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College of Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

General Information

The links below provide information on the following:

Clinical ID Badges

Students are required to wear an approved picture name tag in labs and clinical areas for as long as you are in the program. The College of Nursing will arrange for your name tag. There will be a charge for replacements.

Graduation & Convocation

In order to be awarded your degree from the University of Saskatchewan, you must complete an Application to Graduate Form to receive your diploma, whether or not you plan to attend the convocation ceremony. Further graduation information can be found here.

Harassment

The University of Saskatchewan has policies regarding harassment. Read more.

Students with Special Needs

Students with special needs may request an extension of time for examinations. The University of Saskatchewan provides services for students with disabilities. Contact DSS.

Note:

  • Human and/or electronic translators/dictionaries may not be used during exams.
  • Students with English as a second/additional language should be aware that extra time is not allowed for writing of nurse registration examinations for licensure.

Transcripts

While you are a student in the BSN Program, you can request program transcripts through PAWS using your NSID. A fee is charged.

Student Numbers

You will receive an identification number for the U of S. It is your responsibility to ensure you use the correct identification number on exams.

Transfer Credit

When students apply for admission and are accepted into the BSN Program, any previous course work will be reviewed for possible credit. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact an academic advisor.

Withdrawal

Withdrawal from a course will jeopardize your completion of the BSN Program. In addition, withdrawal from a course may mean you do not have the necessary pre/co-requisites to continue in other courses in which you are registered (that is, you may be required to drop other courses as well). If you are considering withdrawing, you must meet with the College of Nursing Associate Dean responsible for your site to discuss your situation.