I remember the frustration last year my Daughter applied and we didnt find out till almost june! She scored a 152 and 99% overall on her nln. She was interviewed the end of april. She was put in the 3 year because she was straight out of HS. I been reading the whole thread and I will let you know that i have been a nurse for 28 years, and i thought maybe i could lend some insight why young nurses are having some problems finding jobs....yes you will eventually have to go back for your BSN the sooner the better, but i think economics are what is playing a role in whether new grads are being hired. Hospitals want to avoid paying benefits it is an incredible amount of money per nurse.So they using agency and travelers and that is the bottom line. Phillips Beth Israel is an excellent school of nursing.It prepares their graduates to be able to comfortably enter the workforce.Their teachers are caring and my daughter is having a wonderful experience there.I went to a school very similar and i think here is something to say about a small specialized school and the attention you receive. Last year they extended the FA deadline and for the person who was asking, the scholarship and financial aid info comes with your acceptance package. Be Patient I know its so hard to wait but in their defense there are an enormous amount of people applying and just a few of them working through all your info. Good luck to all I hope this helped!