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You're welcome! My name is Deborah and I totally understand what you mean when you said you need to get your schedule b/c you have a full-time job. I'm right there with you on that one and with 2 young kids it's more of a schedule and time conflict but it's necessary. Well, I'll be meeting you soon.
I got my letter today and the classes don't start until the 24th but the "boot camp" is the 17th. Everything we will do will be on Tuesdays. The letter gives you everything that you have to do in order to register for classes.
I called the Lee campus on Monday to see if I could pick up whatever it was that we are geting and I was told that there is a new Day Coordinator this year and that the letters are waiting for a date from her for "boot camp" and that they should get sent out this week. I was also told that the letter is basically an acceptance letter that we sign and send back for the program and that they hold the spot in the classes so that it's not a problem if we get closer to the start of the semester and haven't gotten anything.
They may have just not been able to get in touch with everyone one the list on Friday. Congrats rprado! I know when they called me it came up an unknown phone number and I almost didn't answer. Thank God I did.
jlchambers13 i was accepted into the lee campus and the 2 classes we have to take for the summer semester will be on tuesdays from 930am to 230pm i think. i don't really remember if the times are acurate. i got the call on friday and she said i would get a letter in the mail with more instructions so you will as well. congrats!
Congrats to you patricia0809 for getting into Charlotte campus! Don't give up hope rprado.
So i just got the call that I am accepted into the summer nursing program at the Lee campus. Good Luck to everyone!!!!
Got the call this morning! Lee campus! Can't wait!
Ok now that is just even more frustrating, lol. Oh well, fingers are still crossed!
Thanks. That answers alot. i'm applying to Lee so it helps to know that I will be all over Lee county. Not that I want to drive all over the place but it is worth it.
You will start your clinicals about a month into your second semester. You have about 3-4 weeks of clinical days at lab at school before you start at the hospital and they will teach you the basics to get you through your first weeks at clinical such as changing an occupied bed, taking vital signs, how to check blood glucose, and doing bed baths. As the weeks progress you will learn how to give meds (oral and injectable) and other skills that you can do if the opportunity presents itself during clinical.
Thanks for posting. It's good to know the kind of schedule that I may have so that I will still be able to work.
Hopefully, they do it like last year. People were getting calls a week and a half after the deadline.
Well, then we all have until the 14th. Another long wait.
That's for the Lee campus though so that's probably why they wouldn't tell you anything. I've gotten to know her so she gave me a little info.
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