Union University Spring 2017 ABSN (Hendersonville) - page 2

Hello everyone :) I haven't seen a previous post about the Spring 2017 ASBN program at Union University so I figured I'd get a jump on it! Please share comments, questions, advice etc. I have... Read More

  1. by   angelieu
    I am very excited to start Union. My sister in law graduated from Pharmacy school there and now works at UC Davis in Sacramento, which is a very good teaching hospital. They are one of the only pharmacy programs that have their students take Gross Anatomy and she got an above par education. It is my assumption that their nursing program will be held to the same rigerous academic standards.
  2. by   emorton6
    I just received my acceptance today. I live in NC so I need to move quick. Classes begin feb 3 correct? I have not received anymore information yet.
  3. by   emorton6
    I am currently a scribe! @rockhopper
  4. by   Kiml43
    I've just started looking into Union University for their accelerated BSN.does anybody know any details about cost and do they are offer enough financial aid for all your courses? Any info would be appreciated thanks!
  5. by   elkallsv
    Hi everyone! I was just accepted to the Hendersonville campus for Fall 2017. How is it going so far? I was a Vanderbilt undergraduate, so I'm fairly familiar with the area. How are your instructors? I'm also curious about the presence of religion in your coursework and lectures, as I am not very religious myself. The community values agreement made me a little nervous when I read through it. Thanks for any insight!
  6. by   SK13
    Quote from elkallsv
    How are your instructors? I'm also curious about the presence of religion in your coursework and lectures, as I am not very religious myself. The community values agreement made me a little nervous when I read through it. Thanks for any insight!
    I was wondering this very thing! I plan to apply for the Fall 2018 ABSN Hendersonville cohort and when reading the values on the supplemental application made me curious/nervous. I am married and do not do drugs, gamble, or drink uncontrollably but I cant help but wonder how monitored you really are.
  7. by   Cville469
    Hey Guys,

    Ive been in the Union ABSN program at Hendersonville since January 2017 and graduate in may 2018. Time flys by in this program. The program itself does not "monitor" you however, their are a couple random drug tests throughout. I am really happy I choose this program. I'm not a religious person, but the school is southern Baptist. That being said It was not overbearing, they do pray before tests but its kind of nice to hear people from your cohort to express gratitude for their life position and request spiritual help when they need it. The teachers are really nice and helpful. Clinical experiences are very diverse in types of units and facilities. Overall, the workload is a lot and most of it backended toward the last semester...which I'm about to endure. But It is do able. Don't get discouraged by what other people may tell you, if you are working hard and making school your priority you will do fine. I am very happy with my choice of going here and would recommend anyone to do the same. If you have any questions feel free to ask.
    Good Luck Everyone!!!!
  8. by   SK13
    Quote from Cville469
    Hey Guys,

    Ive been in the Union ABSN program at Hendersonville since January 2017 and graduate in may 2018. Time flys by in this program. The program itself does not "monitor" you however, their are a couple random drug tests throughout. I am really happy I choose this program. I'm not a religious person, but the school is southern Baptist. That being said It was not overbearing, they do pray before tests but its kind of nice to hear people from your cohort to express gratitude for their life position and request spiritual help when they need it. The teachers are really nice and helpful. Clinical experiences are very diverse in types of units and facilities. Overall, the workload is a lot and most of it backended toward the last semester...which I'm about to endure. But It is do able. Don't get discouraged by what other people may tell you, if you are working hard and making school your priority you will do fine. I am very happy with my choice of going here and would recommend anyone to do the same. If you have any questions feel free to ask.
    Good Luck Everyone!!!!
    Thank you for this! I'm not very religious myself, and the supplemental application did kind of worry me even though I'm married, I don't do drugs, or really anything that would go against their code of conduct, etc. I have been on the fence about submitting an application but I think I will just because we want to relocate to the Nashville area and I do want to continue my education and Vanderbilt is close as well. Thank you for this!
  9. by   michelle2018
    Hi ! Congratulations on your graduation.how would toyot compare this program to university of Memphis accelerated program pls .
    I have been accepted to both
    Thank you for your quick reply
  10. by   michelle2018
    Hi congratulations on your graduation
    Pls can I reach you, I will like to use some of your materials, am starting the program in August .
    your reply will be greatly appreciated. Thank you

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