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UCF/Seminole State Concurrent Program Summer 2019

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Do guys know of how many applicants for the summer term? Of course, we won’t know the results until the last day of the 6 weeks peroid. (The last Friday of the 6 weeks) just wait for an email from both colleges. 

 

Good luck everyone. 

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2 minutes ago, swishswishfish_121 said:

Do guys know of how many applicants for the summer term? Of course, we won’t know the results until the last day of the 6 weeks peroid. (The last Friday of the 6 weeks) just wait for an email from both colleges. 

 

Good luck everyone. 

On Tuesday when I submitted my application at Altamonte I was #47.  

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When I applied on weds i was like #22? Good luck to everyone. I hope I get in 😂

 

 

something I’m wondering is what is Seminole States cost of attendance? I will be using loans for my housing and to pay for courses at SS and UCF, so i hope its enough to support those expenses

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3 hours ago, Jazzyjaz0524 said:

When I applied on weds i was like #22? Good luck to everyone. I hope I get in 😂

 

 

something I’m wondering is what is Seminole States cost of attendance? I will be using loans for my housing and to pay for courses at SS and UCF, so i hope its enough to support those expenses

it's 104 per credit hour in state and as I think of how reasonable it is nowadays. I remember when UCF when to that amount when I went there for my Bachelor's and I thought it was so expensive lol

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I can't believe we have to wait til March to know. How is everyone dealing with the wait?

I have 1 class, work, and  family to occupy my mind but I'll still be on edge. Wish I saw more information regarding those applying for the generic but most go for the concurrent.

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Hello everyone,

I was #90 on friday when I turned in my application. This is my second time applying due to a missing prerequisite (Biology). I also applied for the Accelerated program but the Concurrent program is my first choice due to financial obligations. I’ve been having issues with my UCF application since I had to reactivate for Summer ‘19. My prerequisites aren’t showing on my degree audit, so hopefully the issue with be resolved before next week. I’m excited and nervous. Good luck to all !

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Now that we are in the waiting period, anyone else wanna share their stats?

 

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Hey guys!

I applied to the traditional track.

I am in category 4 because I am currently in AnP 2

My TEAS is 87.3 and my GPA for prerequisites is 3.48

If I get an A in AnP2 it will bump my GPA up to a 3.52 and I'll be in Category 1. After reading through all the posts I feel like I need to retake the TEAS for a more competitive score. 

Does anyone know how the Valencia program is? I would really like to start nursing school no later than this coming fall and I need a backup plan if I am not accepted into summer for fall for Seminole State. 

How many people get accepted each semester? 

Good luck everyone! March 1st seems so far away right now!

 

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10 hours ago, Taylor-nursing said:

Hey guys!

I applied to the traditional track.

I am in category 4 because I am currently in AnP 2

My TEAS is 87.3 and my GPA for prerequisites is 3.48

If I get an A in AnP2 it will bump my GPA up to a 3.52 and I'll be in Category 1. After reading through all the posts I feel like I need to retake the TEAS for a more competitive score. 

Does anyone know how the Valencia program is? I would really like to start nursing school no later than this coming fall and I need a backup plan if I am not accepted into summer for fall for Seminole State. 

How many people get accepted each semester? 

Good luck everyone! March 1st seems so far away right now!

 

I can't answer your Valencia Q but I was told they have 15 seats for traditional but only 14 due to someone having to repeat. Seems like the traditional is harder to get into than the concurrent due to the seats.

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13 hours ago, Jordanmedical said:

I can't answer your Valencia Q but I was told they have 15 seats for traditional but only 14 due to someone having to repeat. Seems like the traditional is harder to get into than the concurrent due to the seats.

Wow! 15 seats. Well, hopefully, most of the applicants will be for the concurrent program. Do you know how many seats they have for the concurrent program? I read an article that Sem State wanted to have a total of 300 attend nursing school in 2019. 

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On 2/3/2019 at 2:26 PM, Taylor-nursing said:

Hey guys!

I applied to the traditional track.

I am in category 4 because I am currently in AnP 2

My TEAS is 87.3 and my GPA for prerequisites is 3.48

If I get an A in AnP2 it will bump my GPA up to a 3.52 and I'll be in Category 1. After reading through all the posts I feel like I need to retake the TEAS for a more competitive score. 

Does anyone know how the Valencia program is? I would really like to start nursing school no later than this coming fall and I need a backup plan if I am not accepted into summer for fall for Seminole State. 

How many people get accepted each semester? 

Good luck everyone! March 1st seems so far away right now!

 

Valencia accepts applications throughout the year on an ongoing basis for their traditional program (recommended application deadlines are Jan. 15, May 15, and Sept. 15 for Spring, Summer, and Fall, respectively - though they recommend getting applications submitted well ahead of these dates). As long as you satisfy the admission requirements, you're accepted to their ADN on a first-come, first-served basis.

You're required to have certain institutional courses, all prereqs, and TEAS completed. Cumulative GPA (including transfer credits), science pre-req GPA, and non-science pre-req GPA all need to be 3.0 or better, with no grades below a C on pre-req coursework. TEAS minimum score is 64.9%.

For the upcoming Summer term, it appears there are around 160 seats (~80 daytime on West Campus, ~40 evening/weekend on West, and ~40 daytime at Osceola). They used to have 120 seats per term, but I've been told it increased this school year! 

Good luck with your app!

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