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OLHCC 2014

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by BeachsideRN BeachsideRN, ASN (Member) Nurse

BeachsideRN has 2 years experience as a ASN and works as a NICU Nurse.

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Anyone else apply? I am getting really antsy waiting for notification letters (not until MAY!)

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Meeky2006 works as a cashier.

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Hi

Im going to OLHCC for the Fall semester and was going to apply to the Nursing program in december. Did u get in? What was your gpa and what pre-reqs did you finished when you applied?

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BeachsideRN has 2 years experience as a ASN and works as a NICU Nurse.

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If you haven't taken any classes at OLHCC you will not get accepted. I have a 3.7, 92.7% TEAS and a masters degree. I did not get in bc I had not taken my pre reqs there.

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BeachsideRN has 2 years experience as a ASN and works as a NICU Nurse.

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Ok so that may be false information. Although I did get a letter saying I was not accepted bc I did not take prereqs there, I just received a full packet of paperwork for the LSBN and the cover letter is congratulating me, again, on my acceptance. Thoroughly confused. But I think I may have gotten in

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Hello, did you attend olhcc's nursing program? I'm looking at them and Charity

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BeachsideRN has 2 years experience as a ASN and works as a NICU Nurse.

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I did not. I ended up accepting a seat at Charity. Best decision ever!

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Great so glad to hear you say that. I'm pushing towards Charity also because of wonderful reputation & low cost

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BeachsideRN has 2 years experience as a ASN and works as a NICU Nurse.

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Great so glad to hear you say that. I'm pushing towards Charity also because of wonderful reputation & low cost

Seriously. Best decision ever. :) I chose it over olhcc and lsuhsc

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BeachsideRN has 2 years experience as a ASN and works as a NICU Nurse.

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It's actually less expensive to go to charity and then do the RN-BSN bridge at olhcc, Lsuhsc, slu or ull than to do any of the traditional programs

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