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Title: Welcome to The College of Nursing


1
Welcome to The College of Nursing
  • Emmanuel J. Rivera, MHRM
  • Manny
  • Admitted Nursing Student Advisor
  • ARC Representative

2
Welcome Congratulations
Currently our graduates hold over a 90 percent
pass rate on the NCLEX Exam
3
Undergraduate Program Administration
  • Elizabeth Betty T. Jordan, DNSc, RNC, FAAN
  • Senior Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Nursing
  • Brittny Chabalowski, RN, MSN
  • Director Upper Division Second Degree Nursing
    Program
  • Coordinator Undergraduate Nursing Simulation

4
Student Affairs Academic Advisor
  • Emmanuel J. Rivera, MHRM Manny
  • 813-974-6706
  • erivera1_at_health.usf.edu
  • Advising by Appointment online e-scheduler
  • Progression of Plan
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Probation Dismissal Advising
  • Degree Certifier
  • NCLEX Florida Board List
  • ARC Representative
  • Degree Audit

5
Degree Programs
  • Upper-Division
  • 6 Semesters
  • Anticipated Graduation Summer 2016
  • Second Degree
  • 4 Semesters
  • Anticipated Graduation Fall 2015
  • VBSN Degree
  • 4 Semesters
  • Anticipated Graduation Fall 2015

6
First Semester at The College of NursingUpper
Division Second Degree Only
Schedule of Classes
NUR 3125   Pathophysiology for Nursing Practice 4
NUR 3145 Pharmacology in Nurse Practice (Live Only) 3
NUR 3026 Fundamentals of Nursing Practice 4
NUR 3026L Fundamentals Clinical 4
NUR 3066   Physical Exam Assessment 2
1 Clinical Day Wednesday or Friday 1 Lab Day
Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday 2 Day of Didactic
Monday and Thursday
7
First Semester at The College of NursingVBSN
Degree
NUR 3125 Pathophysiology for Nursing Practice 4
NUR 3145 Pharmacology 3
NUR 3081 Bridge to Professional Nursing (Didactic) 3
NUR 3081L Bridge to Professional Nursing Practice (Clinical) 2
1 Clinical Day Wednesday or Friday 1 Lab Day
Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday 2 Day of Didactic
Monday and Thursday
8
AA Degree
  • Foreign Language Requirement
  • UD Students need to provide high school
    transcript.
  • Send to USF Undergraduate Admissions.
  • USF Office of Undergraduate Admissions
  • 4202 E. Fowler Avenue, SVC 1036Tampa, FL
    33620-6900

9
DegreeWorks Physical Science Req
  • Physical Science Done in Nursing program.
  • Not acceptable in other degree programs.

10
Materials for The College of Nursing
  • Immunizations CPR Certification
  • CPR Certification Est. 66.00 (Includes
    Materials)
  • Certified Background (Required by the college)
  • 147.50 (includes background check, drug screen,
    and document tracker)
  • Immunizations
  • Varicella (Chickenpox) Est. 25.00
  • Hepatitis B Est. 50.00
  • MMR Est. 59.00
  • TDAP Est. 45.00
  • TB Skin Test Est. 12.00
  • Influenza Est 25.00
  • Titers
  • Varicella Est 39.00
  • MMR Est 128.00
  • Hepatitis B Est. 16.00
  •  
  • Clinical Uniforms/Equipment
  • Smart Phone/PDA Est. 150.00 - 250.00
  • USF Nursing Scrubs Clinical Starter Pack

11
Clinical Starter Pack
Mens Tradition V-Neck Top 49.95 Womens
Tradition V-Neck Top 49.95
Bachelor's Lab Coat 79.95
USF MD ONE Stethoscope 64.59
Classic Cargo pant 49.95
12
Nursing Central Software License
  • USF Computer Store Marshall Student Center
  • Available titles include
  • 5-Minute Clinical Consult
  • Daviss Drug Guide
  • Daviss Lab and Diagnostic Tests
  • Diseases and Disorders
  • Field Operations Guide
  • Harrisons Manual of Medicine
  • Tabers Medical Dictionary
  • MEDLINE Journals, Auto-alerts

13
First Week College of Nursing
  • August 25, 2014
  • Familiar with Student Handbook
  • USF Health Email
  • CPR Card
  • Uniform order completed
  • Certified Profile Updated
  • More information at PIP

