The Department of Nursing follows the CSUB nondiscrimination policy, and students requesting accommodations should contact the Disability Services office. A student with a disability must have the disability verified by the Services for Students with Disabilities office at CSUB. It is to the student's advantage to do this as soon as possible in the quarter to ensure that approved accommodations can be granted in a timely manner. Students requesting accommodations must demonstrate their ability to meet the Essential Functions.
If, after admission to the nursing program, a student develops a physical or mental disability that limits his/her ability to meet the Essential Functions, it is the student's responsibility to bring this information to the attention of the clinical faculty before he or she begins the clinical course. If unable to meet the clinical course objectives, the student will not be allowed to participate in clinical activities. The student must provide documentation from his or her physician prior to returning to clinical which states that the student is able to meet the Essential Functions.
The Essential Functions form must be signed dated and submitted to the Department of Nursing prior to start of your classes. You will complete this form annually certifying that you are able to meet the essential functions required by the Department of Nursing.
Download the Essential Functions form: click here