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1 The provisions in this manual are based on Hartnell College policies and services and are subject to change. Material cited does not constitute an irrevocable contract between any applicant or student and the program. Hartnell College is not responsible for misrepresentation that might arise as a result of updates after publication or from errors occurring in the preparation of this handbook. Students are encouraged to use the links provided for detailed information.

2 Table of Contents Policy Policy Title Page 1a Content Expert: Nursing 3 1b Content Expert: Respiratory Care Practitioner 4-5 2a Admission Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health Program 6-8 2b Re-Admission to the Nursing and Allied Health Program: Good Standing/Elective Withdrawal (Leave of Absence) c Re-Admission to the Nursing and Allied Health Program: Unsatisfactory Standing: Withdrawal/Dismissal d Admissions: Transfer and Placement: Registered Nursing Program e Admissions: Transfer and Placement: Respiratory Care Practitioner Program f Selection Criteria for Admission: Registered Nursing Program g Selection Criteria for Admission: Vocational Nursing Certificate Program h Selection Criteria for Admission: Respiratory Care Practitioner Program Attendance Policy a Clinical Placement: Faculty 33 4b Clinical Placement: Students c Clinical Faculty: Student Ratio d Faculty Orientation and Remediation Conflict Resolution Procedure 40 6a Dress Code: Faculty 41 6b Dress Code: Students Student Impairment Grading Criteria in the Nursing and Allied Health Program Medication Administration a Examination Development and Review b Examination Administration High Fidelity Simulation Confidentiality and Professionalism Graduation and Pinning Gifts from Students 75 2

3 Policy 1a CONTENT EXPERT: NURSING PURPOSE To assure timely and relevant curriculum review, and to recognize faculty members as content experts. RESPONSIBILITY A. Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health 1. Annually review the Nursing and Allied Health Policy and Procedure Manual. 2. Assign qualified faculty (content expert) for content review. B. Nursing and Allied Health Faculty 1. Annually review the Nursing and Allied Health Policy and Procedure Manual. 2. Identify qualified faculty (content experts) for content review. 3. Participate in curriculum revision and function as a member of the curriculum committee. C. Content Expert 1. Review curriculum content in assigned area(s). 2. Act as a consultant to the faculty on content area(s). 3. Function as a member of the nursing curriculum committee. POLICY I. POLICY STATEMENT The faculty and staff of the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health ensure the timely and relevant curriculum program review. Qualified faculty review and recommend all curricular changes within the specialty. The specialty areas include Medical Surgical, Mental Health, Obstetrics, Pediatrics and Geriatrics. II. PROCEDURE A. Nursing and Allied Health curriculum meetings are held during the academic year for curriculum review and revision. B. The content expert reviews nursing courses to assure (1) currency of content, (2) appropriateness of content, and (3) logical progression of subject matter. C. The content expert is cognizant of changing trends in the assigned content area through professional journals, workshops, courses, and clinical experiences. D. The content expert acts as a consultant to the faculty and a resource for evidence - based content. E. Minutes for all nursing curriculum meetings include all actions, recommendations, and revisions. F. Changes to the curriculum are reviewed and approved by the appropriate academic committees and the regulatory bodies, as appropriate. Original: 06/26/12 Reviewed/Revised: 04/13; 05/13; 05/13; 04/14; 05/14; 06/14 Approved: 05/13; 06/14;07/14, 3/15 3

4 Policy 1b CONTENT EXPERT: RESPIRATORY CARE PRACTITIONER PURPOSE To assure timely and relevant curriculum review, and to recognize faculty members as content experts. RESPONSIBILITY A. Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health 1. Annually review the Nursing and Allied Health Policy and Procedure Manual. 2. Assign qualified faculty (content expert) for content review. B. Respiratory Care Practitioner Faculty 1. Annually review the Nursing and Allied Health Policy and Procedure Manual 2. Identify qualified faculty (content experts) for content review. 3. Participate in curriculum revision and function as a member of the curriculum committee. C. Content Expert 1. Review curriculum content in assigned area(s). 2. Act as a consultant to the faculty on content area(s). 3. Function as a member of the RCP curriculum committee. POLICY I. POLICY STATEMENT The faculty and staff of the Hartnell College Respiratory Care Practitioner (RCP) Program ensure the RCP curriculum is current and relevant through regular review. A qualified content expert reviews and recommends curricular changes within the specialty. Qualified faculty (content experts) are identified in the following areas as required by the Commission of Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC): a. Adult b. Geriatric c. Newborn d. Pediatric e. Health promotion, education, and disease management f. Principles of healthcare reimbursement g. Principles of evaluating scientific literature h. Medical ethics i. Provision of healthcare services to patients with transmissible diseases j. Provision of services and management of patients with special needs k. Community respiratory health l. Medical emergencies m. Legal and ethical aspects of respiratory care practice 4

