Information for Nursing Students

           
Student Nursing Registration

Click here for Fall 2016 Nursing Registration information and documents.     

Flu Shots

Every fall semester, all nursing students will be required to obtain a flu shot for courses containing a clinical component.

Each student must bring documentation of the flu shot to the HS office (HS 223) by the required deadline. There are no exceptions to this mandate. If documentation is not received by the deadline, the student will not be permitted to attend clinical and will be unsuccessful in the course.

As a health care provider and future nurse, it is the student’s responsibility to provide a safe environment for patients and a flu shot provides protection for both the nurse as well as the patient.

*Please see the Flu Vaccinations Flyer below*

Announcements

Need to stay up-to-date on immunizations but have a busy schedule? Please click on the link below to schedule an appointment with the Lorain County Health District.

Immunization Flyer

Flu Vaccinations Fall 2016 
Background Check Flyer
ACEMAPP Update:
All nursing students will be required to upload health documents, drug test release forms, and Statement of Non Conviction forms, into ACEMAPP. Please see the link under 'Health Requirements' for instructions on uploading documents in ACEMAPP.
Drug Testing:
As of Fall Semester, 2016, all Nursing Students will be required to complete a Drug Test Packet each semester.

This site includes information for LCCC nursing students.

LCCC Information

Student Handbooks

Health Requirements

Other Student Information    

Associate Degree Nursing Student Accommodations
The Disability Services Office exists to serve the needs of student with disabilities - physical, learning, and/or emotional.  If you are a nursing student with a disability who needs accommodations or assistance, contact Disability Services located in room 234 of the College Center Building at extension 4058.  Within the RN Nursing program, accommodations are based on your diagnosis and the Levels of Competency (outlined in the RN handbook) required for each nursing tier. For the RN program, the professional objectives within the Levels of Competency change and accommodations may change accordingly or be eliminated based on your diagnosis. Please see the Disability Services to determine your accommodations throughout the program.

Links to Sites of Interest

NCLEX Nursing Scholarship
Hurst Review Services, the fastest growing NCLEX Review Company in the country, and the National Organization for Associate Degree of Nursing are pleased to announce our partnership awarding scholarships to students pursuing associate nursing degrees.

The scholarship program is available to prelicensure students enrolled at member ADN schools.

Five scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each will be awarded annually The deadlines are February 1 and September 1. Winners will be announced by NOADN within 60 days of each deadline.

To obtain the application and details of how to submit, click here.