Information and Resources for our Current Nursing Students.

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Health Requirements for Nursing Clinicals

Students in the Mid Nursing Program are expected to maintain a satisfactory level of mental and physical stability to enable and insure a safe and competent level of functioning.

Students are required to complete a health assessment along with having their immunization record current.

  • Current Physical Examination
  • Current Negative TB Test Results (annual proof of results and date read) or negative chest x-ray
  • Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR) Immunizations or Titer
  • Tetanus/Diphtheria/Acellular (TD, Tdap) vaccination or Titer
  • Hepatitis B (proof of shots and dates or Titer; *waivers not accepted for Hep B)
  • Varicella vaccination or Titer
  • Current CPR as required by the program
  • Influenza Vaccination
  • 10-panel Urinalysis Drug Screening Results
  • COVID-19 Vaccinations and Boosters

Nursing Master Syllabi

NCLEX Information

To better assist students in completing the steps to take their NCLEX (State Board Examination), please see the following link to the State of Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs for information.

Nursing Readmission Policy

Students seeking readmission to the Nursing program will need to follow the READMISSION POLICY. Please be aware that readmission is NOT guaranteed to the nursing program if a student fails or withdraws. Please contact the Nursing office for guidance on readmission.

Corporate Screening / ACEMAPP

All Nursing students will be required to create a Corporate Screening account upon acceptance into the program. ACEMAPP is used to track immunizations and BLS requirements. Corporate Screening is used to track students' drug screens and criminal background checks.

The cost for students to purchase their Urine Drug Screen and Immunization Tracker through Corporate Screening is $78.00. The cost of the Criminal Background check is NOT included in the Corporate Screening fee.



Contact Barb Wieszciecinski at 989-317-4625 or

Nursing Association Links

American Association of Colleges of Nursing

AACN's educational, research, governmental advocacy, data collection, publications, and other programs work to establish quality standards for bachelor's- and graduate-degree nursing education, assist deans and directors to implement those standards, influence the nursing profession to improve health care, and promote public support of baccalaureate and graduate education, research, and practice in nursing— the nation's largest health care profession.


American Nurses Association 
The ANA advances the nursing profession by fostering high standards of nursing practice, promoting the economic and general welfare of nurses in the workplace, projecting a positive and realistic view of nursing, and by lobbying the Congress and regulatory agencies on health care issues affecting nurses and the public.

LPN Programs in Michigan


Michigan League for Nursing 
Since its inception 50 years ago the Michigan League for Nursing has provided a voice and a forum for dialogue for nursing educators at all levels of education, practice clinicians and the public on nursing care and nursing education in Michigan.


Michigan Licensed Practical Nurses Association 
“Working to Promote, Support & Protect the Profession of Practical Nursing”


Michigan Nurses Association 
The mission of the Michigan Nurses Association is to represent, promote and advocate for registered professional nurses, nursing practice and quality patient outcomes.


Michigan Student Nurses Association

MSNA is a non-profit constituent of the National Student Nurses Association, representing nursing students throughout the state of Michigan.


NANDA International 
The future of nursing practice is in our hands. It's up to us to define our own work. We need to make sure that the important judgments we make and the language that expresses them are deeply valued. That's what NANDA International is all about.


National Black Nurses Association 
The associations mission is to provide a forum for collective action by African American nurses to "investigate, define and determine what the health care needs of African Americans are and to implement change to make available to African Americans and other minorities health care commensurate with that of the larger society."


National League for Nursing 
The National League for Nursing is the preferred membership organization for nurse faculty and leaders in nursing education. NLN members include nurse educators, education agencies, health care agencies, and interested members of the public. The NLN offers faculty development programs, networking opportunities, testing and assessment, nursing research grants, and public policy initiatives to its 20,000 individual and 1100 institutional members.


National Organization for the Associate Degree Nursing 
The National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (N-OADN) is the leading advocate for associate degree nursing education and practice, and promotes collaboration in charting the future of health care education and delivery.


National Student Nurses' Association 
National Student Nurses' Association mentors the professional development of future nurses and facilitates their entrance into the profession by providing educational resources, leadership opportunities, and career guidance.


Sigma Theta Tau International- Honor Society of Nursing 
The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International provides leadership and scholarship in practice, education and research to enhance the health of all people. We support the learning and professional development of our members who strive to improve nursing care worldwide. Membership is by invitation to baccalaureate and graduate nursing students who demonstrate excellence in scholarship, and to nurse leaders exhibiting exceptional achievements in nursing.


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Travel Nursing Travel Nursing is a career portal that connects licensed nurses to short-term assignments at hospitals throughout the country. Traveling nurses receive hands-on training, which expands their nursing skills and helps them adapt to a variety of clinical settings. Travel nursing assignments provide the chance to work with some of the best doctors and medical professionals in the world.


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The article highlights some of the current issues in nursing education as well as the benefits of advancing one's education.