5 Policy 1b II. PROCEDURE A. RCP curriculum meetings are held during the academic year for curriculum review and revision. B. The content expert reviews course content to assure (1) currency of content, (2) appropriateness of content; and (3) logical progression of subject matter. C. The content expert is cognizant of changing trends in assigned content area through professional journals, workshops, courses, and clinical experiences. D. The content expert acts as a consultant to the faculty and a resource for evidence - based content. E. Minutes for all RCP curriculum meetings contain all actions, recommendations, and revisions. F. Changes to the curriculum are reviewed and approved by the appropriate academic committees and regulatory bodies, as appropriate. Original: 06/26/12 Reviewed/Revised: 04/13; 05/13; 05/13; 04/14; 05/14; 06/14 Approved: 05/13; 06/14;07/14, 3/15 5

6 Policy 2a ADMISSION TO THE HARTNELL COLLEGE NURSING AND ALLIED HEALTH PROGRAM PURPOSE To establish guidelines for admission to Hartnell College s Registered Nursing, Vocational Nursing, and Respiratory Care Practitioner programs of study. RESPONSIBILITY A. Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health 1. Annually review the Nursing and Allied Health Program Policy and Procedure Manual. 2. Coordinate standardized testing, if required for admission. 3. Review and approve qualified applicants forwarded by Admissions/Selection Committee. 4. Notify the Admission/Selection Committee of students requesting admission after successful completion of remediation, transfer requirements, or leaves of absence. 5. Notify students of admission or denial. B. Nursing and Allied Health Faculty 1. Annually review the Nursing and Allied Health Program Policy and Procedure Manual. 2. Participate on the Admission/Selection Committee as assigned. C. Admission/Selection Committee 1. Annually review and revise all application materials. 2. Review all submitted applications and related materials. 3. Evaluate applications, rank-order qualified applicants, and recommend action. 4. Submit a list of qualified applicants to Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. D. Student 1. Read and seek clarification of: a. Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health Policies and Procedure Manual. b. Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health admission requirements. c. Complete application/admission requirements by stated deadline. POLICY I. POLICY STATEMENT Hartnell College provides the leadership and resources necessary to ensure that students have equal access to quality education. All students are afforded the opportunity to pursue admission to the Hartnell College Registered Nursing (RN), Vocational Nursing (VN), or Respiratory Care Practitioner (RCP) Programs of study. II. PROCEDURE A. The RN and RCP programs have a four-semester curriculum, admitting a new class each Fall semester. B. The VN has a 12-month year round program, admitting a new class each summer. 6

7 Policy 2a C. All prerequisite courses must be completed before applying for admission to the first semester/module of the RN, VN, or RCP program. D. Applicants are responsible for obtaining the most recent application policy and procedure information. Current requirements and procedures for application can be obtained from the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health Program office, academic counselors, and the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health website. (http://www.hartnell.edu/nursingandalliedhealth/) E. Applicants are responsible for notifying the Nursing and Allied Health administrative personnel of changes in address, , and telephone numbers. F. Students denied acceptance should meet with a Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health counselor to discuss their educational plans and reapplication opportunities. G. Enrolled students requesting a leave of absence or after succesful remediation must submit to the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health a letter stating projected readmission date. H. ADMISSION: Applicant 1. Meet with a Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health counselor to review appropriate prerequisites and screening requirements for admission. 2. Apply for admission to Hartnell College, if not currently enrolled as a student. 3. Download an application packet from the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health web site. (http://www.hartnell.edu/nursingandalliedhealth/) 4. Complete the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health application for admission. 5. All required documentation must be submitted by the deadline stated on the application. There are no exceptions. I. Application Documents: 1. Transcripts: Only official transcripts will be accepted. The transcripts must be unopened and possess the official seal of the college registrar. a. One (1) official Hartnell College transcript. b. Two (2) official transcripts from every college attended submitted with application packet. c. One (1) official high school transcript, GED report, or proficiency report. 2. Foreign transcript evaluation, by an outside credential evaluator. Their evaluations must be done before a Request for Course-to-Course Evaluation Form can be completed by a Nursing and Allied Health academic counselor. 3. A personal statement on work or volunteer experience, preferably in a healthrelated field in 300 words or less (or one page typed, double-spaced with 12 point font). 4. Course-to-Course Evaluation Form for coursework completed at other colleges or institutions. The form must be signed by a Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health Program counselor. 5. Submit complete the ATI TEAS-V test results with a score of 62% or above for the RN program only. Assessment test scores taken within two years of the application submission date may be accepted. K. If accepted, submit the Acceptance Reply letter to secure student placement. If letter is not received by the stated deadline, the placement is forfeited. 7

8 Policy 2a L. Attend the mandatory student orientation scheduled during the semester/module prior to the beginning of the program. M. Refer to corresponding policy for selection process (Registered Nurse, Policy 2e; Vocational Nurse, Policy 2f; Respiratory Care Practitioner, Policy 2h) N. POSTPONEMENT : 1. Applicants postponing admission must submit a written request to defer to the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health no later than two weeks before the semester begins. 2. Only one postponement of admission will be granted. 3. If the applicant is unable to enter at the second offer, the applicant s admission is voided and the applicant may reapply during a subsequent admission period. Original: 5/17/03 Reviewed/Revised: 02/06; 06/08; 04/13; 05/13; 01/14; 06/14 Approved: 07/11; 5/13; 12/13; 01/14; 06/14; 07/14, 05/15 8

