Nursing Program Remediation Policy
The purpose of this Nursing Program Remediation Policy is to allow a student with a cognitive grade average of 76% or greater to continue in the Nursing Program upon successful completion of NUR201 Remediation Class.
Eligibility to Apply for NUR201 Remediation:
The Remediation Process for Nursing Students:
- Minimum cognitive average of 76% in the NUR201 Nursing Program course.
- Passing grade in clinical rotation with an evaluation of supervised level or above in NUR201.
- A letter from the clinical instructor recommending remediation.
- A letter by the student to the Director of Nursing; In the letter the student must identify and address the factors that they feel contributed to the failing grade of less than 77%.
- Follow the guidelines set forth in the Nursing Program Student Handbook.
- Attend all remediation classes: No tardiness or absence accepted.
- Achieve a minimum cognitive grade of 77% on the remediation final exam.
- Tuition and fees will be covered by the HRSA NWD grant for the period of the grant.
Note: Students are not eligible for NUR201 Remediation Class if any of the following items apply:
- Clinical failure due to unprofessional or unsafe behavior.
- Prior attendance in a remediation class.
- Readmitted student status in the Nursing Program.
Students should refer to the College’s Student Handbook for additional information regarding leave of absence and withdrawal.