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Student Handbook 2017 School of Nursing, Stony Brook University. All rights reserved.School of NursingHealth Sciences Center, Level 2Stony Brook, New York 11794-8240631.444.3200

TABLE OF CONTENTSSECTIONS1S1.1RecruitmentProgram CodesS2.S2.1AdmissionsADMISSION REQUIREMENTBasic Baccalaureate Program;12 Month Accelerated Baccalaureate Program; Registered NurseBaccalaureate Program; Master of Science Degree; MastersCompletion Program; Post-Graduate Certificate Program; Doctor of Nursing PracticeProgram;Professional Standards for Admission and RetentionRegistrationPre-RegistrationAdd/Drop/SWAP ProcessWithdrawalCourse WaiverStudent Guidelines for Requesting a Course WaiverChallenge Evaluation ProcessProcedure to Apply for the Challenge Academic ProgressionBasic Baccalaureate Program and Accelerated Baccalaureate ProgramRegistered Nurse Baccalaureate ProgramRegistered Nurse BS/MS ProgramMaster of Science ProgramPost-Graduate Certificate ProgramMaster’s Completion ProgramDoctor of Nursing Practice ProgramAcademic SanctionsAcademic Warning: Policy, Procedure to Place Student on Academic Warning forNursing Courses, Procedure for Student Placed on Academic Warning for Non-NursingRequired Courses; Return to Satisfactory Academic StandingAcademic Jeopardy: Policy, ProcedureDeceleration: Policy; ProcedureSuspension: Policy; ProcedureTermination: Policy; ProcedureAppeals Process for Academic Sanction: Policy; ProcedureFailure of a Required Nursing CourseClinical Course 4.3Academic SupportFinancial AidPeer SupportAdvisementBasic Concepts of AdvisementAdvisor ResponsibilitiesAdvisee Responsibilities

S4.4.4S4.5S4.5.1Office of Student Affairs ResponsibilitiesChange of StatusLeave of Absence .3S5.2.4S5.2.5S5.2.6S5.3S5.4S5.4.1Criteria for GradingEvaluation of StudentsGeneral PoliciesProcedure for Progression of Undergraduate StudentsProcedure for Progression of Advanced Practice Graduate StudentsGrading PoliciesGrading SystemIncompletesHNG 582 Continuing CourseworkReservedWithdrawalNo RecordGuidelines for Written MaterialsClinical Evaluation of Undergraduate StudentsGuidelines for Evaluation of Clinical Practice in Undergraduate Students:The “Pass” Student; the “Fail” StudentGuidelines for Evaluation of Clinical Practice in Graduate .6.1.66.6.1.76.6.1.8Academic Integrity, Academic Honesty/Dishonesty FormAcademic HonestyAcademic DishonestyProcedures for Addressing Academic DishonestyClasswork; Clinical PerformancePenalties: Classwork; Clinical PerformanceOther Categories of Academic DishonestyAppealsProcedures for Hearing Cases of Academic Dishonesty, Hearing BoardsStudent AppealsConfidentialityStudent Conduct Code and Professional BehaviorStudent Conduct CodeRespect for PersonsRespect for PropertyEnvironmental Health and SafetySecurity of Buildings, Facilities, the Campus and Motor Vehicle/Parking RegulationsIntegrity of Transactions and RecordsResponsible Use of Information TechnologyPolicy on Protected Health Information (HIPAA)Policy on Access to Student Records (FERPA)S6.Academic Integrity, Academic Honesty/Dishonesty6.6.2The ANA Code of EthicS6.7 Determination of Sanctions: Multiple or Repeated Violations ;Sanctions Pertaining to allStudents, Verbal warning, Written warning, Restitution, Special Restrictions or Loss of Privileges,Disciplinary Probation, Suspension from the University, Expulsion from the University, University orResidential Service & Educational Projects and Programs