9 Policy 2b RE-ADMISSION TO THE NURSING AND ALLIED HEALTH PROGRAM: GOOD STANDING/ELECTIVE WITHDRAWAL (LEAVE OF ABSENCE) PURPOSE To establish guidelines for students seeking readmission following elective withdrawal/leave of absence (LOA) from the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health Program while in good standing. RESPONSIBILITY A. Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health 1. Annually Review the Nursing and Allied Health Program Policies and procedures Manual. 2. Notify the Admission/Selection Committee of students requesting admission after successful completion of remediation, transfer requirements, or leaves of absence. 3. Review and approve applicant s readmission documents forwarded by Admissions/Selection Committee. 4. Notify students of readmission or denial. B. Nursing and Allied Health Faculty 1. Annually Review the Nursing and Allied Health Program Policies and procedures Manual. 2. Participate on the Admission/Selection Committee as assigned C. Admission/Selection Committee 1. Review and revise all application materials annually. 2. Review all submitted applications and related materials. 3. Identify all qualified applicants: new, transfer, and those requesting readmission following a leave of absence or remediation and recommend action. 4. Submit a list of qualified applicants to Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health D. Student 1. Read and seek clarification of a. Hartnell College and Nursing and Allied Health policies and procedures b. Hartnell College and Nursing and Allied Health admission requirements. 2. Meet with the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health to facilitate the readmission process. 3. Submit a written request for readmission. 4. Submit required application documents, certifications and materials as requested. 5. Complete a remediation plan as required. POLICY I. POLICY STATEMENT Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health encourages and supports the readmission of qualified students who electively withdrew while in good standing ( C or >/=70%). 9

10 Policy 2b II. POLICY A. Definitions 1. Readmission: enrolling in the same semester/module course(s) from which the student previously withdrew in good standing. 2. Good standing: maintaining a passing grade ( C or >/= 70%) in all nursing or respiratory care core courses at the time of withdrawal. Good Standing includes elective withdrawal due to non-performance issues, such as family situations, illness, or surgery. 3. Unsatisfactory standing: withdrawing with less than satisfactory clinical performance or with a non-passing grade in a nursing or respiratory care core course [less than C (< 70%) or no credit ]. (See Policy 2C) B. Students requesting readmission following a leave of absence must 1. Meet with the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. 2. Submit a written request for readmission to the Dean of Academic in Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. 3. Submit required application documents, certifications, and admission requirements. 4. Complete a remediation plan specific to the student s need. C. Readmission is on a space available basis. Students withdrew in good standing are given priority placement over students requesting admission after remediation or transfer. D. A student returning from an LOA must re-enroll the next time the course is offered. III. PROCEDURE A. The student desiring readmission after a leave of absence must submit a written request for readmission to the Dean of Academic in Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. The request must include the following: 1. Specific Program 2. Specific course 3. Action(s) taken, to be taken, or changes in situation that would optimize the student s success 4. Completion of requested documentation necessary to update the student s file. B. The written request for readmission and copies of all requested documentation must be received by the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health department prior to the closing date for new student applications or prior to the semester/module in which the student is requesting readmission. C. After review of the written request for readmission materials and enrollment availability data, the Admission/Selection Committee will recommend action to the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. D. The student will receive notification of acceptance or deferral from the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. Original: 06/23/03 Reviewed/Revised: 0 2/06; 06/08; 07/11; 04/13; 5/13; 06/14 APPROVED: 07/11; 05/13; 06/14; 07/14, 05/15 10

11 Policy 2c READMISSION TO THE NURSING AND ALLIED HEALTH PROGRAM: UNSATISFACTORY STANDING: WITHDRAWAL/DISMISSAL PURPOSE To establish guidelines for students requesting readmission following withdrawal or dismissal in unsatisfactory standing from the Registered Nursing, Vocational Nursing, or Respiratory Care Practitioner programs of study. RESPONSIBILITY A. Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health 1. Review the policies and procedures annually. 2. Notify the Admission/Selection Committee of students requesting admission after successful completion of remediation. 3. Review the Admission/Selection Committee recommendations for students requesting readmission and determine action. 4. Notify students of readmission or denial. B. Nursing and Allied Health Faculty 1. Review the policies and procedures annually. 2. Participate on the Admission/Selection Committee as assigned Notify Dean of Students standing at completion of success courses. C. Admission/Selection Committee 1. Review and revise all application materials annually. 2. Review applications for readmission and recommend action. 3. Submit a list of qualified applicants to Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. D. Student 1. Read and seek clarification of: a. Nursing and Allied Health Program Policy and Procedures Manual. b. Hartnell College and Nursing and Allied Health admission requirements. 2. Submit a written request for readmission prior to the deadline for the application period or the beginning of the semester/ module in which the student is requesting readmission. 3. Complete all required remediation prior to requesting readmission. POLICY I. POLICY STATEMENT Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health encourage and support the readmission of students who were unsuccessful in the RN, VN, or RCP programs of study (excluding clinical failure). Upon successful completion of requirements and /or remediation plans, students may apply for readmission. 11

