I have classmates who were in nursing programs for one reason or another before. I don't know if they did anything different to get in but I know they got exempt from one or two classes. As far as financial aid, the only thing available for second degree students are loans or scholarship if you're lucky.
OH! I guess we will be starting at the same time just on different campuses. I will be attending the Newark campus. I hope it is do-able, so many students seem overwhelmed by the amount of studying, I'm thinking if I psych myself up for a lot of work it will make it a little easier. Did you get your id number yet? I sent my deposit last week but haven't heard from them since.
Would you be able to keep us informed on how your first semester goes? I was recently accepted for the summer program and I am waiting for my id number, etc. I would love to know what to expect from a second degree student.
Hope your first day went well.
OK, so, I guess I needed to check my mail box because my acceptance letter was sitting in it that same day.
Now, I have to figure out if I can even attend...long story. I'm also waiting for another school to reply and then I will know for sure.
I haven't heard anything so I'm guessing it's a no, although I have a bunch of classmates still waiting as well, some of which have really high gpa's so, I dunno.
All the best to you.
Yeah, I guess it will say in progress. I know about the course requirements that's why I am also taking the Human Growth and Development in the Fall as well. That's the course that I have to actually be enrolled in to apply for January's evening program.
Do you know where I can get the application to the nursing program? Do I have to go into the office? I didn't see one on the website.
:yeah:WOW, congrats on the 98 percentile with the NET. I took it early as I heard they were doing away with it too. I also signed up for Micro in the Fall in one of the evening classes. I have also been impatiently waiting to apply in September since they said I can't officially apply with Micro until actual enrollment.