University of Cincinnati FNP spring 2019

Nursing Students NP Students


Specializes in ICU, CCRN.

Hey everyone!

Just starting a thread to see who has applied and or gotten accepted into the University of Cincinnati's online FNP program for spring 2019?

Super excited I just received my acceptance letter today!

I've only read great things about this university. It would be great to see who I'm starting class with in January

- Jessica

I just submitted by application! Congrats on the acceptance. How long did it take you to hear back after you submitted on NursingCAS??

Specializes in ICU, CCRN.

That's awesome!

Nursing cas took 2-3 weeks before it was complete with them.

Then once I paid the second fee to the actual college it took exactly two weeks before I got the acceptance through email í ¾í´—

Oh that's not bad! I'm excited for you! I hope I get in. I submitted yesterday, so once I find out I will let you know. Have you heard very much about the online program?

Specializes in ICU, CCRN.

Fingers crossed for you! It seemed fairly quick once paperwork was in.

Everything I've read about it has been positive and I'm glad they have a spring start date!

I'm just waiting for advisor to contact me with next steps now that I'm admitted

Thank you! Yeah, I'm glad they do too!

I submitted my application as well, about a week ago! Anxious to find out if I get in or not!!!

Update. I received my acceptance letter today!!

Congrats! I'm waiting for my last set of transcripts to arrive!

I applied for Adult-Gero Primary Care Nurse Practitioner and got my acceptance letter today. Very quick just took 2 weeks. It is great university.

Specializes in ICU, CCRN.

That's so awesome! Congrats!

Tblagg11 did you also apply for FNP?

I think the first year all NP's take a lot of the same core courses.

I'm still waiting to hear from an advisor what the next step is. Anyone here from one since acceptance?

Just applied for Adult-Gero Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. Paid 300.00 initial fees. Waiting for further instructions when it is closer to start.

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