12 Policy 2c II. POLICY A. Definitions 1. Readmission: enrolling in the same semester/module course(s) from which the student previously withdrew. 2. Good standing: maintaining a passing grade ( C or >/= 70%) in all nursing or respiratory care core courses at the time of withdrawal. Good standing includes elective withdrawal due to non-performance issues such as family situations, illness, or surgery. (See Policy 2B) 3. Unsatisfactory standing: withdrawing with less than satisfactory clinical performance or with a non-passing grade in a nursing or respiratory care core course [less than C (< 70%) or no credit ]. B. Students seeking readmission must submit a written request for readmission. The letter should be addressed to the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. C. No more than one readmission will be granted for students who withdrew or were dismissed in unsatisfactory standing. Students with extenuating circumstances must meet with the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health and, if authorized, may petition the Admissions/Selection Committee for readmission. D. Successful completion of a remediation plan specific to the withdrawal or dismissal is required prior to applying for readmission. It is the student s responsibility to include a copy of the remediation plan and proof of successful completion to the Dean of Academics Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health with the written request for readmission. The remediation plan may include selected nursing or respiratory skills competencies. E. Students are encouraged to meet with a Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health counselor before reapplying. F. Circumstances resulting in ineligibility for readmission after unsatisfactory withdrawal or dismissal include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Unprofessional behavior 2. Unethical behavior 3. Clinical course failure 4. Unsuccessful competition of the success course and/or remediation plan 5. More than one repeat within the nursing or respiratory care practitioner programs. G. Circumstances resulting in conditional readmission may include, but are not limited to 1. Positive drug or alcohol screen (See Policy #7-A; Drug Screen Clinical Site) 2. Legal infractions III. PROCEDURE A. Students must submit a written request to the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health requesting readmission. B. The written request for readmission must include the following: 1. Specific program. 2. Specific semester/module. 3. Reason for withdrawal or dismissal. 4. Documentation of successful completion of the student s remediation plan specific to the withdrawal or dismissal. 5. Additional documentation required by conditional readmission as appropriate. 12

13 Policy 2c 6. Completion of requested documentation and certifications necessary to update the student s file. Updated official college transcripts. B. The request for readmission and copies of all requested documentation must be received by the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health Program prior to the closing date for new student applications or prior to the semester/module in which the student is requesting readmission. 1. Documentation of successful completion of the appropriate skills competencies D. After review of reapplication materials and space availability, the Admission/Selection Committee will recommend action to the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. E. The student will receive notification of acceptance or denial from the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. ORIG.DATE: 6/23/03 REVIEWED/REVISED: 2/06; 06/08; 07/11, 4/26/2013; 05/13/13; 5/28/13 APPROVED: 07/11, 5/28/13; 07/14, 05/15 13

14 Policy 2d ADMISSIONS: TRANSFER AND PLACEMENT: REGISTERED NURSING PROGRAM PURPOSE To establish guidelines for students requesting transfer or advanced placement to the Hartnell College Associate Degree Nursing Program. RESPONSIBILITY A. Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health 1. Annually review the Nursing and Allied Health Program Policy and Procedure Manual. 2. Notify the Admission/Selection Committee of students requesting transfer and advanced placement. 3. Review and identify all qualified applicants. 4. Notify applicants of admission or denial. B. Nursing Faculty 1. Annually review the Nursing and Allied Health Policy and Procedure Manual. 2. Participate on the Admission/Selection Committee as assigned. C. Admission/Selection Committee 1. Review and revise all application materials. 2. Review all applications, identify all qualified applicants, and recommend action. 3. Submit a list of qualified applicants to the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. D. Student 1. Read and seek clarification of a. Nursing and Allied Health Policy and Procedures. b. Hartnell College and Nursing and Allied Health admission requirements. 2. Complete application/admission requirements. 3. Submit all required application documents. POLICY I. POLICY STATEMENT The Hartnell College Registered Nurse Program accepts qualified transfer students from other accredited nursing programs and has advanced placement options for persons with related education and/or experience. II. PROCEDURE A. Applicants are admitted based on space availability and selection criteria (Policy 2f, 2g, 2h for appropriate program). B. Applicants must meet all admission requirements at the time of application. Prerequisite G.P.A. of 2.5 in vocational nursing courses is required for advanced placement into the Registered Nurse Program. C. All potential transfer or advanced placement candidates must have a preliminary planning appointment with the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health academic counselor and the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. 14

