11: School of Nursing

General Information | B.S. in Nursing | Course Descriptions | Faculty

Philosophy | The Nursing Major | Purpose and Objectives of the Undergraduate Program
Facilities and Resources | Cooperating Institutions and Agencies | Counseling
Student Activities and Honors | Awards and Honors | Additional Expenses | Part-time Employment
Special Student Status | Academic Standing | Readmission after Suspension or Voluntary Withdrawal
Leave of Absence | Course Load | Credit/No Credit Grades | Professional Status upon Graduation

Special Student Status

A special student is one who is permitted to take selected undergraduate courses in the School of Nursing without being a candidate for any degree. Enrollment in courses is restricted to courses with the NUIP or NURS prefix. Non-degree students are not eligible to take required nursing courses with the NUCO (Nursing Core) prefix. Special students are permitted to enroll in courses only by permission of instructor and if there is space available. Special students must complete the required special student request form and return the form to the Academic Data Coordinator in the School of Nursing at least two weeks prior to final registration for fall and spring semesters.

Continue to: Academic Standing
Return to: Chapter 11 Index