And the winner is…

I’ve selected Marymount University’s Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing / RN program.  I’m super excited to have been chosen as an eligible student for this well-established ABSN program.  It begins in late August 2014 and graduation will occur in December 2015.  Let the journey begin…


  5 comments for “And the winner is…

  1. mitch
    June 14, 2014 at 8:59 pm

    You will do amazing! Marymount is lucky to have you – they have no idea of how hard you will work!!

  2. June 15, 2014 at 2:43 am

    Thank you so much Mitch! It is only due to the confidence, support and belief in my abilities from friends like yourself that have allowed me the strength to make it this far; I appreciate your kind words and encouragement!

  3. Brends
    June 15, 2014 at 2:45 am

    So proud of you and look forward to hearing more about the journey.

  4. Bless
    September 30, 2014 at 2:37 am

    Hello Kanda, congrats on your admission to the schools. It’s a pleasure to read about your journey. May I ask why you decided not to attend Roseman? I recieved admission to the October cohort. Also, how do you plan out your time to be able to manage the multiple classes for the accelerated program?
    I wish you the very best in this wonderful journey you have embarked on

    • October 7, 2014 at 8:51 pm

      Hello. It was a tough choice and I liked both programs. The structure of the one I’m in and the freedom with the one at Roseman. I ultimately choose this one because I thought, for me, I would prefer the structure of having to show up for class and thought that being able to make an appointment w/ a professor and come to their office in person would be better for me than communicating via email. I loved both and it was tough so either was a great choice/decision.
      You must be very organized and stick to a strict schedule for either. I make a list of what is due each week, the friday before the next week. I also mapped out all exams, etc. due for the entire semester so that I have that at the forefront and not buried in the syllabi. Being able to check those things off the list is extremely helpful.
      I’m sure you will do well w/ Roseman – enjoy your journey; I am loving mine even though it is quite busy. Hope that helps. -Kanda

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