15 Policy 2d D. Applications and requests for transfer credit are evaluated by the Nursing and Allied Health Admission/Selection Committee. E. Plans for remediation and/or appropriate placement may be recommended. F. TRANSFER CREDIT: Students requesting transfer credit must submit the following: 1. Completed admission packet. 2. Course to course Equivalency form completed by Hartnell College academic counselor. Official transcript(s) from all colleges or universities. 3. Course descriptions for all course work under consideration for credit or advanced placement. 4. Course syllabi, if requested by the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health or Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health academic counselor. G. LVN to RN PLACEMENT: Definitions 1. Advanced placement student: a student seeking credit for previous education units in an accredited nursing program. 2. Transfer applicant: an applicant who has completed Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) courses at another college and is seeking credit for advanced placement. 3. Armed forces applicant: an applicant who has completed a military-based education/training program. 4. LVN applicant (ADN option): a licensed vocational nurse in California who is seeking entry into the Registered Nursing Program with the intent of attaining an associate degree in nursing 5. LVN applicant (30-unit option): a licensed vocational nurse in California seeking entry into the Registered Nursing Program intend in to complete the required nursing units, but not the general education units required for the associate degree. Applicants must have one (1) year of LVN work experience within the last five (5) years. H. TRANSFER APPLICANTS: Applicants requesting placement must submit the following: 1. A completed application packet 2. A written request for advanced placement. 3. Documentation of current certifications/licenses in the State of California. 4. Current American Heart Association CPR for Healthcare Providers. 5. Two (2) official transcripts from every college attended. 6. One (1) official high school transcript, GED report, or proficiency report. 7. Course-to-course equivalency form completed by a Hartnell College academic counselor. 8. If applicable, a Medical Corps of Armed Services applicant letter from the Board of Registered Nursing defining preparation areas of supplementary education needed for permission to take the national exam for RN licensure. 9. Any additional documentation and pre-screening examinations requested by the Nursing Admission/Selection Committee. I. LVN Applicant (ADN option) requesting advanced placement must have completed all prerequisites for the Registered Nurse program and must submit the following: 1. A completed application packet 2. A written request for advanced placement. 3. Official transcript(s) for all course work. 4. Current American Heart Association CPR for Healthcare Providers. 15

16 Policy 2d 5. Current California VN license. 6. Two (2) official transcripts from every college attended. 7. One (1) official high school transcript, GED report, or proficiency report. 8. Course-to-course equivalency form completed by the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health academic counselor. 9. If applicable, Medical Corps of Armed Services applicant letter from the Board of Registered Nursing defining preparation areas of supplementary education needed for permission to take the national exam for RN licensure. 10. Additional documentation and pre-screening examinations requested by the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health Admission/Selection Committee. J. LVN Applicant (30 unit option) requesting advanced placement must have completed all prerequisites for the Registered Nurse program and must submit the following: 1. Completion of the application. 2. A written request for advanced placement. 3. Official transcript(s) for all course work. 4. Current American Heart Association CPR for Healthcare Providers. 5. Current California VN license. 6. Two (2) official transcripts from every college attended. 7. One (1) official high school transcript, GED report, or proficiency report. 8. Course-to-course equivalency form completed by the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health academic counselor. 9. If applicable, Medical Corps of Armed Services applicant letter from the Board of Registered Nursing defining preparation areas of supplementary education needed for permission to take the national exam for RN licensure. 10. Additional documentation and prescreening examinations requested by the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health Program Admission/Selection Committee. K. Acceptance of vocational to registered nursing students is contingent on the successful completion of Hartnell College RN admissions requirements and space availability. L. Credit by examination for advanced placement: 1. All students requesting advanced placement into the RN program must complete the ATI Fundamentals Proctored Exam to be considered for placement in the RN Program. 2. Students must score at or above the benchmark score set by Hartnell College nursing faculty. 3. Semester placement will be determined by the score on this exam. 4. The Admission/ Selection Committee chair will notify the potential transfer student of the day and time the ATI Fundamentals Proctored Exam will be given. The required test will be given at Hartnell College with no expense to the student. The scores in the ATI Critical Thinking Exam additional content-specific ATI Exams may be required for third semester placement. 5. Students requesting admission into the third semester of the RN program, the student may be required to participate in clinical reasoning seminar based on a specific case study. ORIGINAL: 6/23/03 Reviewed/Revised: 3/1/05; 07/11; 06/12, 4/26/13; 05/13/13; 5/28/13 Approved: 6/4/08; 06/12, 5/28/13; 07/14, 05/15 16

