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NYU as a transfer student?

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does anyone here attend NYU or know anything about their nursing program?? i Curently reside in Fl and attend a community college. I have been accepted into my community college's RN program and plan to transer into the university of central fl to complete my BSN. but going this route is going to take me another 4 years or so of school...RN program is about 2 yrs, and RN-BSN at UCF is another 2 years .Is anyone familar with how NYU BSN program work? i have already taken all my gen ed classes, i have a 3.5 GPA. Does anybody think i have a shot into the BSN program as a transfer student? any info would REALLLY help lol

does anyone here attend NYU or know anything about their nursing program?? i Curently reside in Fl and attend a community college. I have been accepted into my community college's RN program and plan to transer into the university of central fl to complete my BSN. but going this route is going to take me another 4 years or so of school...RN program is about 2 yrs, and RN-BSN at UCF is another 2 years .Is anyone familar with how NYU BSN program work? i have already taken all my gen ed classes, i have a 3.5 GPA. Does anybody think i have a shot into the BSN program as a transfer student? any info would REALLLY help lol

Hi!

I'm a current student t NYU, but I'm in a different department and I just applied to the nursing program for spring 2011. The program seems to be really good and the only major problem is the price tag. But if this is your first degree then I'm guessing you can get good financial aid.

I've applied before the October 1st deadline and I'm waiting to hear a response by mid November.

Your GPA is very good so you'll have pretty good chances of getting in. It is just a matter of space, since they also have an accelerated program for people who already have a bachelors in another field.

I spoke to a couple of students I met at the library or in the halls of NYU (they are very easy to spot when they are wearing their purple scrubs!!) and they all like it. Some complaints are that some classes are too big, with 100-150 students per lecture and the course load can be pretty heavy.

When are you going to apply?

Best,

Kika

Kika,

what can ya tell me about the RN to BSN program.....is an ADN considered a associates in nursing or do I need the full Assoc in arts degree...

do you know the acceptance rate or is that something I dont have to worry about b/c I am already an RN.....I would appreciate som feedback if ya can

HI there Kiki,

I have some questions maybe you can help me since you are at NYU. I am an RN/ADN. Is there an competitive acceptance rate for the RN to BSN program.

Is an ADN considered an Associates vs or is a Full Assoc in Arts degree needed to graduate with a BSN b/c will then finish out my AA degree before applying to NYU

and also I see you applied for the 2011 start time when did you apply for that seems like ya did it really early for better chance to be accepted? I am looking for a start time of Jan 2012...what are your thoughts :confused: lots of question ....would appreciate your help

Thanks

HI there Kiki,

I have some questions maybe you can help me since you are at NYU. I am an RN/ADN. Is there an competitive acceptance rate for the RN to BSN program.

Is an ADN considered an Associates vs or is a Full Assoc in Arts degree needed to graduate with a BSN b/c will then finish out my AA degree before applying to NYU

and also I see you applied for the 2011 start time when did you apply for that seems like ya did it really early for better chance to be accepted? I am looking for a start time of Jan 2012...what are your thoughts :confused: lots of question ....would appreciate your help

Thanks

Hi amaRN,

I found out the first week in November that I got accepted into the NYU program...yayyyy!!

Unfortunately I don't really know much about the RN-BSN route and my suggestion is to definitely call

the college directly or attend one of their open houses, which are very helpful and informative.

Best of luck,

Kika