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Student Resources

Among the variety of campus services provided to support students throughout their academic endeavors, students have access to the Center for Nursing and Allied Health (CNAH) in North Ground, Academic Computer Center, Tutoring Center, Wilkens Library, Advising and Counseling Services, and nursing faculty to facilitate success.

Students are encouraged to use all the resources that are available to them. Refer to the College Catalog for details.

Supplemental Instruction (SI)

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic support program offering free, regularly scheduled study sessions for students enrolled in nursing courses. Supplemental Instruction isn’t just for students in trouble, it’s for all students who want to succeed in this challenging but rewarding career.

Supplemental Instruction Services Include:

  • Drop-in weekly nursing study sessions
  • Small study groups
  • Tutoring by appointment
  • Advice and mentoring

O'Neill Center for Student Access & Support

The O'Neill Center for Student Access & Support offers assistance to students with documented physical, psychological, and/or learning disabilities. The Center works collaboratively with faculty and other campus resources to provide a wide range of support services which may include priority registration, academic counseling, note taking, adaptive computing, exam modifications, and handicap parking. Students are encouraged to meet with a disability specialist before the start of their first semester to develop a support services plan.

Students with Learning Disabilities: Students with documented learning disabilities who believe they need accommodations in this course must contact the O'Neill Center as soon as possible.

O'Neill Center for Student Access and Support
Location Maureen M. Wilkens Hall, Room 222
Hours Monday–Friday: 8:00am–4:30pm
Phone 774.330.4337
E-mail oneillcenter@capecod.edu
Doug Terry, M.Ed., Coordinator
Office Maureen M. Wilkens Hall, Room 222
Phone 774.330.4337
E-mail dterry@capecod.edu
Dr. Richard Sommers, Learning Disabilities Specialist
Office North Building, Room 241
Phone 774.330.4317
E-mail rsommers@capecod.edu

Nursing Club

There is a Nursing Club in which all nursing students hold membership. Membership is also open to the college community. Club activities may include community projects and campus activities such as social and educational events. The club also contributes funds for graduation activities and professional development programs. The club officers vote and approve requests for funds.

Student Organizations and Clubs

Currently, a wide variety of student organizations and clubs are recognized by the Student Senate. Membership is encouraged for all students, and nursing students have participated in: Nursing Club, Nursing Advisory Committee, The Main Sheet (student newspaper), Student Senate to name a few.

Nursing Program Advisory Committee

The Nursing Program has an advisory committee composed of educational and service leaders. These leaders provide advice and counsel to the Program and support Program goals and objectives. In addition, the committee has one faculty representative and one Nursing Program graduate representative.