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University of South Florida FNP program

emmbeee emmbeee (New) New

I applied to USF FNP program for fall 2013 entry. The deadline was Feb 15th and I have still not heard back anything. Did anyone else apply and if so have you been accepted and what was your GPA?

I applied. My online application just states "committee". Hopefully decisions will be sent this week or the next.

I applied to FNP and still have not heard back either. Hopefully soon!

WOW CONGRATULATIONS that is so awesome! how was your GPA? Did you do your undergrad at USF?

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NP Sam

Specializes in Peds OR as RN, Peds ENT as NP.

Don't lose hope anyone! Hope to see you all on orientation day!

NP Sam

Specializes in Peds OR as RN, Peds ENT as NP.

Vida Urbana your mailbox is full :). I was going to give you my email. I am considering full time to be a grad assistant.

Sorry Vidaurbana i am a new user so cannot send private messages. i am a current undergrad at USF graduating in August. So have no floor experience. I have a 3.13 for my upper level nursing (not to shabby i know) and i have a 3.6 overall. There process is so confusing, I am guessing they are making decisions one by one. Thank you for your reply and positivity! Congrats again you should be very proud of yourself!

@ RN Sam: I cleared by email box!

@emmbeee: Thank you again! Your overall stats are pretty impressive and I always thought that students that attended Undergrad would usually have first dibs. I wished I attended one of the informations session to better understand the process. If you have any questions feel free to ask me. I'm not from Tampa, I live in South Florida. So I don't know anyone else that applied to FNP progam @ USF. Again, I'm looking forward to your acceptance, too!:yes:

emmbeee you could try applying to UAB's FNP program for Spring 2014, hang in there. You'll get in.

rejected :(

did you get any further info on the decision? I was rejected by FSC in lakeland basically due to no nursing experience (which I am now very thankful for...I didn't realize how many different types of NP's there are and ANP is not for me). my background is EMS (11 years, 7 as a paramedic), but now I'm having to work part time as a nurse to try to strengthen my resume. My new goal is USF's AGAC or possibly FNP, but I heard you need a 4.0 for FNP.