We are dedicated to promoting educational excellence within the College of Health Professions. This office provides services to a diverse student body in the college that enables them to maximize the benefits that the School of Nursing and the university offer. Sensitive to the changing needs of today's nursing students, the staff in Student Affairs is committed to supporting students and meeting their individual academic and personal goals.
- Academic advising
- College awards for faculty & students
- Clubs & student organization support
- Confidential counseling
- Leadership development
- Living/Learning Communities
- Nursing orientations
- Recruitment events
- School of Nursing scholarships
- Senior year graduation activities
- Special events
- Student quiet study room
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The School of Nursing is very pleased to provide several freshmen living/learning community options for students preferring a close-knit, supportive learning experience. These communities give freshmen the opportunity to network with other freshmen interested in nursing careers while developing the academic skills necessary to succeed in the challenging nursing curricula.
The School of Nursing encourages all BSN students to become involved in leadership opportunities and supports the following student groups:
Learning Resources Center
The Learning Resources Center (LRC) is located in Mary Gladwin Hall 110. Our purpose is to assist you in critical thinking and skills development based on best practices in nursing. The LRC provides space for you to develop and practice skills of nursing using the state of the art simulation technology.
- Technology Support Services
- Military Services Center
- Pre-Nursing and Baccalaureate Nursing Student Handbook
- Graduate Program Handbook
- Transfer Guides
- APA Guidelines
- Nursing License Map
- Nursing Degree Guide
Research and Writing