mshessle 3,428 Views
Joined: Oct 22, '11;
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3 year(s) of experience
NICU, Public Health
That is typical pay in the South. I started out at $18 as a new grad a few years ago.
See you at orientation!
Yay! So exciting! What campus will you be at?
I got my acceptance letter yesterday!
Good luck while you're waiting. I'm sure you'll have good news soon.
When did you interview? I interviewed about 4-5 weeks ago, so it did take a while for my status to change.
Yay! I really hope that's right. I picked the Athens campus since I'm living in Lawrenceville right now.
Under required documents not received, my status check now says a background consent form is now needed. I hope that means I got in. Fingers crossed.
I checked my status again Friday and it finally changed to Decision Made: Notification Sent By Mail. Hopefully I'll receive the letter Monday or Tuesday. I have no idea why he received his so quickly. Did you apply for FNP or PNP?
I had to pay my deposit by February 15th for FNP, but I'm doing only the MSN portion as I'm already an RN.
Have you heard anything yet? I'm getting anxious.
The interview was very laid back. It took about 15 minutes total. I haven't heard anything back since my interview for the DNP-PNP, but I know someone who was accepted last week for DNP-FNP. I really hope I hear something soon. I turned down Vanderbilt in hopes of getting accepted at GRU. I hope I don't regret that.
I've applied to the GRU PNP/DNP program and have an interview scheduled for next week. For those of you who enrolled at GRU, how is your first year going and what do you think about the program? I haven't been able to find too much information about the program online.
I got in for FNP, but I have an interview with another school for their NP/DNP program next week. I'd love to go to Vanderbilt, but I'm hesitant to go to such an expensive school just for the name. If I get into the other school, someone on the FNP waitlist is going to be very happy.
If you noticed, team player was in quotations. Don't get me wrong, I am definitely a team player when it comes to my coworkers and helping others out, but this isn't about helping others, it's about completely doing another person's job. They have completely changed the definition of team player in order to exploit nurses.
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