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- Nursing Student Handbook
There are several requirements that CSUB nursing students must meet prior to beginning clinical rotations in the nursing program. These requirements meet our contracted agencies’ annual workplace training as mandated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
As newly admitted students (sophomore year), you will have additional requirements to complete prior to attending your mandatory orientation. A list of your requirements can be found under the “Newly Admitted Students” tab to the left. Please be aware these requirements are to be completed prior to your mandatory orientation day.
As returning students (junior and senior year), you will need to meet the annual OSHA requirements prior to your first day of class of fall quarter. A list of your requirements can be found under the “returning students” tab to your left. Your requirements are due prior to the first day of class of fall quarter.
All of these requirements can be found in the Undergraduate Student Policy Handbook. It is your responsibility to complete these requirements and submit the required documentation on time. Failure to complete the requirements will result in not progressing in the nursing program.
I thank you for taking the time to meet these requirements. I wish you the best in the nursing program.
Karen Lillie, MS, PMHN, FNPc, PHN, RN
Undergraduate Program Director