CON Emotional Health Policy and Guidelines

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Emotional Health Policy and Guidelines Subsection: 5.1.4
Section 5.0 - Student Policies Originating Date: February 1994
Responsible Reviewing Agency:
Undergraduate Admission, Progression, Graduation & Scholarship/Grant Committee
PhD Affairs Council
Professional Graduate Nursing Affairs Committee

Final Approving Agency:
General Faculty Organization
Revised: October 1999
Revised: February 2008
Reviewed: October 2012
Revised: March 2017 (administrative)
Related Documents:


It is the policy of the College of Nursing to support the emotional well being of nursing students. Students with psychological, emotional, or behavioral problem(s) may seek assistance from Student Counseling Services or other appropriate counseling services at any time. When students exhibit signs of psychological, emotional, or behavioral problem(s) which pose a danger to self or others, or which interfere with the student’s ability to continue in the program, the College may require mandatory assessment, treatment, and/or aftercare for the student.

Guidelines: See Appendix I