Published May 19, 2004
I know there's been a thread on this subject before, but it's been a while and now that acceptances (and rejections ) have been rolling in, I bet there are some more to add to our ranks.
Just curious, since I have such a hard time keeping everyone on the board straight - who among us will be starting nursing school this summer and/or fall?
I'm starting this July, as an LPN student.
still waiting to find out if I get an interview. i should get "the call" next week. If all goes well, I will be starting August 30!
I am starting in August in Sweden in what I think is the equivalent of the LPN program. I am so excited!!
manna, BSN, RN
Keep us posted, Angela!
I guess I should answer my own question! :chuckle
Starting the junior year of a BSN program - July 7th.
Me again Manna, you know - we just had the "cold feet" conversation!
Anyway, I am beginning in August. So much to do! I thought I was going to opt into the January accelerated program, but that won't work out for my schedule after all so I am beginning this Aug. I am working on a hospital scholarship that I now have to turn in ASAP because of my change of plans! Need that $$ for books etc.
Anyone else in Colorado?? SG
HisTreasure, BSN, RN
I will be starting end of June as an LPN student.
I will be starting a BSN program as a second semester sophomore at the end of august... I am getting so nervous.
I'm starting a second degree BSN program on August 30th. Can't wait!
Hi Everyone and Good Luck
Yes, me me I can't believe it I will be starting May 26 as a LPN Student. I have so many mixed emotions, But excited tops them all!
klone, MSN, RN
Starting in August in the ADN/RN program.
Keep your fingers crossed...still waiting for the interview...and NET:uhoh21: . I have had a meeting with the financial aid director now I need to take the NET and have the interview. If all goes my way, 8/20 I'm off for my RN.
GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!!!!
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