By approval of the School of Nursing Executive Team and due to the following considerations, GNM students may not enroll in courses with a prefix of NCLIN.
- NCLIN courses consume considerable resources, including:
- Time and effort to assure students are compliant with University and School requirements, including but not limited to:
- HIPAA training (account required)
- Immunizations (fee required)
- OSHA Hazards Management training
- CPR training
- an active, unrestricted WA state RN License
- Time and effort to assure students are compliant with site requirements
- Establishment and maintenance of Affiliation Agreements with sites
- Database management to track and coordinate placements
- Maintenance of relationships with sites/preceptors, including single School of Nursing point-of-contact
- Time and effort to schedule and prepare for instruction of students in the Center for Excellence in Nursing Education
- Prevalence of non-sequential enrollment prevents completion of compliance requirements and completion of a clinical rotation in the same quarter.
- Limited space at sites demands that the School prioritize matriculated students for those spaces.
Created September 2009; revised August 30, 2013
Academic Services Memo No. 42