17 Policy 2e ADMISSIONS: TRANSFER AND ADVANCED PLACEMENT: RESPIRATORY CARE PRACTITIONER PROGRAM PURPOSE To establish guidelines for students requesting transfer or advanced placement to the Hartnell College Respiratory Care Practitioner Program. RESPONSIBILITY A. Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health 1. Annually review the nursing and Allied Health Policy and Procedure Manual. 2. Notify the Admission/Selection Committee of students requesting transfer and advanced placement. 3. Review and identify all qualified applicants. 4. Notify applicants of admission or denial. B. Respiratory Care Practitioner Faculty 1. Annually review the Nursing and Allied Health Program Policy and Procedure Manual. 2. Participate on the Admission/Selection Committee as assigned. C. Admission/Selection Committee 1. Review and revise all application materials every two years. 2. Review all applications, identify all qualified applicants, and recommend action. 3. Submit a list of qualified applicants to the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. D. Student 1. Read and seek clarification of a. RCP Program policies and procedures. b. Hartnell College and Nursing and Allied Health admission requirements. 2. Complete application/admission requirements. 3. Submit all required application documents by the stated deadline. POLICY I. POLICY STATEMEN The Hartnell College Respiratory Care Practitioner Program accepts qualified transfer students from other accredited RCP programs and has advanced placement options for persons with related education and/or experience. II. PROCEDURE A. Applicants are admitted based on space availability following the selection criteria. B. Applicants must meet all admission requirements at the time of application. C. All potential transfer or advanced placement candidates must have a preliminary planning appointment with the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health Program academic counselor and the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. D. Applications and requests for transfer credit will be evaluated by the Nursing and Allied Health Admission/Selection Committee. 17

18 Policy 2e E. Plans for remediation and/or appropriate placement in the RCP Program may be recommended. F. TRANSFER CREDIT: Students requesting transfer credit must submit the following 1. Completed admission packet. 2. Written petition identifying courses to be considered for transfer credit. 3. Official transcript(s) from all colleges or universities. 4. Course descriptions for all course work under consideration for credit or advanced placement. 5. Course syllabi, if requested by the Dean of Nursing and Allied Health or Hartnell College RCP program counselor. G. ADVANCED PLACEMENT: Definitions 1. Advanced placement student: a student seeking credit for previous education units in an accredited RCP program. 2. Transfer applicant: an applicant who has completed Associate Degree RCP courses at another college and is seeking credit for advanced placement. 3. Armed forces applicant: an applicant who has completed a military-based education/training program. H. TRANSFER APPLICANTS: Applicants requesting placement must submit the following: 1. A completed application packet. 2. A written request for advanced placement. 3. Documentation of current certifications/licenses in the State of California. 4. Current American Heart Association CPR for Healthcare Providers. 5. Two (2) official transcripts from every college attended. 6. One (1) official high school transcript, GED report, or proficiency report. 7. Course-to-course equivalency form completed by a Hartnell College academic counselor. 8. Any additional documentation and prescreening examinations requested by the Nursing and Allied Health Admission/Selection Committee. ORIG.DATE: 6/26/12 Reviewed/Revised: 4/15/13 Approved: 5/28/13; 07/14, 05/15 18

19 Policy 2f SELECTION CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION: REGISTERED NURSING PROGRAM PURPOSE To establish student selection criteria guidelines for admission to Hartnell College s Registered Nursing Program. RESPONSIBILITY A. Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health 1. Annually review the Nursing and Allied Health Policy & Procedure Manual. 2. Coordinate applicant standardized testing, if required for admission. 3. Review and approve qualified applicants forwarded by Admissions/Selection Committee. 4. Notify the Admission/Selection Committee of students requesting admission after successful completion of remediation, transfer requirements, or leaves of absence 5. Notify applicants of admission to the RN Program. B. Nursing Faculty 1. Annually review the Nursing and Allied Health Policy & Procedure Manual 2. Participate on the Admission/Selection Committee as assigned C. Admission/Selection Committee 1. Annually review and revise all application materials. 2. Annually align the Hartnell College admission selection with the State Chancellor s equation and multi-criteria selection process. 3. Review all submitted applications and related materials. 4. Identify all qualified applicants: new, transfer, and those requesting re-admission following a leave of absence or remediation. 5. Submit a list of qualified applicants to Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. D. Student 1. Review Hartnell College Catalog: Academic Policies and procedures. 2. Review all Hartnell College and Nursing and Allied Health admission and selection requirements. 3. Submit all required application and acceptance documents prior to the deadline for the application processing period. POLICY I. POLICY STATEMENT Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health faculty believes in the value of incorporating specific selection criteria that have been verified by researchers as important to the success of nursing students in the Hartnell College Registered Nurse program. 19

