PROGRAM OF STUDY New program of study Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Reminder: Request Official Transcripts

First SemesterBIO 142 (Pre-Req. to NSG 152 and NSG 170)Human Anatomy and Physiology II4NSG 100 Introduction to Nursing Concepts 4NSG 106 Competencies for Nursing Practice2NSG 130 Professional Nursing Concepts1NSG 200 Health Promotion and Assessment3TOTAL CREDITS14Second SemesterBIO 150 (Pre-Req. to NSG 210 and NSG 211)Introductory Microbiology 4NSG 152 Health Care Participant 3NSG 170 Health/Illness Concepts 6TOTAL CREDITS13Third SemesterCST 100 or CST 126Principles of Public Speaking or Interpersonal Communications 3NSG 210 Health Care Concepts I 5NSG 211 Health Care Concepts II 5TOTAL CREDITS13Fourth SemesterPHI 220 Ethics3NSG 270 Nursing Capstone 4NSG 230 Advanced Professional Nursing Groups 2NSG 252 Complex Health Concepts4TOTAL CREDITS13TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS 67

CLINICAL ORIENTATION PACKETS Riverside confidentiality statement Riverside Patriot’s Colony Sentara Williamsburg/Care plex The Chesapeake Mary Immaculate Hospital

RULES AND REGULATIONS The Board may refuse to admit a candidate to any examination, refuse to issue alicense, certificate, or registration to any applicant and may suspend any license,certificate, registration, or multistate licensure privilege for a stated period orindefinitely, or revoke any license, certificate, registration, or multistate licensureprivilege, or censure or reprimand any licensee, certificate holder, registrant, ormultistate licensure privilege holder, or place him on probation for such time as itmay designate for any of the following causes:

RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. Fraud or deceit in procuring or attempting to procure a license, certificate, or registration; 2. Unprofessional conduct; 3. Willful or repeated violation of any of the provisions of this chapter; 4. Conviction of any felony or any misdemeanor involving moral turpitude; 5. Practicing in a manner contrary to the standards of ethics or in such a manner as to make hispractice a danger to the health and welfare of patients or to the public; 6. Use of alcohol or drugs to the extent that such use renders him unsafe to practice, or any mental orphysical illness rendering him unsafe to practice; 7. The denial, revocation, suspension or restriction of a license, certificate, registration, or multistatelicensure privilege to practice in another state, the District of Columbia or a United States possession or territory; or 8. Abuse, negligent practice, or misappropriation of a patient's or resident's property.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK/DRUG TESTING To place your order go to: REGISTER BY: Monday, November 9, 2020 View order results place your initial order, you will be prompted to create your secure myCB account. From within myCB, you will beable to:Upload documentsManage requirementsPlace additional ordersComplete tasksPlease have ready personal identifying information needed for security purposes. The email address is username.Contact Us: 888.914.7279 or [email protected]

CLINICAL DRESS GUIDELINES Unless notified, full uniforms are to be worn for clinical rotations at all hospital sites and at all on-campus skill and sim labs.The Thomas Nelson Community College nursing uniform consists of the following: 1. Teal scrubs with School Emblem and white lab coat (Purchased at Uniform Warehouse)2. White Hose or White Socks (Above the ankles)3. White Nursing Shoes (Closed heels and toes)4. Watch with Second Hand5. Thomas Nelson Community College Name Badge (Purchased at Uniform Warehouse)6. Bandage Scissors7. Stethoscope (Dual Head)8. Blood Pressure Cuff (Adult)9. Hemostat10. Black Pen and Pad11. Pen

One pair of small studs is allowed for pierced ears worn on lobes only. No visible bodypiercing jewelry including tongue piercings or ear gauges can be worn. (No other visible jewelry except for wedding bands (which must be smooth and without settings)and watches. Hair must be worn off the collar while in uniform (includes males and females). Nails should be clean and well groomed and at a length that is not visible above the fingertips. No nail polish or artificial nails are allowed.No tattoos can be visibleHair color must be a naturally occuring hair color.Beards and/or mustaches must be neatly trimmed.Eating, drinking, and chewing gum are not allowed on the clinical unit.Smoking, vaping, e-cigarettes, or the use of any tobacco products will not be allowed at anytime before, during, or after the clinical experience or while on the premises of the health careor the on-campus lab facilities, including the parking lots.Personal appearance and hygiene must adhere to professional standards. Students must beclean, odor free of perfumes, body scents or other scents, including cigarette smoke.

