@Lwang13: you've done your research. good for you. Indeed those are the classes offered for your first quarter. I recommend you enjoy your summer, because once fall rolls around, you're gonna wish it was summer again. Im not sure if they are changing the books, so i would recommend waiting until they put out the textbook list. When the list comes out, then purchase them. You will have a good month or so to start reviewing. As for what you can do over the summer, I recommend getting your titers and immunizations squared away. Get your MMR, Varicella, Hepatitis B titers done, and if you are not immune (like I was), get the vaccines as soon as possible to save headache when you start the program. The Hep B series takes 6 months to complete, so it adds to the already heavy workload you have. I just finished my 3rd shot and have to have my titers done again. It's a real pain in the butt to do, so get as much out of the way as possible. If you are not BLS certified yet, I recommend finding a class and taking it, to get it out of the way, or you could wait and take it at school. It's cheaper to take it at school, I believe. You will most likely not get the nursing packet until August. The nursing schedule is set, but the other university classes are not. If you are a transfer, good luck getting the classes you want.
Relax. I know you're stressing, but you shouldn't be. Yes, the first quarter is the toughest I would say, but the next quarters are similar, you just adapt and get used to it so it doesn't feel as overwhelming as the first quarter. You've made it this far, you'll make it through nursing school. If I can, you will!