20 Policy 2f II. PROCEDURE A. The RN Program has a separate admission application process from the Hartnell College admission process. B. The RN program has a four-semester curriculum and admits a new class each Fall. C. The Hartnell College RN Admission/Selection Committee reviews submitted applications during each admission period. The Hartnell College Registered Nursing Program does not maintain an applicant wait list. D. Student selection is based on criteria established by the Hartnell College Nursing Program and on the California Community College Associate Degree Nursing Prerequisite Model for Admissions to Nursing Program. E. Students not selected are encouraged to retrieve their application package within two weeks of notification. Packets not retrieved will be shredded. F. Students must meet the minimum requirements for admission eligibility: 1. Hartnell College enrollment: If not currently enrolled, a Hartnell College Application for Admission indicating eligibility must be completed and on file in the Office of Admissions and Records. 2. Completion of high school: Official high school transcript or GED report is required (Board of Registered Nursing, Rules and Regulations, Section 1412). 3. Completion of all prerequisite courses with a grade of "C" or better as documented on official transcripts. 4. Science GPA Requirement: Must have completed the anatomy, physiology, and microbiology prerequisites with an overall GPA of 2.5. The science GPA will be reduced by 0.33 for each W, D, F and/or repeat. 5. Current American Heart Association s Healthcare Provider CPR certification 6. Minimum score 62% on the standardized pre-readiness for nursing assessment exam (ATI TEAS V). G. Enrollment is based on space availability in the appropriate semester. H. Only complete application packets are considered during the student selection process. Students are responsible for submitting their entire application packet and are responsible for verifying that all documents have been received. I. Applications are ranked according to the California Community College Associate Degree Nursing Prerequisite Model for Admissions to Nursing Programs and additional prescreening measures. J. The Hartnell College Nursing Admission/Selection Committee reviews applications and recommends applicants for admission. K. Definition of terms: 1. Generic applicant: An applicant who is initially entering the Registered Nursing Program at Hartnell College. 2. Advanced placement student: a student seeking credit for previous education units in a nursing program. 3. Transfer applicant: an applicant who has completed nursing courses at another college who is in good standing and is seeking credit for advanced placement. 4. Armed forces applicant: an applicant who has completed a military-based education/training program. 20

21 Policy 2f 5. LVN applicant (ADN option): a licensed vocational nurse in California who is seeking entry into the Registered Nursing Program with the intent of attaining an Associate Degree in Nursing. 6. LVN applicant (30-unit option): a licensed vocational nurse in California seeking entry into the third semester of the Nursing Program with the intent of completing the required nursing units, but not the general education units required for the Associate Degree. Applicants must have one (1) year of LVN work experience within the last five (5) years. 7. Re-admission applicant: An applicant who was enrolled in the nursing program at Hartnell College and who has had an interruption in continuous course progression. L. Students must obtain admissions packet materials from the Hartnell College Nursing website. The registered nursing program has a four-semester curriculum and admits a new class each Fall. M. Registered Nursing program applications are available in December for the following fall semester. N. The completed application with official certificates and documents of verification must be submitted to the Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health Program office by the published deadline date. There are no exceptions. O. The Hartnell College Registered Nursing Admission/Selection Committee reviews all complete application packets and identifies students who qualify for admission by meeting minimum standards determined by Hartnell College Registered Nursing Program. P. ATI TEAS V scores taken within two years of the application submission date will be accepted. The student is responsible for submitting the scores by the designated deadline. Q. Qualified students who achieve an ATI TEAS V composite score of greater than 62% will be considered for admission. R. On request the ATI TEAS V assessment is funded by Hartnell College if the student qualifies for admission. S. If the qualified student scores below a 62%, the student must meet with a Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health counselor to generate an individualized remediation plan before reapplying for admission. T. All students who have an ATI TEAS V score of at least 62% are ranked according to the criteria established by the Hartnell College Nursing Program and on the California Community College Associate Degree Nursing Prerequisite Model for Admissions to Nursing Programs. The Prerequisite Model for California Community Colleges includes overall college GPA, English GPA, and core science GPA for anatomy, physiology and microbiology courses. U. Students accepted for admission receive notification from the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. V. If accepted, students must submit the Verification of Attendance letter to secure student placement. If letter is not received by the stated deadline, the placement is forfeited and another student is selected. W. Re-admission Process: A written request for placement on the space available readmission list must be submitted to the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. When appropriate, the re-admission letter needs to include: 21

22 Policy 2f 1. Completed remediation plan, with documentation; 2. Plans for achieving success; 3. Physician s statement, if necessary, indicating ability to return to clinical setting. X. Priority applicant placement by semester: 1. First Semester: for spaces available, in order of acceptance a) Re-admission students returning from an approved leave of absence b) Re-admission students who withdrew in unsatisfactory standing and successfully completed a remediation plan c) New generic applicants 2. Second Semester: for spaces available, in order of acceptance a) Returning generic students b) Re-admission students who withdrew in good standing and are returning from an approved leave of absence c) Re-admission students who withdrew in unsatisfactory standing and successfully completed a remediation plan d) Transfer applicants after completing the ATI Fundamental test and receiving the mean benchmark score 3. Third Semester: for spaces available, in order of acceptance a) Returning generic students b) Re-admission students who withdrew in good standing and are returning from an approved leave of absence c) Re-admission students who withdrew in unsatisfactory standing and successfully completed a remediation plan d) Transfer applicants after completing the ATI Fundamental test and Critical Thinking test and receiving the mean benchmark scores. 4. Fourth Semester: for spaces available, in order of acceptance a) Returning generic students b) Re-admission students who withdrew in good standing and are returning from an approved leave of absence c) Re-admission students who withdrew in unsatisfactory standing and successfully completed a remediation plan ORIGINAL: 6/24/03 Reviewed/Revised: 2/22/05, 2/04/08; 07/11, 4/26/13; 05/13/13; 5/28/13 Approved: 3/22/05, 6/04/08; 6/12; 5/28/1; 07/14, 05/15 22

