sounds like a neat program. Good for you!
That''s wonderful and I agree with all the other posters. Good for you!! Heartfelt congratulations!
Congrats! That sounds like the transistion will be a lot easier for you, thanks for sharing!
i had some minor issues submitting my application to drexel. well it's taken care of now and i called to make sure the application was complete the representative said yes, bu the said that it was in review for a decision? if its dual admissions why do they need to make a decission? am i overreacting or would you be conserned to? anyone familar with dual admission programs? Do i have anything to worry about? Please Help:o
I also will probably go to Drexel. They have an agreement with Northampton CC in Bethlehem (I'll find out next week if I'm accepted). I will be able to take my Drexel classes at NCC in Bethlehem.
Now if I can just get in to the ADN program
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