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I applied to (Washington State University) WSU's DNP class for Fall 2017. I was wondering if anyone else did? Or does anyone currently attend their graduate school? It says it is mostly online and I was wondering how it is structured, admissions is not very forth-coming with information.

I applied and am waiting anxiously!

where did you go for your undergrad? is wsu only school you applied? I wonder if you know when they tell us wheather we are accepted or not

I got accepted today. Good luck! Let me know any good news. Im going to Spokane, I live in Tacoma!

I got into WSU as well! I'm going for psych NP at the Vancouver campus. Anybody else?

I was accepted into the Psych DNP program here in Spokane. I also did undergrad here at the Spokane Campus. Hello all and congrats to everyone! Exciting times ahead :)

FNP in Spokane, did BSN at WSU Yakima, do you plan to live in Spokane when the program starts ?

FNP in Spokane, did BSN at WSU Yakima, do you plan to live in Spokane when the program starts ?

I will continue to live in Spokane during the program yes. I'll see you in class I'm sure :)

I got in as well to the psych dnp Vancouver campus. I live in Portland so in order to get in state tuition I can only take 8 credits a semester so it would take much longer to complete the program. Is anyone else doing this? Is anyone planning on going to school very part time and working full time?

Congratulations! I am a current ABSN student researching WSU's DNP FNP program. Do you mind sharing your gpa and/or helpful tips? Thank you!

I actually just now saw this, sorry about that. I actually am in the same boat! I am hoping to find a job in Spokane because I was previously living there. I currently live/work in Puyallup but applied to Spokane campus and was accepted to the FNP.

As for my GPA/background, I have no problem sharing. I'm not from the PNW originally, my degree is from a school in the south. I started as a med/surg nurse in Florida and then became a travel nurse, my GPA is a 3.8 for my BSN. I wandered to WA and never left, I love this place. I will however be paying out of state tuition because my "home of record for taxes" is not WA.

I did a fair amount of emailing with WSU asking questions when I was applying because I was unsure how competitive I was. I do recommend applying to at least 2 or 3 schools. I have friends from undergrad that only applied to one and weren't accepted, so they had a wait a full year to re-apply. I also used rankings, I didn't apply to UW because I know my GRE score wasn't high enough and they're in the top 10 every year for nursing. I actually went to nursing school with a woman who graduated with a 4.0 and came in with a 4.0. She was denied admission to UW's nursing school as an undergrad, her experience did not inspire faith that I would be accepted into their graduate program (that to me is a crazy competitive undergrad program)! I saved myself the money and applied to other programs.

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i live in tacoma, plan to drive to Spokane whenever class requires, let me know if you stay, we can carpool!

Do you have a fb? I would love to add you to a group of WSU DNP students or you can search for it. :)

jensfbay, BSN

Specializes in ICU, Triage, Home Health, soon-to-be FNP. Has 16 years experience.

i'm thinking of applying to wsu for next year. do you know if they set up your own clinical/preceptorship?

also, do they still have the program where you can earn your NP with an MSN while working on your DNP? thanks!

Hey everyone. I found this thread and wa hoping those who are in the FNP program could give me some insight on the admissions process. And how the program is going currently? Thanks!

I plan to apply for 2019 admissions. I'm not sure how competitive the program is. Any advice or experiences shared would be appreciated!

Hey everyone. I found this thread and wa hoping those who are in the FNP program could give me some insight on the admissions process. And how the program is going currently? Thanks!

I plan to apply for 2019 admissions. I'm not sure how competitive the program is. Any advice or experiences shared would be appreciated!

Rn2016grad did you apply?

Anybody else?

jensfbay, BSN

Specializes in ICU, Triage, Home Health, soon-to-be FNP. Has 16 years experience.

I applied and got in but I chose a different school