Wayne State Accelerated Nursing 2017

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by MgoBlue37 MgoBlue37, BSN (New) New

MgoBlue37

MgoBlue37, BSN

9 Posts

Bump. Anyone else applying to the program hear anything from Wayne State at all?

exsc89

exsc89

4 Posts

I have not heard anything back yet. I have a 3.9ish GPA on the prereqs, but I'm currently taking microbiology. I'm not sure if that will slow down the acceptance or not.

exsc89

exsc89

4 Posts

Right after I made that last post i received an email that I was conditionally accepted into the spring/summer 2017 accelerated program! Just have to pass microbiology now!

MgoBlue37

MgoBlue37, BSN

9 Posts

Same! I just received my email not too long ago for admission to the Spring term for the CD2 program.

Kelfu2017

Kelfu2017

1 Post

Hi exsc89, hello MgoBlue37,

Congratulation getting in the CD2 Spring/Summer 2017. I too received the acceptance email yesterday March 13. I completed all my prereqs. Now just waiting for the next email from them about for further instruction. Will see you on April 21st orientation day!

CassieKat

CassieKat

3 Posts

To those of you that received your acceptance notifications for the 2017 year, can you please tell me if you have any volunteer hours and if so how many and so forth? Also, are any of you "older?!" I will be 38 when I apply and plan to have everything done and just wondering what I should work on beyond a solid GPA. Any advice would be helpful. Maybe we can identify some trends of acceptance among ourselves.

sydwright1

sydwright1

5 Posts

Has anyone applied to WSU CDO with one prereq missing? I'm applying for spring/summer 2018. Do they favor students that take their prereqs at the university? I took all of my prereqs a few years ago at OCC and I'll be taking Micro bio at schoolcraft college in January 2018. I'm wondering if my grades are good enough to get in?

My grades are...

BIO 1050- B

BIO 2200- jan 2018

BIO 2870- B+

CHM 1020- A

NFS 2030- A-

PSY 2740- A

SOC 2020-A

(FC) SPA 3- B+

(Hum) MUH 1350- A

sydwright1

sydwright1

5 Posts

hello, Congrats on your acceptance!!

I took all of my prereqs a few years ago at OCC and I'll be taking Micro bio at schoolcraft college in January 2018. I'm wondering if my grades are good enough to get in?

My grades are...

BIO 1050- B

BIO 2200- jan 2018

BIO 2870- B+

CHM 1020- A

NFS 2030- A-

PSY 2740- A

SOC 2020-A

(FC) SPA 3- B+

(Hum) MUH 1350- A

mushymash

mushymash, ASN, RN

1 Article; 47 Posts

Good day, can I ask how much is the cost for the nursing program at Wayne State University? Do they have an assistance program? Did you opt for a student loan? Are you working at the same time? Are the classes doable to be able to work at the same time? Thank you.

Zibozam

Zibozam

24 Posts

Hello,

I just got accepted to the CD2 Spring/Summer 2020 cohort and would like any opinions, advice. Anything would help. I currently live on the west coast and will have to move there. Any advice with that. I’m also nervous about the bad reputation Michigan has. Some people are trying to convince me not to go to this school. Should I worry? Maybe reconsider attending this school? Please help!

CassieKat

CassieKat

3 Posts

Hello! Congratulations on your acceptance into the program! I am currently in the 2019 CD2 cohort at WSU and I am from Seattle. I will say that depending on which part of the West Coast you are coming from you may have varying degrees of adjustments to make to the city of Detroit! I have lived here for six years now and I will say that I am still going to go back to Seattle when I graduate in December. It is very different out here but there is a lot to love: fireflies in the Summer, warm wind, very green gardens and parks, extremely friendly people, unbeatable radio, R&B, clean and clear Lake Michigan water on the west side, and an appreciation for a different cultural conglomeration than is typical of the west coast. Those things and more are very nice about Michigan. The city of Detroit is still what it is but it is getting nicer every year, that is certain. As for WSU, you will have access to TOP notch Professors that care very much about your ability to graduate and pass the NCLEX. Every class is designed around you achieving those goals. While the simulation models and rooms and the hospitals you have clinicals in may not be very high tech or new and shiny you will learn how to nurse a pretty unheathy population using minimal supplies and will learn way more tricks of the trade than you would if you went to a high tech fancy school in the middle of a wealthy city. I find this experience invaluable and appreciate every minute of it that I get. Welcome to MI and to WSU*