Current Student Updates

Undergraduate Elective - NUEL 394: Issues in Global Health

Dear Undergraduate Students,

You can now register for a unique global health opportunity to participate in a course with visiting students from Japan and South Korea with the elective NUEL 394: Special Topics – Issues in Global Health (CRN: 41212, for 3 Credits in Fall 2017*).

Please see below for more information.

Issues in Global Health is a Fall 2017*, 2-week course, that takes place this summer

Author: 
Natalie Meza
Email: 
nmeza1@uic.edu

Fall 2017 College of Nursing Electives List

Dear Students,

Below is a listing of electives that will be offered Fall 2017.  If you are interested in any of the following courses, please make an appointment with your advisor to discuss your program plans.  The course must be listed in your program plans in order to receive the permits necessary to register.  For more details regarding the courses, please visit the complete schedule on the portal (https://ossswebcs.admin.uillinois.edu/PORTAL_UIC/classsch.html). 

Thank you!

 

Author: 
Erika Boyko
Email: 
eboyko@uic.edu

Basic Physical Exam Course

Dear Nursing Colleagues and Students:

Once again this summer I'm offering a refresher course for R.N.s (or soon to be R.N.s) of the basic wellness exam ages 6 years and above, using both online and in-lab practice time.

See attached flyer for more information.

This course is ideal for:

Author: 
Dr. Marlene Sefton
Email: 
marsmith@uic.edu

GSNO Official Google Group

Dear Students:

GSNO has an official Google Group for sharing information. Click the link below and sign in to your Google account to become a member. Students who join the group will be considered official members of the Graduate Student Nurses Organization.

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/uic_gsno

Warmly,

GSNO Executive Board

Erin Beckman

President of GSNO
Grad Entry MS

773 676 3879 (cell)

Author: 
Erin Beckman

UIC Chicago Student and External Resources Card

Students, 

In light of the federal administration’s new approach to immigration enforcement. The University and the College of Nursing are committed to addressing issues around immigration and their effect on our students. Please see the attached Resource Guide which contains a list of internal and external resources to support you.

The Office of Academic Programs has printed copies in 8x11 and 5x7 sizes as well. 

Student Resources

Author: 
Heather Sadilek
Email: 
hsadilek@uic.edu

What does the hold on my UIC account mean? A handy guide for students!

With summer/fall registration approaching, students sometimes discover they have a UIC account hold preventing their registration. The attached guide provides students with a list of common hold types and contact information to have their hold removed.

For more information regarding a UIC account hold:

  1. Go to your My UIC account
  2. Click on “Registration & Records” tab
  3. On left side of page, click on “Student Records and Transcripts” link
  4. Click on “View Holds” link
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Author: 
Heather Sadilek
Email: 
hsadilek@uic.edu

CON Student Compliance Reminder

As a student in the College of Nursing, a major part of your learning takes place in a clinical setting with hands‐on interaction with patients, families, and other healthcare professionals. As such, the college abides by the strict terms of our contracts with our clinical partners which require that all students are clinically compliant. It is the students’ responsibility to maintain their own clinical compliance with the College of Nursing.

Helpful tips!

Author: 
Heather Sadilek
Email: 
hsadilek@uic.edu

2017 Sitting for Licensure in Illinois

Hello Students,

We hope your final semester is going well! We’re sure you’ve had NCLEX on your mind for some time and we wanted to provide you with additional details regarding applying for licensure and the part the College plays in this process.

Overview

The NCLEX exam and licensure/registration with a regulatory body/board of Nursing are connected. A graduate must apply for licensure within a state and apply for the NCLEX to receive Authorization to Test (ATT). See diagram.

Roles and responsibilities

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Author: 
Clare K Delaney
Email: 
clared@uic.edu

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