COVID POLICIES Self Assessment prior to in person labs, simulations, and clinical Temperature Checks Face Covering/Face Shields/Goggles Social Distancing Disinfecting TNCC COVID assumption of risk form

UNIFORMS Order uniforms at Uniform Warehouse. Orders will be taken on November 6 through 11 between the hours of 10:30AM and 4:30 PM (Closed on Sundays). Payment is due at the time of theorder by Cash or Credit Card; personal checks are not accepted. Due toCOVID restrictions, only 2 customers are allowed in the store at one time.Students will need to call 757-595-6794 upon arrival in the parking lot andwait to be called into the store. Mask and social distancing is required. Allfitting rooms remain closed, but assistance with sizing will be provided.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND IMMUNIZATIONS Please use the physical forms and information in [Physical Exam Forms] to obtain thefollowing: Physical exam 2-step PPD -- Complete the survey portion at the top. Your provider will complete the middle boxfor Step 1, and you will return to your provider 2 weeks later to complete Step 2. Your providerwill need to complete both the Thomas Nelson form [TNCC PPD Form] and the Sentara form.[Sentara TB Form] 2020-21 flu shot documentation [TNCC Flu Consent Form] (to be completed by your provider)will be processed in September when the new flu serum becomes available. At that time directionand information will be provided, but this form along with your provider receipt anddocumentation are to be returned the nursing office.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND IMMUNIZATIONSfor your immunization history to include: 4. Providei. 2documentationMMR vaccines or positive titer ii. 2 Varicella vaccines or positive titer (history of chicken pox is not sufficient) [CDCVaricella Information]iii. 3 HepB vaccines, positive titer, or new 2 vaccine HepB-CpG series, or sign theHepB declination waiver[HepB Declination Waiver] HepB is the only requirement that can be waived. [CDCHepB Information]iv. Current TDapDocumentation for all of the above physical requirements is due Friday, December 18,2020. Please email separate PDF files for:a. Physical Exam formsb. Thomas Nelson PPD formc. Sentara PPD formd. Immunization History documentation includes MMR, Varicella, HepB & Tdap

CPR Provide a copy of your AHA BLS Certification for HealthcareProviders. Please contact the American Heart Association for moreinformation and follow their direction for BLS for Healthcare Providers. Pleasescan a copy of your new or current CPR certification to [email protected].

POLICIES AND FORMS TO RETURN Release of Waiver of Liability, Release of CBC & Personal Information forClinical, Off Campus Use of equipment, Latex Response Plan, PhotoVideotape Release form, and student program policy agreement. Please email these to [email protected] due 12/18/20.

NURSING PROGRAM POLICIES Attendance Policy Cell phone policy Dress Code Professional Behavior/Honor Code Communication Progression Complete program policies are found on : and resources

NURSING PROGRAM APPROXIMATE STUDENT EXPENSESTUITION (as of May 2019)(Per Semester)Virginia / Out-of-State Resident (per credit) 160.20/ 357.80(Includes Auxiliary, Parking, Technical & Institution Fees)TEXTBOOKS 1,900.00UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENTEstimated 450*Available for purchase at Uniform WarehouseVACCINATIONS AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSEstimate 600BACKGROUND CHECK AND DRUG SCREEN 120.00STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION (SNA) MEMBERSHIPAnnual Dues (Strongly Recommended) ( 30/year x 2 years) 60.00NCLEX LICENSURE PREPARATION AND TESTING 660.00Nursing Achievement Tests for NCLEX Preparation [includes on-site NCLEX review course at end of program] ( 165/semester)NCLEX State Board Examination 450.00GRADUATION EXPENSESNursing Cap (Optional) 12.00 0.00- 100.00 Nursing Pin (Optional) (Prices vary based on upgrades; College pays for sterling silver)APPROXIMATE EXPENSES LISTED ABOVE 4,074.00APPROXIMATE TOTAL TUITION FOR 67 CREDITS (AS OF 03/26/18)TOTAL PROGRAM EXPENSES 14,807.40All costs are approximate and subject to change. 10,733.40



ODU CONCURRENT ENROLLMENTThe concurrent enrollment nursing student will complete all ODU BSN nursing courses Online while concurrentlyenrolled in prelicensure nursing courses at an affilated institution. For more information, visit this current-enrollmentAdvisors work with students to develop an individual plan of study to fulfill all requirements. This programcontributes to the BSN prepared workforce as well as prepares RNs for graduate programs by creating aseamless progression from the AAS to the BSN. Following graduation from the prelicensure program andsuccessful completion of the NCLEX RN licensure exam, the student will be awarded 33 nursing transfer creditstoward completion of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree. The student will complete an additional 33nursing credits at ODU. Fall, spring, and summer enrollment is available.For assistance, please email a copy of your transcripts to our intakeadvisors as follows. If your last name begins with:A-K contact Todd Marville [email protected],L-Z contact Mark Pryor [email protected]

CONTACT INFORMATION Nursing office Hampton III Suite 747 Office currently closed- All faculty teleworking 825-2808 [email protected]


Sep 20, 2010 · Sentara Williamsburg/Care plex . The Thomas Nelson Community College nursing uniform consists of the following: . The concurrent enrollment nursing student will complete all ODU BSN nursing courses Online while concurrently enrolled in prelicensure nursing courses at an affi