- An attempt is defined as having registered in the course for at least 3 weeks, appeared on the roster and received any grade (academic or administrative).
- A withdrawal is equivalent to a failure.
- Nursing students have one opportunity to withdraw from a nursing course. To progress in the nursing program, students must take level requisite courses. Students repeating a nursing course are required to earn a minimum of B- or higher in order to pass that repeated nursing course.
- The second withdrawal from a nursing course constituents a dismissal from the Program.
- A student who withdraws for non-academic reasons must provide appropriate documentation to support the withdrawal
There is no re-entry for students who have failed out of the program (failed 2 nursing courses). The student failing 2 nursing courses must see the Chair, and an advisor in Academic Advising Center (AAC) to provide guidance relative to other career options.
A student who withdraws for non-academic reasons must provide appropriate documentation to support the withdrawal.
The following student behaviors may lead to program dismissal (involuntary program withdrawal).
- Unexcused absences according to the nursing policy
- Unprofessional conduct
- Failure to respond to a clinical error to the nursing personnel