TWU Spring 2010 - page 80

Is anyone out there applying to TWU for the Spring of 2010? Just thought that I would start a group for all of us hopefuls so we could share information and have a way to communicate with each... Read More

  1. by   sunniiiie
    i'd love to meet up for happy hour! just let me know when and where!
  2. by   childofgrace
    Quote from plasma
    I got my packet for the weekend program..I am missing the immunization sheet...anyone mind sharing with me the info.
    Plasma , I didn't get it either, I also checked the other thread for the weekenders no one seems to have gotten it. Will have to call Monday and find out.
    Also see more people got news that they were accepted! Congratulations to you all !
  3. by   chizzyann
    Goopsy!!!congratulations!.I am excited for you!...way to go!
  4. by   goopsy
    Quote from chizzyann
    Goopsy!!!congratulations!.I am excited for you!...way to go!
    THANKS!!!!!!! I still can't believe the wait is over!! It's like, "Now what?" lol.
  5. by   chizzyann
    Congratulations everyone!!!this is really really great that we all got in...and by the end of fall 2011,we shall all post our graduations!!!!!...
  6. by   RNJD77
    I know! I've become so accustomed to being worried about our admission decisions,but now it's like wow! haha
  7. by   SuperSweet
    Congrats Houston aceptees!!

    I am going to wait to get my packet before signing and submitting anything- I know now we have to forgo shots, CPR class, and drug screening. Has anyone completed CPR certification. I was thinking about taking it locally through the fire department does anyone know if this is adequate?

    I would love to meet everyone for a get-together! Let us know where and when. I am closer to Denton campus or maybe a certain day we could meet on campus!
  8. by   alyssa3788
    Is anyone planning on registering this week for classes? I havent been to an open house yet so i am going on thursday but I think i am going to wait and go to that and to get my packet in the mail before i register. Does anyone know what times ya'll are wanting to have class? ALSO, does TWU break the classes into 8 week blocks or anything or will we be taking them all at the same time. I was in a nursing program before and they broke it into 8 weeks so we took 2 the first 8 weeks and the others the last 8 weeks.
  9. by   butterfly journey
    My understanding is that they are all semester long, not cut into 8 week chunks. Also we will not be allowed to register this week because only Graduate students can do that, then on the 10th only Seniors and Post-Bac students can register. So unless you are a post-bac student you'll have to wait until some time after that to register. You should still be ok, the classes are almost all at the same time with the exception of the clinical stuff and they are at the same times just different days.

    At least that's what I've been able to figure out so far from the class schedule.
  10. by   saralou
    Plasma and Childofgrace,
    I didn't have the immunization sheet in my weekend packet either. I'll bet it's the same for weekenders and regular program students. Did anyone out there get the immunization sheet and wouldn't mind sharing what's on it???
    Thanks!
  11. by   saralou
    Quote from plasma
    I got my packet for the weekend program..I am missing the immunization sheet...anyone mind sharing with me the info.
    Quote from saralou
    Plasma and Childofgrace,
    I didn't have the immunization sheet in my weekend packet either. I'll bet it's the same for weekenders and regular program students. Did anyone out there get the immunization sheet and wouldn't mind sharing what's on it???
    Thanks!
    Hey guys,
    I found this on the TWU website. Maybe this is what we need for the weekend program?? I emailed the college to find out for sure. I probably won't hear anything until Monday though....

    All students in nursing are required to have been immunized against measles, mumps, rubella, chicken pox, tetanus, diphtheria, hepatitis B and have annual TB skin testing. Proof of immunizations will be required at the time of admission to upper division nursing courses. Texas Woman's University does not require HIV testing of students; however, some clinical agencies with which the College of Nursing affiliates for student clinical experience may require such testing.
  12. by   RNJD77
    From the email about registration,I think they are going to open up the registration for juniors to choose classes on November 16th,They are probably waiting for us to accept or decline first so they can have time to send us our packets.
  13. by   ali523
    does anybody know anything about the TWU faculty-led study abroad program for nursing? all i can find on their website is that it exists, you can go to "various countries" and two people to contact. i emailed them both but i was just wondering if anybody knew people who had done this or had any information on it

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