23 Policy 2g SELECTION CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION: VOCATIONAL NURSING CERTIFICATE PROGRAM PURPOSE To establish student selection criteria guidelines for admission to Hartnell College s Vocational Nursing Program. RESPONSIBILITY A. Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health 1. Review the Nursing and Allied Health Policy & Procedure Manual annually. 2. Determine eligibility of non-generic students based on successful completion of transfer requirements or requirements as outlined in the Readmission Application. 3. Review and approve qualified applicant list forwarded by Admissions/Selection Committee. 4. Notify applicants of admission or denial. B. Nursing Faculty 1. Review the Nursing and Allied Health Policy & Procedure Manual annually. 2. Participate on the Admission/Selection Committee as assigned. C. Admission/Selection Committee 1. Review and revise all application materials annually. 2. Align the Hartnell College admission selection criteria with the most current selection criteria used by the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians of the state of California annually. 3. Review all submitted applications and related materials. 4. Evaluate applications, rank-order qualified applicants, and recommend action. 5. Submit a list of qualified applicants to the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. D. Student 1. Review Hartnell College Catalog Academic Policies and Procedures. 2. Review all Hartnell College and Nursing and Allied Health Program admission and selection requirements. 3. Submit all required application and acceptance documents prior to the deadline for the application processing period. POLICY I. POLICY STATEMENT Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health faculty believes in the value of incorporating specific selection criteria that have been verified by researchers as important to the success of nursing students in the Hartnell College Vocational Nursing Program. II. PROCEDURE A. The VN Program has a separate student selection and admission application process from the Hartnell College admission process. B. The VN Program is 12-month year round and admits a new class each summer. 23

24 Policy 2g C. The Hartnell College Vocational Nursing Program Admission/Selection Committee reviews submitted applications during each admission period. The Hartnell College Vocational Nursing Program does not maintain an applicant wait list. D. Student selection is based on criteria established by the Hartnell College VN Program and by the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians of the State of California. E. Students not selected are encouraged to retrieve their application package within two weeks of notification. Packets not retrieved will be shredded. F. Students must meet the minimum requirements for admission eligibility: 1. Hartnell College enrollment: If not currently enrolled, a Hartnell College Application for Admission indicating eligibility must be completed and on file in the Office of Admissions and Records. 2. Completion of high school: Official high school transcript or GED report is required (Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians). 3. Completion of all prerequisite courses with a grade of "C" or better as documented on official transcripts. 4. Prerequisite courses include the following: a. ENG-1A College Composition or higher b. MAT-121 Elementary Algebra or higher c. FCS-22 or 23 Nutrition d. BIO-11 Introductory to Anatomy or Physiology (or BIO-5 Human Anatomy and BIO-6 Physiology and BIO-6L Physiology Lab with final course within last 5 years) e. PSY-2 (1A) General Psychology f. Must have been completed within five (5) years of entering the Vocational Nursing Program in order to receive credit for the hours required by the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians of the State of California (California Code of Regulations, Title 16: Professional and Vocational Regulations, Division 25) 5. Current American Heart Association s CPR for Healthcare Provider certification. G. Enrollment is based on space availability in the appropriate module/ semester. H. Only complete application packets received by the published deadline date are considered during the student selection process. There are no exceptions. Students are responsible for submitting their application packet and are responsible for verifying that all documents have been received. I. Admission criteria established by the Hartnell College Nursing Program include: 2.5 Prerequisite GPA and overall GPA. J. Students accepted for admission or denial receive notification from the Dean of Academic Affairs: Nursing and Allied Health. K. Definition of terms: 1. Generic applicant: An applicant who is initially entering the Vocational Nursing Program at Hartnell College. 2. Advanced placement student: a student seeking credit for previous education units in a nursing program. 3. Transfer applicant: an applicant who has completed nursing courses at another college and is seeking credit for advanced placement. 24

25 Policy 2g L. The Hartnell College VN Admission/Selection Committee reviews complete application packets and identifies students who qualify for admission by meeting minimum standards determined by Hartnell College Nursing and Allied Health Program. M. If accepted, students must submit the Verification of Attendance letter to secure student placement. If letter is not received by the stated deadline or if the applicant does not attend the mandatory Hartnell College Vocational Nursing Student Orientation Program, the placement is forfeited and another student is selected. ORIGINAL: 6/03 Reviewed/Revised: 2/05, 2/08, 6/09; 6/12, 4/26/13; 05/13/13; 5/28/13 Approved: 07/09; 07/11; 6/12; 5/28/13; 07/14, 05/15 25

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