14
USF Health Email
  • Use it Check Often!!
  • Update Automatic Signature
  • ltltltltExample Belowgtgtgtgt
  • ltStudent Namegt
  • ltHospital/Fall 2014/Program UD or SBNgt

15
College of Nursing Progression Policy
  • Any Student earning a grade below a C or S,
    in any required nursing course will be notified
    of their potential dismissal from the College of
    Nursing. The student must petition the Student
    Affairs Committee for approval to continue
    progression in the program. Upon approval from
    The Student Affairs Committee the student will be
    provided with a revised program plan for
    progression and any other conditions stipulated
    for progression. Students progression,
    regardless of the revised program plan will
    depend on class availability and or appropriate
    clinical placement availability. The Dean of the
    College of Nursing or the Dean's designee will
    notify, in writing, the students who are
    dismissed. If denied, the student can submit a
    second petition providing they have additional
    substantive information or documentation.

16
College of Nursing Progression Policy
  • Undergraduate second degree pre-licensure
    students who receive a grade below a "C" or "S ",
    in any required nursing course will not be
    permitted to continue on the Second Degree
    Sequence. The student will be notified of their
    potential dismissal from the College of Nursing.
    The student must petition the Student Affairs
    Committee for approval to continue progression in
    the program. Upon approval from The Student
    Affairs Committee the student will be provided
    with a revised program plan for progression and
    any other conditions stipulated for progression.
    Students progression, regardless of the revised
    program plan will depend on class availability
    and or appropriate clinical placement
    availability. The Dean of the College of Nursing
    or the Dean's designee will notify, in writing,
    the students who are dismissed. If denied, the
    student can submit a second petition providing
    they have additional substantive information or
    documentation.

17
College of Nursing Progression Policy
  • Any student earning a grade below a " C " or " S
    ", in more than one required nursing course, will
    be dismissed from the College of Nursing. The
    Dean of the College of Nursing or the Dean's
    designee will notify students in writing.
    Students have the opportunity to petition the
    dismissal with The College of Nursing Student
    Affairs Committee. Students must remain out of
    the nursing program for one full semester prior
    to petitioning the committee. Upon approval from
    The Student Affairs Committee the student will be
    provided with a revised program plan for
    readmissions and any other conditions stipulated.
    Students readmission regardless of the revised
    program plan will depend on class availability
    and or appropriate clinical placement
    availability. If denied, the student can submit a
    second petition providing they have additional
    substantive documentation.

18
Withdrawal Policy
  • Course withdrawal is limited to 1 per course,
    with a limit of 2 withdrawals per undergraduate
    or graduate program. A withdrawal is defined as
    officially withdrawing from any class after the
    Drop/Add period, and before the final Withdrawal
    date as outlined in the Academic Calendar. Any
    student withdrawing in excess of the stated
    policy will be dismissed from The College of
    Nursing. Exception to this policy would be a
    withdrawal for Medical and or extreme situations.
    Documentation must be provided to support the
    withdrawal. Student must submit all documentation
    required to support the withdrawal through the
    Academic Regulations Committee (ARC) and The
    Student Affairs Committee for approval.

19
Maximum Time Requirements
  • Maximum Time Requirement The maximum time
    requirement limits the number of credit hours you
    may attempted before earning your degree. 
  • As an Undergraduate, your eligibility ends when
    you have attempted 180 credit hours, which
    includes credits attempted at any school prior to
    and while enrolled at USF regardless of whether
    you received financial aid at the time you
    attempted them.
  • There is no extended eligibility for changes in
    major or for a 2nd bachelors degree
  • Exceptions to this regulation are not typically
    considered
  • For more information please contact The Financial
    Aid Office at 813-974-4700

20
Maximum Time Requirements
  • Effective July 1, 2011, federal regulations
    require significant changes to the Satisfactory
    Academic Progress (SAP) policy for Financial Aid
    Recipients.
  • The new policy requirements apply to all students
    as one determinant of eligibility for financial
    aid. The new requirement categories are GPA,
    Pace, and Maximum Time.
  • Those pursing a Second Bachelors in Nursing
    should pay particular attention to the Maximum
    Time Requirement.