S6.8School of Nursing Complementary Policy on the Responsible Conduct ofResearch and Scholarship .2S8.2.3S8.2.4Academic GrievancesProcedure for Handling Grievances: Filing of Grievance, Hearing of GrievanceStudent Access to Academic RecordsProcedures: Inspection of Student RecordsUniversity StipulationsRecords of AccessCampus Crime ReportsProcedure: Challenge to the Content of Educational RecordsDirectory Tracking InformationInquires/RequestsRelated FormsRelated S9.2.6S9.3S9.3.1S9.4S9.5Professional Responsibilities for Clinical ExperiencesDress CodeClinical EquipmentMinimal EquipmentEquipment for Community ExperienceTransportationClinical SchedulesClinical AbsencesWeather Emergencies and Clinical AttendanceLearning Disabled StudentsDefinitionLearning Disabilities and the LawPolicy Regarding Learning Disabled .3.3S10.3.4Student Health ServicesHealth InsuranceHealth Insurance for International Students Enrolled for On-Site Academic StudyStudent Primary Health ServicesCounseling Services and Counseling CenterWhen Counseling is HelpfulConfidentialityUniversity Counseling Center ServicesHotlinesS11Equivalent Opportunity/Religious 5S12.1.6S12.1.7S12.1.8S12.1.9Membership in Professional and Scholarly OrganizationsNursing Honor SocietyNursing Knowledge InternationalNursing Building CorporationSigma Theta Tau International Foundation for NursingInternational Academic Nursing AllianceMissionVisionMembershipMembership BenefitsSummary of Benefits

S12.2National Student Nursing y Student GovernmentSchool of Nursing Student GovernmentBy-LawsHealth Science Center Student AssociationStudent Polity AssociationGraduate Student OrganizationS14Graduation Clearance ProcessS15Graduation ons for Advanced Practice CertificationInstructions for Nurse Practitioner CertificationNew York State CertificationNon-New York State Residents and International StudentsInstruction for Nurse Midwifery Certification and Licensure

STONY BROOK UNIVERSITYHEALTH SCIENCES CENTERS1.RecruitmentGeneral recruitment of students to the University is the responsibility of the UndergraduateAdmissions Office. The recruitment of both freshman and transfer students from other colleges,particularly the community colleges, with special emphasis on the three local communitycolleges, Suffolk Community College, Nassau Community College, and Farmingdale StateCollege, is undertaken by the Admissions office.Recruitment specifically to the School of Nursing is the responsibility of the School and isassigned to the Assistant Dean for Academic Services. Recruitment plans and activities aredirected toward achieving the following goal: Recruitment of sufficient numbers of highlyqualified applicants from diverse backgrounds and groups.Recruitment activities, sponsored by the University include a variety of programs offered bothon-site and at various venues. The School of Nursing is invited to have a representative at theseevents. Participation involves providing School of Nursing literature and on-site representationfor groups of applicants at scheduled information sessions.The School also provides pre-Admission advisors who travel away from campus on recruitmentvisits, with brochures and literature specific to the Nursing programs. The School of Nursingmaintains effective communication channels with personnel in the Undergraduate AdmissionsOffice. Meetings are scheduled to communicate changes in admissions policies and proceduresby the School and to review standing requirements. Recruitment activities sponsored by theschool involve the recruitment of applicants to the Basic and Registered Nurse BaccalaureateProgram, the Master of Science Program. Strategies employed involve all of the following: Attendance at high school career days with particular attention to schools in areas withhigh minority enrollments.Attendance at Community College Transfer and Career Days.Preparation of brochures, bulletins and other recruitment materials specific to the Schoolof Nursing.Establishment of monthly information sessions for those students interested in a career inprofessional nursing.Attendance at “Transfer Days” at Associate degree programs.Individual appointments are scheduled as requested.Attendance at national and international nursing organizations, conferences, seminarsand job fairs.Maintain current website links between strategic nursing organizations and the SUNYSchool of Nursing website. www.nursing.stonybrookmedicine.eduPrint advertising in select nursing journals.Academic partnerships with other institutions of higher education and health careorganizations.Published documents contain statements indicating non-discrimination with respect to age,ethnic origin, race and gender. All published documents have and will continue to containstatements indicating non-discrimination. In addition, an effort is made to show pictorially inpublished documents a diverse student population.

