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SPC students applying for fall 2017??

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Search NUR21C can see what is open and swap it

Yeah I wouldn't have done that. That could be the nights that is specifically for Baycare and does classes at the baycare systems office. It would explain why no one saw St Anthony's as an option.

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DON'T DO IT!! You are going to totally screw yourself up. If I were you, I would contact someone at HEC quick and change it back to what you had before. The nursing program is NOT like regular college classes to where you can just switch if you want. You were assigned the times and sites for a reason.

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RickTodd11C has 2 years experience as a RN and specializes in TICU, Acute Inpatient Rehab.

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Don't let these hooligans freak you out.

Just go talk to an advisor.

Only the nose knows.

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Don't let these hooligans freak you out.

Just go talk to an advisor.

Only the nose knows.

Advisers at the HEC are key. They will know exactly what is open and how to switch you over if you like. They are super helpful and you can make an appt right on the website!

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I will talk to a HEC advisor today about it.

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Don't let these hooligans freak you out.

Just go talk to an advisor.

Only the nose knows.

Hooligans? LOL

All I am saying is she does not want to mess things up for herself since she barely got into the program. I would have asked first and then switched. Why bring unnecessary drama to yourself after stressing so hard about getting in or not getting in? It's a real fine line with this program.

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They told me there was no way to switch because there was exactly 12 at each clinical site.

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They told me there was no way to switch because there was exactly 12 at each clinical site.

Exactly. Besides, I'm sure people with higher GPA's would get first choice at switching if there ever was an opening. They were almost assured of getting their requested times and sites.

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Don't let these hooligans freak you out.

Just go talk to an advisor.

Only the nose knows.

Wow. A cocky person who calls people names? People in nursing school will LOVE you. Especially since you have clearly

displayed your name and the clinical times you have. 😂 Drink some humble tea, friend.

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RickTodd11C has 2 years experience as a RN and specializes in TICU, Acute Inpatient Rehab.

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I'm sure everybody already knows who I am.

I don't care, I was teasing.

Who gets offended by being called a hooligan.

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Everything's good :) ended up switching back to Northside days, but really I'm fine with that. I was told I can forsure switch to nights next semester / the summer semester because of people dropping out and space will be available. (Really would like to graduate dec. 2018) I thought everyone was able to switch with those few seats still open on myspc - strange I was able to swap it, not sure why the system had allowed me to. My advisor didn't really know about the separate baycare only classes, but decided to switch back to avoid the possible issue. This thread made me anxious lol. I feel we all just need to relax, do some yoga, have a few drinks. Looks like they will be finding other alternates to fill those few open seats.

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RickTodd11C has 2 years experience as a RN and specializes in TICU, Acute Inpatient Rehab.

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Glad to hear everything is fine, (as I suspected).

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