Wow! You can do it all lol. I think already having experience in certain departments and with certain types of work will really help. It'll probably help in deciding what kind of nursing you want to get into also. I guess most people probably just have to get a job in a department they're interested in to see if that's where they want to be, so that's a nice advantage for you. & I've had Schaeffer for A&P1 & A&P2, he's great, I have no complaints lol :) Although, I honestly haven't really heard bad things about any A&P instructor... I have friends who have taken pretty much everybody. I always hear things about Rappazzo, but I took her for Biochem and I didn't mind her. Who did you take for Micro? I'm taking it over summer and it's with Ketchum. I don't know anybody personally who has taken him, but his review on ratemyprofessor.com isn't great... There's only 3 reviews but they pretty much all said he was HARD, a tough grader, and that he assigns of a lot of work. I'm kind of nervous about it lol. Do you know anything about the nursing program? I know we have class Monday and Wednesday, and clinicals are on Thursdays & Fridays, but do you know how those are going to work? Like do we have to attend clinical on both days, or does it go by the amount of hours you put in? Sorry so many questions lol. I just don't know much. HCC has offered a bunch of drop in sessions and stuff but I never attended any of them except for an ATB one when I thought I was going to do that. I just feel so in the dark. I know it will all be explained but it never hurts to ask if somebody else already knows.