S1.1Program CodesStudents apply for admission into either an undergraduate, graduate, post-graduatecertificate or doctoral program offered by the school. Their academic record reflectsthe appropriate program code utilized by the Office of Student Services.SCHOOL OF NURSINGPROGRAM CODEACADEMIC PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONACADEMIC PLAN DESCRIPTIONHNADNDOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICEADULT GERONTOLOGY NURSE PRACTITIONERHNEDNDOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICENURSE MIDWIFERYHNKDNDOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICEPEDIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONERHNLDNDOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICEFAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONERHNMDNDOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICEPSYCHIATRIC / MENTAL HEALTH NURSE PRACTITIONERHNNDNDOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICENEONATAL NURSE PRACTITIONERHNWDNDOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICEWOMEN’S HEALTH NURSE PRACTITIONERHNABDPOST BACCALAUREATE TO DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICEADULT GERONTOLOGY NURSE PRACTITIONERHNEBDPOST BACCALAUREATE TO DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICENURSE MIDWIFERYHNKBDPOST BACCALAUREATE TO DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICEPEDIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONERHNLBDPOST BACCALAUREATE TO DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICEFAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONERHNMBDPOST BACCALAUREATE TO DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICEPSYCHIATRIC / MENTAL HEALTH NURSE PRACTITIONERHNNBDPOST BACCALAUREATE TO DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICENEONATAL NURSE PRACTITIONERHNWBDPOST BACCALAUREATE TO DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICEWOMEN’S HEALTH NURSE PRACTITIONERHNACTPOST GRADUATE CERTIFICATEADULT GERONTOLOGY NURSE PRACTITIONER (ON-SITE)HNAZCPOST GRADUATE CERTIFICATEADULT GERONTOLOGY NURSE PRACTITIONER (DL)HNEZCPOST GRADUATE CERTIFICATENURSE MIDWIFERY (DL)HNKZCPOST GRADUATE CERTIFICATEPEDIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONER (DL)HNLZCPOST GRADUATE CERTIFICATEFAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER (DL)HNHZCPOST GRADUATE CERTIFICATENURSING LEADERSHIP PROGRAMHNUZCPOST GRADUATE CERTIFICATENURSING EDUCATION PROGRAMHNMZCPOST GRADUATE CERTIFICATEPSYCHIATRIC / MENTAL HEALTH NURSE PRACTITIONER (DL)HNNZCPOST GRADUATE CERTIFICATENEONATAL NURSE (DL)HNAMSMASTER OF SCIENCEADULT GERONTOLOGY NURSE PRACTITONER (ON-SITE)HNAZMMASTER OF SCIENCEADULT GERONTOLOGY NURSE PRACTITIONER (DL)HNAZ2MASTER OF SCIENCEADULT GERONTOLOGY NURSE PRACTITIONER BS/MS (DL)HNEPZMASTER OF SCIENCENURSE MIDWIFERY COMPLETION (DL)HNCBSBACHELOR OF SCIENCEREGISTERED NURSE TO BACCALAUREATE P/THNCZBBACHELOR OF SCIENCEREGISTERED NURSE TO BACCALAUREATE P/T (DL)HNAZBBACHELOR OF SCIENCEBS/MS ADULT GERONTOLOGY NURSE PRACTITIONER (DL)HNKZBBACHELOR OF SCIENCEBS/MS PEDIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONER (DL)HNEZBBACHELOR OF SCIENCEBS/MS NURSE MIDWIFERY (DL)HNLZBBACHELOR OF SCIENCEBS/MS FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER (DL)HNNZBBACHELOR OF SCIENCEBS/MS NEONATAL (DL)HNMZBBACHELOR OF SCIENCEHNEZ2MASTER OF SCIENCEBS/MS PSYCHIATRIC / MENTAL HEALTH NURSE PRACTITIONER(DL)NURSE MIDWIFERY BS/MS (DL)HNEZMMASTER OF SCIENCENURSE MIDWIFERY (DL)HNIB2BACHELOR OF SCIENCENURSING BASIC TWO YEARHNIB1BACHELOR OF SCIENCENURSING ACCELERATED ONE YEARHNHZMMASTER OF SCIENCENURSING LEADERSHIP PROGRAMHNUZMMASTER OF SCIENCENURSING EDUCATION PROGRAMHNLPZMASTER OF SCIENCEFAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER COMPLETION (DL)HNKZ2MASTER OF SCIENCEPEDIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONER BS/MS (DL)HNKZMMASTER OF SCIENCEPEDIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONER (DL)HNLZ2MASTER OF SCIENCEFAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER BS/MS (DL)HNLZMMASTER OF SCIENCEFAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER (DL)

