Yeah, I’m kind of nervous now because I arranged my March work schedule around having potential grad school interviews and I work the night before and night of the interview day! I’d be coming in from out of state too.
Without disclosing interview details I suspect that there may be 20 interviewees for my group. I've read just about every thread on here about UCSF and one said that 6 RN applicants were accepted.
Good luck on your interview!
If you are working Nocs at OHSU then parking is free! It's a public hospital and we get transfers from all over the state plus surrounding states.
Are you talking about Kaiser Sunnyside? The people I know there say that it's fairly boring because lower-risk populations but maybe better benefits.
I applied to the MSN CNM program as I'm a BSN with two years of work experience in Labor and Delivery. I emailed the admissions office and they are still contacting people for the February interviews.
I thought my application was strong but it turned out that classes from 15 years ago that didn't even go towards my BSN have destroyed my GPA so I'm not feeling super hopeful.