By the way, for those inquiring-
the enrollment/application process was so frustrating. My tips: after the very long process of the back and forth calls/ emails/ visits gathering what you need just to apply, and once you've submitted everything they require (transcripts from pre-reqs and vn certificate or degree, highschool diploma, physical, immunizations, payment of background check and drug screen, paragraph on why they should choose you, 2 letters of recommendation, proof of employment, lvn license number, bls through american heart association, and whatever else, check your status at least once a week and get confirmation that your application has been sent up to the RN Department where they review your application.
I say this with much emphasis because I ran into an issue where my enrollment rep sent me a code under the VN program... I asked my rep if that was the right code and form and she assured me it was. Come to find out, AFTER they have selected the students who have been accepted (I was patiently waiting for a call and would email every other day on the status) I was notified that I was missing something and had to show emails and proof that on my end it was not my wrong doing, but it was theirs. At the end of the day, she advocated for me and made sure I was re-reviewed and I got to join the group I applied for. Moral of the story, always get updates and confirm everything. If information is exchanged in person or over the phone, ask for written confirmation via email. Always always always keep a copy of anything exchanged or required by them. Best of luck to you all!
After the application and enrollment process, you'll feel soooo relieved once you get that acceptance call and email.