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Sacramento City College Fall 2017

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Any get accepted to the Sacramento City College Fall 2017 class?

I just got my acceptance letter today! I had tears of joy. It's been a long road! Wish you luck! Let me know how it goes :)

Congrats! How many times did you apply?

I applied to the LVN-RN program and had only applied once last year, but didn't get in. I couldn't apply to ARC last year because they required the nutrition class which I had not finished by the application period. For whatever reason, the transition program is only open once a year so i had to wait a whole year before applying again and I got in! Haven't heard back from ARC yet as their deadline was 4/12th I think. How many times have you applied?

Do you remember what number you were on the list when you dropped off your application? I was 92 wondering if it takes a while to go through the list and they are still contacting people? Also did your status ever change for SCC Lin program? Mine still says received.

I got accepted..second time applying..Good luck in the program guys/gals!!

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I was 55 and the status of received has not changed..

Todd94, ADN

Has 1 years experience.

I got into the LVN program for Spring 2018, but rejected for the RN program. Also, your status will remain as "Application Received." It will stay that way even if you get in or get rejected.

Nvmd, I saw the other thread where you got your acceptance to Sierra. Congrats! I hope I am that lucky (eligible to apply for RN this fall).

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Todd94, ADN

Has 1 years experience.

Nvmd, I saw the other thread where you got your acceptance to Sierra. Congrats! I hope I am that lucky (eligible to apply for RN this fall).

Yeah, I turned down my acceptance for the LVN program starting spring 2018. So exited I got into Sierra. And yes, apply to RN programs for Fall cause you may get in to a program starting Spring 18, and you might not even need to do the LVN program

I was too numb to note if I was accepted for this fall or next spring (will know when I get my packet). After calculating the time frame, going the LVN to RN route will take me an additional year- as long as I get in the first round of the bridge program. Not too bad weighted against the rest of my career. Of course, I would love to go straight RN.

Todd94, ADN

Has 1 years experience.

I was too numb to note if I was accepted for this fall or next spring (will know when I get my packet). After calculating the time frame, going the LVN to RN route will take me an additional year- as long as I get in the first round of the bridge program. Not too bad weighted against the rest of my career. Of course, I would love to go straight RN.
i thought the same thing. However, it may take just as long to get into an RN program (Without LVN or whatever). You could always still apply to RN programs while in the LVN program. That's what I was planning to do if I didn't get into an RN program. You also need to count in the 6 months of work experience before you can apply.

Absolutely. I wonder how often people start LVN then switch as soon as they get accepted to RN? I would hope it would not be held against a student if they chose to do it this way.

No, it never changed from "received". I think I was #3.

I just finished the CNA program at Red Cross and while I was in clinicals one of the LVN's recommended I apply for LVN program in February since I'll have all of those prerequisites done this Fall '17 (all except one of the highly recommended classes, Medical dosage and calculations). While I wait to know if I get accepted I can still keep going with the RN prerequisites during Spring and Summer '18 and apply to the RN program in September '18.

How many times did you apply to the LVN and RN program and which prerequisites did you have completed when you applied? I'm trying to get an idea of how many times I'll end up having to apply. I'm incredibly anxious to have everything done so I can apply! Any tips or advice is welcome.