- Registered nurses must be licensed by the state(s) in which they plan to work. Persons making application for licensure are screened for criminal records and/or convicted felonies. If you have a criminal record, you should consider seeking individual legal counsel as to the possibility of being ineligible for licensure and/or clinical experiences prior to applying for admission to the program. Background check information may be shared with the College’s clinical sites.
- Admission to the BSN Program involves a significant time commitment. Students should expect to spend 20-30 hours per week on course related work on campus and in clinical placements. Students are required to be at clinical sites at 6:30 am for some clinical sites and on occasion may also be assigned afternoon, evening and Saturday clinicals. Transportation to clinical sites is the responsibility of the student.
- Registered nurses are exposed to a variety of substances within the work environment and other work sites such as occasional fluctuations in temperature, latex products and electro-magnetic radiation. Exposure to electrical hazards, loud or unpleasant noises and occasional high humidity or wetness are the norm.
- It is highly advisable that all prospective students participate in an RN clinical job shadowing experience prior to applying.
- Lakeview College of Nursing refrains from providing any commission, bonus, or other incentive payment based directly or indirectly on securing enrollments or federal financial aid (including tuition assistance funds) to any persons or entities engaged in any student recruiting, admission activities, or making decisions regarding the award of student financial assistance. Furthermore, high-pressure recruitment tactics such as making multiple unsolicited contacts by phone, email, or in-person and engaging in same-day recruitment and registration for the purpose of securing enrollments is banned.
In consideration of the above items, along with the non-discrimination policy and the core performance standards, Lakeview College of Nursing may review individual cases and provide feedback as to medical and/or legal suitability. The College recommends that applicants seek professional legal advice regarding the previously mentioned items.