Students must be physically and mentally able to perform all functions commonly associated with the practice of professional nursing. Typical abilities include:
The immunization schedule must follow the College of Nursing and Health Professions’ Infection Control Policy.
Documentation of Health Requirements
Students are required to follow the college infection control policy regarding maintenance of health records, immunization requirements, and TB testing. Each student:
Pregnancy and Change in Health Status
Student pregnancy or a change in health status is to be reported to the clinical instructor. A physician's consent is required for students to continue clinical agency experiences. After surgery or other hospitalization, a physician's release to return to clinical is required.
Health Insurance and Health Care Responsibility
Students are expected to have health care insurance while enrolled in the program. The student is responsible for all costs related to their health care, including any costs associated with any type of clinical exposure, while enrolled in the program