Student handbooks are available in PDF format for easy of viewing, searching and printing. You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to access the PDF documents.
DNP Clinical Handbook:
- BSN students must use the handbook of their entry point to the professional program. Updates to policies such as uniforms or clinical requirements may occur and students will be notified of these changes.
- MEPN students must use the handbook of their entry point to the professional program. Updates to policies such as uniforms or clinical requirements may occur and students will be notified of these changes.
- RN-MSN students must use the most recent handbook available.
- DNP students must follow the most recent program and clinical handbooks available, which will reflect any updates to clinical or DNP project policies.
- PhD students must follow the most recent handbook available.
- Dual DNP/PhD students must follow all regulations and policies applicable to both program handbooks and the clinical handbook.
- Certificate students must follow the DNP program handbook and clinical handbook.
Obligation to Self-Report - Health-care Professionals
Arizona law (A.R.S. § 32-3208) requires licensed health professionals and health-care professionals seeking licensure to report certain criminal charges to their professional licensing boards within 10 working days after a charge is filed. Health-care professionals subject to these reporting obligations must make these reports irrespective of whether they believe that patient safety has been compromised or could be compromised by behavior giving rise to such charge. Failure to make a report to the appropriate licensing board is considered unprofessional conduct.
Doctoral Student Documents
The following documents are for students in the DNP and PhD programs. The directions and policies related to each form are available in the DNP and PhD handbooks.
For more information contact:
Office of Student Support & Community Engagement
Location: College of Nursing, Room 112
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone: (520) 626-3808 or 1-800-288-6158