HNMZMMASTER OF SCIENCEPSYCHIATRIC / MENTAL HEALTH NURSE PRACTITIONER (DL)HNMZ2MASTER OF SCIENCEPSYCHIATRIC / MENTAL HEALTH NURSE PRACTITIONER BS/MS (DL)HNNZMMASTER OF SCIENCENEONATAL NURSE PRACTITIONER(DL)HNNZ2MASTER OF SCIENCENEONATAL NURSE PRACTITIONER BS/MS (DL)HNNPZMASTER OF SCIENCENEONATAL NURSE PRACTITIONER C0MPLETION (DL)HNKPZMASTER OF SCIENCEPEDIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONER COMPLETION (DL)HNAPZMASTER OF SCIENCEADULT GERONTOLOGY NURSE PRACTITIONER COMPLETION (DL)HSNGNHSNDNNON-MATRIC NURSING GRADUATEON-SITENON-MATRIC NURSING (PROVISIONAL)HSNINNON-MATRIC NURSING (CONDITIONAL)HSNUNNON-MATRIC UNDERGRADUATE ON-SITEHSNZGNON-MATRIC GRADUATE DISTANCE LEARNINGHSNZUNON-MATRIC UNDERGRADUATE DISTANCE LEARNINGS2.AdmissionsThe School of Nursing, like other Health Sciences schools sets the standards for admissions.Within the School, the Committee on Admissions and Academic Standards (AAS) recommendsall policies regarding admission and academic standards to the Dean. A School of Nursingapplication is provided to applicants on the School of Nursing website,www.nursing.stonybrookmedicine.com. Completed applications, with three letters ofrecommendation and all other supporting materials, are reviewed by members of the AASCommittee and recommendations are made to the Dean for admission to the School. Apersonal interview may be required for qualified applicants for selected programs. Applicationsreceived after deadline dates and incomplete applications may be excluded from consideration.In select situations, students may begin studies as non-matriculated students only bypermission. A maximum of six (6) non-clinical credits may earned prior to matriculation. Thestudent must file an application for admission to matriculated status. Non-matriculated studydoes not guarantee admission to the School. Pre-requisite coursework must adhere toUniversity policy.S2.1Admission RequirementsCourses required for admission to a graduate program may not be more than five (5) years,unless included in a completed earned degree. Furthermore, all students must complete allprogram requirements in the School of Nursing within five (5) years, inclusive of leaves ofabsence.Two-Year Basic Baccalaureate Nursing ProgramApplicants to the Two-Year Basic Baccalaureate Program are required to meet the following admissioncriteria: 57 college credits (see the required courses listed below), with a minimum grade of C or better.A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8 is required.Admission Requirements Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8 is required57 college credits with a grade C or betterin the following courses

