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Nursing School in Seattle

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by MaddieGilchrist MaddieGilchrist (New Member) New Member

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So excited!!! I am moving to Seattle, WA with my fiancé! I am currently posses a 3.3 cumulative GPA, and I am registering to finish my last two prerequisites, Statistics and Chemistry here in Alabama. I am planning to be in Seattle by Jan. 1 of 2018. I am a CNA and currently working on transferring my CNA license to Washington State, I have two years experience as a CNA, no recorded volunteer hours (but that can be compensated for from my manager or family) and my GPA should bump to at least a 3.8 if all goes well. Can anyone tell me how the following nursing programs feel about transfer students and which one will be more willing to accept me/which one I most well qualify for?

~Tacoma CC

~Bellevue CC

~All Seattle Districts (North, Central, South)

~Shoreline

~Highline

~Any others I could qualify to enter?

PS. I have been accepted to all colleges, but have not applied to the nursing programs

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quazar has 20 years experience.

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Oops, I think you may have accidentally clicked the wrong state. Perhaps if you message one of the mods, they can move this for you. :) Best of luck!

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Just as an FYI, Seattle is a relatively saturated, competitive job market for new grad RNs (due to the huge number of nursing programs), so you may have a harder time finding an acute care job without a BSN. I don't know anything about specific programs; you'd probably do best contacting them specifically about their requirements for transfer students. Best of luck!

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