21
Excess Hours Surcharge
22
Pre-Immersion Program (PIP)
  • Pre-Entry Immersion Program - Required
  • August 15, 2014
  • 8am 5pm
  • Location TBD

23
Important Dates
  • August 25, 2014 Fall Semester starts
  • September 1, 2014 Labor Day (University Closed)
  • September 11, 2014 Veterans Day (University
    Closed)
  • November 1, 2014 Last day to withdrawal
  • November 27 28 Thanksgiving Holiday
    (University Closed)
  • December 5, 2014 Last Day of Classes
  • December 6 -12 Exam Week
  • January 5, 2015 Spring Semester starts
  • Most updated calendar USF Registrar
    http//www.registrar.usf.edu/enroll/regist/calendt
    .php

24
First Semester at USF?
  • University/Transfer Orientation Required
  • Register Online
  • 50 Registration Fee
  • Dates
  • July 23
  • July 30
  • August 7
  • August 13
  • August 20
  • http//www.usf.edu/orientation/

25
First Semester at USF?
  • Veteran Services Workshop
  • Review benefits application process at USF
  • During Resource Rotation Sessions
  • Register when enrolling for Transfer Orientation

http//www.usf.edu/orientation/transfer/veterans.a
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Office of Veterans Services Monday - Friday,
800 AM to 500 PM. Located in the Grace and
Allen Building (ALN 130) Phone
813-974-2291 Email vetserve_at_usf.edu Achievement
Center (VAC) ALN131 Monday Thursday 800 am to
700 pm, Friday, 800 am - 500 pm.
26
Licensure
  • Pick a state any state.
  • USF College of Nursing to Florida.
  • NCLEX sit pass.

27
OASIS
  • Registration Self-Service
  • Add/Drop Courses
  • Email
  • Update personal information
  • View financial aid account
  • Degree Works Audit System
  • Emergency Contact
  • Immunization Record
  • Student Records/Holds/Grades/Transcript
  • Parking Services
  • Student Organizations

28
Degree Works
  • Degree Auditing System
  • View Course Requirements
  • Progression towards completion
  • Outstanding Requirements
  • Notes from Advisor
  • View class schedule
  • Courses registered
  • GPA Calculation tool

29
Canvas
30
A few more items
  • Questions about USF Health email account, email
    server or email password contact USF Health
    Information Services Phone 974-6288 Email
    support_at_health.usf.edu Website
    health.usf.edu/is/support/index.htm
  • Questions about NetID (Canvas account) contact
    USF Information Technology Phone 813-974-1222
    Email help_at_usf.edu Website it.usf.edu/help

31
Financial Aid
  • Financial Aid Office
  • Specific Account Questions
  • 813-974-4700
  • SVC 1102.
  • College of Nursing Scholarships
  • Grants Endowed Funds
  • College of Nursing Business Office will email you
    directly when funds are available (Typically Fall
    for all new admits.)

32
Financial Aid and or Course Payments
  • Check Oasis
  • Check with Financial Aid
  • SVC 1102
  • Loan Status
  • Account Paid prior to CF deadline
  • August 29, 2014 To avoid Cancellation of
    Registration and 100 Late Registration Fee.
  • Its the students responsibility to have finances
    to cover each semester. Being canceled for none
    payment can result in being dismissed from
    clinical until payment is made.

33
Tutoring and Assistance
  • Exam Review Sessions
  • College of Nursing Course Specific
  • Fundamentals
  • Med Surg. I Med Surg. II
  • Pharmacology
  • Patho
  • The Academic Success Center (ASC)Test Taking
  • Study Skills
  • Test Anxiety
  • The Writing Studio

34
Student Nurse Assistance Program
35
The Counseling Center
  • Stressed Out
  • Family Problems
  • Relationship Problems
  • Academic and Study Issues
  • Sad or Blue
  • Feeling Mad
  • Substance Abuse Problems
  • Legal Problems
  • Career Concerns
  • Money Problems

Psychological Services Counseling Workshops
Center for Addiction Substance Abuse
Diversity Services
36
How to Register
  • Clinical Site TGH/FHT/SJB/SFB/MPM and so on
  • Program NUR OR SBN UD or SBN Second Degree
    Upper-Division
  • Online Classes Can be limited Register EARLY!
  • Video http//usfweb2.usf.edu/orientation/static/o
    asis.asp

37
Congratulations and Welcome
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