All students and faculty are expected to abide by the policies found in the 2016-2017 CNHP Handbook. The handbook is located on the CNHP website listed under About the College.
All university policies, as published in the Bulletin, extend to all sites where students are engaged in the role of a nursing student.
The offices of the Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Professions, Program Chair, Director of Nursing, and Faculty are located on the second floor of the USI Health Professions Center. In locating a specific office, inquire at the Receptionist's Desk or consult the directory board located outside of Room 2068.
Changes in local and/or permanent addresses, telephone number, and change in name are to be reported immediately to both the University Registrar's Office and the Nursing Programs. A Change of Name form (paper or Internet) must be submitted to the Registrar's Office.
To participate in required course work, you will need access to a computer, the Internet, and your email@example.com e-mail account.
While many students enjoy the convenience of doing their course work on their own home computer, computer access is available on campus for students. On the USI campus, Internet and e-mail access is available in all computer clusters, the University Library, and the College of Nursing and Health Professions’ Day Learning Resource Center.
Please refer to the Distance Education website for information about required and recommended computer hardware and software resources. Information is available at http://www.usi.edu/onlinelearning/students/system-requirements/.
Your USI Email Address
Email: It is the student’s responsibility to monitor USI email. Students will be held accountable for email content. It is essential you check your USI email regularly.
Email on a mobile device: You can set up your USI email to come directly to your phone or tablet. Please see instructions on use of an app to access your email at https://www.usi.edu/it/eagles-mail-help/setup-eagles-mail-on-your-mobile-device/
Please refer to the Security Department website (https://www.usi.edu/security/parking).
Personal travel is required of students for all practice experiences. Liability for driving to and from clinical sites falls on the owner of the vehicle. Automotive insurance is required by Indiana state law.
No gifts are to be accepted from clients. No gifts are to be given to faculty.
Omicron Psi Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International
The Omicron Psi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society at the University of Southern Indiana provides leadership and research development for eligible nursing students and professionals. Its purposes are to:
Students who have completed at least one-half of the required baccalaureate nursing courses, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and are in the top 35% of their class are eligible for membership consideration.
Display of Student Assignments
Student assignments may be displayed as examples of student work for course files and accreditation purposes. Student work for any other purpose will require permission from the student(s) prior to faculty use.
All faculty meetings are open to students unless posted as a closed meeting. Due to the confidential nature of information presented, no students will be allowed to participate in the Admissions and Progression Committee.
Student representation on the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee includes one representative and one alternate from the RN-BSN program. A USI ANS student representative will participate in the Nursing Faculty meetings.