Published Aug 16, 2008
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I have been a student at NAU in Colorado. I love it. I have six kids and the classes are flexable and the instructors are working professionals, I have a 3.88 GPA so far, and I didn't have any wait list drama. I agree it is more expensive but financial aid is available. I guess time is money I would rather be done in two years than still waiting. I'll pay the difference. NAU is nationally accredited too. I think those who didn't do well are the ones complaining. All that matters is passing the NCLEX. I know I will be well prepared!
The first semester there are 2 nursing core classes, And then the next 5 semesters there are 1 nursing core class each semester. As far as scheduling, mine was 8-5 or sometimes 4 for class day and then there was a clinical day. Clinical days and time vary because with so many new schools in KC they have to negotiate with the hospitals and their availability. No 2 semesters did I have the same schedule but it worked for me. Alot of my classmates had families. I worked and went to school so it all depends on you personally and what you put into it. I hope that makes sense. If you have any other questions you can email or PM me.
Thanks so much Chelley, I thought I scared you away with all my questions, but again thanks so much
No problem. Good luck with everything. If you do think of anything else feel free to email or PM me.
Hi momofsixwannabern, am also beginning the nursing program in december in colorado , denver branch, one thing am finding expensive is their books. Do you already have someone taking your text books or can we work out an arrangement? Thanks
I'm so glad they have a campus in Zona Rosa, because I live in Gladstone (North Kansas City) so I'm closer to Zona Rosa. The reason why I ask so many questions about NAU is because earlier this year I started Brown Mackie's ADN Program and they screwed me every which way they could so I'm just going to be smart about it this time, and end up in more unwanted debt that got me nowhere.
Hi are you starting the nursing classes or are you taking micro and a&P the core classes? I am taking A&P this september 3rd.
I thought you are in the second quater, thats why i asked you. Am done with A&p and micro am now dooing Sociology and Patho at a community college so that when i start in Dec, i have a less load, if it can ever be less!!! Gabi if you happen to read this, please email me @ [email protected], about the books, i read your post but now i cant find it, and it .
Hey there, Kenaldo and MomOf6WannaBeRN....I'm enrolled at the NAU Denver campus too! Are either of you interested in getting a study group together (assuming we're taking the same course)? I'm taking A&P I, Mon & Wed. Let me know!
Hi there, am so lucky this time i managed to get the "reply" button. Am done with all the classes, right now am doing intermediate algebra. Thats the only class i din't have. Am also doing patho and sociology, so that when i start in Dec, the load is alittlebit lighter, if it can ever be light. Wish you luck. So are you starting dec or June. For sure am not yet sure if am beggining DEc, because i have not yet got the acceptance letter but i have everything completed, drug test, background check, immunizations. My GPA is not bad but my Teas test was not the best, so i will keep you guys posted.
Well, I won't be eligible until probably next June, as I am taking A&P I this qtr, A&P II + Algebra 2nd qtr, Micro and Nutrition 3rd qtr (they took Eng Comp as a transfer, so I'm taking Nutrition to get enough points). I've already had all my immunizations, and will take TEAS, drug test and background in March-ish, to try and qualify for clinicals in June. I'm hoping to get in on the first try.
Not sure where you are from, but NAU just started a BSN program in Bloomington, MN. It is mostly on campus, a few online courses. They will start accepting apps in January, there are only 24 spots so hurry. Application deadline for nursing core is june.
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