Welcome to your Student Resource Center (SRC). The SRC was designed to assist you in locating necessary resources as well as providing important school and department wide communication in one central place. Stay up-to-date by using your SRC daily.
Welcome back to campus as you embark on a year of new beginnings!
For incoming freshman, you probably found the first few weeks of the semester a time of adjustment, but with the help of all of us – your faculty in the classrooms, your advisors, and your fellow upperclassman, you will hopefully find support to help you adjust to this new and exciting colligate learning environment. To returning undergraduate students, you are about meet new challenges as you take the next steps toward a career in nursing. During the course of the 2019-2020 academic year, I wish you all the best with your academic pursuits. I also urge you to get involved and participate in the Student Nurses Association, Delta Nu Chapter Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society for Nurses activities, community engaged learning volunteer and study abroad opportunities, clubs and other department, school and campus wide happenings that will enrich your student experience. Finally, I would like to recognize our RN to BSN and Graduate student population. Your dedication to advancing your education and professional role is applauded.
Dr. Sharon Byrne
- Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors – Reminder – E-Clinical Portfolios due July 31, 2019 – for more information click here
- August 28, 2019 – First Day of Classes
- October 2019 – White Coat Ceremony.
Congratulations to Dr. Tracy Perron and her students Peter Ricco, Victoria Guerra, and Carly Mastrogiacomo on acceptance of their poster “Population Health and Primary Prevention: A community Engaged Learning Approach to Nursing Research.” This presentation is for the Eastern Nurses Research Society.
- Academic Policies – Undergraduate
- Add/Change Class
- BSN Program Planner
- BSN Brochure
- E-Clinical Portfolio
- Internal Transfer Process
- Degree Program
- Undergraduate Student Resource Guide
RN to BSN Program
- Academic Policies – Graduate
- Graduate Program
School of Nursing, Health, and Exercise Resources