Required CoursesEnglish al PsychologyMicrobiology/LabAnatomy and Physiology I/LabAnatomy and Physiology II/LabChemistryStatisticsHumanitiesFine ArtsUS HistoryGlobal IssuesSecond Semester of Elementary Foreign Language*ElectivesTotal CreditsCredits33334443363333957 minimumSelect courses required for admission and from the School of Nursing curriculum together meet therequirements of the Stony Brook Curriculum (SBC). The SBC provides our students with a diverseeducational foundation that will facilitate lifelong active and adaptive learning and inspire engagedglobal citizenship.*Stony Brook University students who satisfy the skill level 3 requirement for foreign language will fulfillthe foreign language admission requirement for the School of Nursing. However, the number ofrequired elective credits must increase from 9 to 12 in order to meet the minimum requirement of 57credits.Additional Application Requirements Application and written statementPaid application fee or approved waiverUnofficial transcripts from all colleges/universities attendedThree letters of recommendationCompletion of three prerequisite sciences by the application deadlineMeet the Professional Standards For Admission and Retention (see below)Additional Requirements upon Admission Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attendedCertification in Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers (BLS) w/ AEDEvidence of meeting University health requirementsEvidence of health insuranceEvidence of student malpractice insuranceAll prerequisite classes must be completed prior to the start of the programTechnical Requirements

Accelerated Baccalaureate ProgramApplicants to the Accelerated Bachelor of Science Program are required to meet the followingadmission criteria: Completed Bachelor’s degree, minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8 and the followingprerequisite courses listed below with a minimum grade of C or better.Admission Requirements B.A. or B.S. DegreeMinimum cumulative GPA 2.8 and grades of C or higher in the following courses:Required CoursesCreditsMicrobiology/Lab4Anatomy and Physiology I/Lab4Anatomy and Physiology II/Lab4Chemistry3Statistics3Lifespan/Developmental Psychology 3Additional Application Requirements Application and written statementPaid application fee or approved waiverUnofficial transcripts from all colleges/universities attendedThree letters of recommendationCompletion of three prerequisite sciences by the application deadlineMeet the Professional Standards For Admission and Retention (see below)Additional Requirements upon Admission Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attendedCertification in Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers (BLS) w/ AEDEvidence of meeting University health requirementsEvidence of health insuranceEvidence of student malpractice insuranceAll prerequisite classes must be completed prior to the start of the programTechnical RequirementsRegistered Nurse Baccalaureate ProgramApplicants to the Registered Nurse Baccalaureate Program are required to meet the followingadmission criteria: 57 college credits (see the required courses listed below), with a minimum grade ofC or better. A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required.Admission Requirements Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required

57 college credits with a grade C or betterin the following coursesRequired CoursesEnglish al PsychologyMicrobiology/LabAnatomy and Physiology I/LabAnatomy and Physiology II/LabChemistryStatisticsHumanitiesFine ArtsUS HistoryGlobal IssuesSecond Semester of Elementary Foreign Language*ElectivesTotal CreditsCredits33334443363333957 minimumSelect courses required for admission and from the School of Nursing curriculum together meet therequirements of the Stony Brook Curriculum (SBC). The SBC provides our students with a diverseeducational foundation that will facilitate lifelong active and adaptive learning and inspire engagedglobal citizenship.*Stony Brook University students who satisfy the skill level 3 requirement for foreign language will fulfillthe foreign language admission requirement for the School of Nursing. However, the number ofrequired elective credits must increase from 9 to 12 in order to meet the minimum requirement of 57credits.*The SUNY Transfer Path for Nursing may affect admission requirements for SUNY graduates with anAssociate of Science degree in Nursing. Applicants are urged to attend Information Sessions forfurther advisement regarding admission requirements.Additional Application Requirements Application and written statementPaid application fee or approved waiverUnofficial transcripts from all colleges/universities attendedThree letters of recommendationCompletion of three prerequisite sciences by the application deadlineMeet the Professional Standards For Admission and Retention (see below)Additional Requirements upon Admission

Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attendedCertification in Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers (BLS) w/ AEDEvidence of meetin

S12.2 National Student Nursing Association S13 University Student Government S13.1 School of Nursing Student Government S13.2.1 By-Laws S13.3 Health Science Center Student Association S13.4 Student Polity Association S13.5 Graduate Student Organization S14 Graduation Clearance Process S15 Graduation Requirements

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