The Centre for Nursing Studies offers a variety of programs including the Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) Program, the Practical Nursing Program, and a variety of continuing education programs and workshops for Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses.
The Centre for Nursing Studies (CNS) is committed to providing accommodation to all students who self-identify and have documentation pertaining to a disability. Academic accommodation refers to a change to teaching or evaluation procedures designed to accommodate the particular needs of a student with a disability without compromising academic integrity of the course, program, or assignment. Academic integrity is defined as the demonstration of acquisition of a body of knowledge or the skill normally required for passing a course and/or completing a course or program as determined by the instructor and/or CNS.
Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) students accepted at CNS should consult Memorial University policies for further information:
Practical Nursing and Continuing Nursing Studies students should notify the respective Program Coordinator, with appropriate documentation, of needed accommodation upon acceptance.