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Attendance is mandatory in all scheduled classes and practica. Absences place students in academic jeopardy. If absent, progress and continuation in the course may be at risk. Make-up time and assignments will be required for all absences and tardiness.

At the discretion of the faculty a student will be asked to withdraw from a course if the following absences or tardiness are exceeded:

Laboratory or Clinical Practicum

Absence - Two absences from scheduled laboratory or clinical experience regardless of time involved or clinical allocation.

Tardiness - Tardiness of greater than 30 minutes in a scheduled laboratory or clinical experience to be counted as one absence at the discretion of the instructor.

Note: Regardless of attendance, a student may fail a practicum at any time during the semester for either a pattern of unsafe nursing behavior or a particularly serious incident of unsafe nursing behavior. At the faculty's discretion a learning plan may be put in place based upon the student's performance. Once a student is informed that s/he is failing a clinical course withdrawal from that course is no longer an option.

Non-Laboratory/Non-clinical courses

Absence: In a 2 credit course, maximum of three class hours.
In a 3 credit course, maximum of four class hours.
In a 4 credit course, maximum of five class hours.

Tardiness: Tardiness of greater than ten minutes is counted as one absence.

 

 


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