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    San Antonio, TX which job to choose.

    Could you send me a PM about what you know about Christus as well?
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    The Mayo Clinic Netflix Documentary

    Can you send me a more detailed message about this? I'm looking at the residency program, and I'd like to know about your experience.
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    2019-2020 HRSA Nursing Corps Scholarship

    What scholarship is that?
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    UNMH Nurse Residency program?

    Did you end up working there? Can you answer your original questions for me? 😊
  5. Which did you end up choosing? I found this thread because I'm looking at places to live and work in the future. I have 1 year left in my program.
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    2019-2020 HRSA Nursing Corps Scholarship

    I'm not sure. Whatever the handbook says. I put it on all my documents last year.
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    2019-2020 HRSA Nursing Corps Scholarship

    @ciaraf, they want you to upload the documents with a header. That was my understanding. It should have your ID, your program type, and name I think
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    2019-2020 HRSA Nursing Corps Scholarship

    @Smcshane and @Izzystout, I found this from the application guidelines: "The Nurse Corps SP award and contract is for the 2019-2020 academic year (July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020). " And this from studentaidhelp.gov.edu " If you will be attending school from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020, you should fill out the 2019-20 FAFSA." https://studentaidhelp.ed.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/386/~/should-i-fill-out-the-2018-19-fafsa-or-the-2019-20-fafsa%3F I hope you both still qualify. Update your application if you need to. I still don't qualify. 😔
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    2019-2020 HRSA Nursing Corps Scholarship

    @smcshane now I'm confused. Maybe I do still qualify 🧐
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    2019-2020 HRSA Nursing Corps Scholarship

    @Smcshane, the rules for the 2019-20 year per FAFSA are that you must use your 2017 information. You can get into some kind of trouble or run into issues if you use the wrong year. I called the Nurse Corps helpline, and they verified that 2017 info is what is used to determine eligibility. https://blog.ed.gov/2018/09/7-things-you-need-2019-20-fafsa/
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    2019-2020 HRSA Nursing Corps Scholarship

    @jleegato, thank you for that info. The whole situation seems unfair. I've kinda lost faith in the scholarship. I'll just have to look into loan repayment programs, then.
  12. I can't seem to find a thread on the latest round of Nurse Corps Applications, So I'll start. My initial point is more of me venting, but guess I'll ask - Should I even continue with my application? The new cycle and FAFSA wants us to use 2017 tax info, but in 2017, I was preparing for school and was employed full-time. Now that I'm collecting pennies and in dire need of assistance, it looks like my EFC is almost 8000. I can rarely work in reality. I'm really disheartened and confused as to why the FAFSA is set up like that. Is anyone else experiencing this?
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    San Antonio Galen College of Nursing

    Hey there, My application was complete when I took my exam on February 20. I got the acceptance call on March 16.
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    Nurse Corps Scholarship 2017-2018

    I'm so depressed. I missed the deadline because I miscalculated the time. Hopefully this just means that my efc will be lower, and I can have a whole year to perfect the essays for the next round :'(
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    San Antonio Galen College of Nursing

    Actually, you're supposed to score a 101, so that's even better for you. Good luck when you start in September!
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    San Antonio Galen College of Nursing

    I got 144 and was 97th percentile. I think you're competitive - don't worry. I believe you are supposed to score at least 120 for the BSN, so you're all clear. Plus, if you have a B.A. the entrance exam should have been a walk in the park. I think you're also competitive because you've already demonstrated that you can handle coursework and higher education.

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