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SERVICES SPECIFIC TO UNMC STUDENTS IN LINCOLN


UNMC students at the Lincoln campus (nursing and dental students) pay the University Program and Facilities Fee (UPFF) of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The complete description of these campus services and activities is contained in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) Undergraduate Bulletin, and other appropriate UNL informational literature. A brief description of major services and activities for UNMC nursing and dental students at the Lincoln campus is provided in this catalog.
    
Academic or Physical Disability Accommodations 
Students who require academic or physical accommodations should present documentation of the disability and need for accommodation to the Student Services Coordinator on the Lincoln campus who will assist in arranging contact with the UNL Services for Students with Disabilities office.  The Lincoln College of Nursing contact person is Amy Frizzell, 402-472-7343 or amy.fellhoelter@unmc.edu and the College of Dentistry contact person is Dr. David Brown 402-472-1341 or dgbrown@unmc.edu.

Bookstore
Dental and Dental Hygiene students pay for books and instruments through an assessed fee and these items are distributed at the beginning of the term in the College of Dentistry. Nursing students obtain books at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Bookstore. Uniforms and supplies are purchased at the UNMC Bookstore – information is provided during New Student Orientation at the beginning of each academic year.

Recreational Facilities
UNMC students at the Lincoln campus have the same privileges and use of UNL recreational and gym facilities as do the UNL students through payment of the UNL fees.

Health Insurance and Health Insurance Waiver
All students are required to have health and accident insurance unless they provide evidence of comparable coverage through parents, spouse, or personal plan.  Students may participate in the University-sponsored plan thru the United Healthcare Company. The cost of the United Healthcare Insurance Plan is automatically billed each semester on the full-time student’s tuition statement.   Therefore, if students do not wish to participate in the University plan through United Healthcare, they must file a Waiver verifying alternate insurance. The waiver can be accessed here: MyRecords.  The waiver will become available to complete after August 1, 2017, for those who begin their fall semester in August. You have 14 days after the term starts to file. After that time you will be billed for coverage. Once a waiver is processed you will see a credit issued to your student account. 

Libraries
UNMC students at Lincoln have library privileges at any branch of the UNL campus as well as the McGoogan Library at the UNMC campus. The College of Dentistry library is located in the C.Y. Thompson Library.

Reporting Criminal Actions, Sex Offenses and Other Emergencies
Potential criminal actions, sex offenses and other emergencies on UNMC Lincoln sites can be reported directly by any student, faculty member or employee to the agencies listed below:
College of Dentistry and College of Nursing – Call 402-472-2222 – UN-L Campus Police

Student Health
Health services for nursing students in the Lincoln Division and College of Dentistry students are provided by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Health Center located at 15th and U Streets. This University Health Center offers a wide variety of inpatient and outpatient services. Fees are charged for required laboratory tests and x-rays. 
For questions, contact the University Health Center at 402-472-5000 or http://health.unl.edu.

Student Counseling Services
In addition to advising services provided by the College of Dentistry and College of Nursing, UNMC students at the Lincoln campus are eligible to use the UNL Counseling and Psychological Services located in 213 University Health Center (402-472-7450).  Services for chemical dependency are also available.



SERVICES SPECIFIC TO UNMC STUDENTS IN SCOTTSBLUFF


The Western Division of the College of Nursing is located in the Harms Building on the WNCC campus. This general office will provide nursing students with assistance in processing application materials, course registration, course changes, grade reporting and financial aid application materials. UNMC students at the West Nebraska campus pay the University of Nebraska Medical Center University Program and Facilities Fees (UPFF Funds A and B). All students are assessed Fund A. Undergraduate and professional students enrolled for 7 or more credit hours (*4 hours for graduate students) are assessed Fund B.

Academic or Physical Disability Accommodations 
Students who require academic or physical accommodations should present documentation of the disability and need for accommodation to the Student Services Coordinator on campus who will assist in arranging contact with the UNMC Disability Services.  The Western Division contact person is Karen Schledewitz, 308-632-0413 or kschledewitz@unmc.edu.

Bookstore
Both nursing and non-nursing textbooks will be made available through the Western Nebraska Community College Bookstore for nursing students to purchase.

Recreational Facilities
The Scottsbluff community has recreational facilities at their local YMCA and several other privately owned gyms. One local gym gives special rates for nursing students.

Libraries
The Lockwood Memorial Library is located on the main floor of Regional West Medical Center, St Mary’s Plaza. Students also have access to the Western Nebraska Community College library.

Reporting Criminal Actions, Sex Offenses and Other Emergencies
Potential criminal actions, sex offenses and other emergencies on UNMC Scottsbluff sites can be reported directly by any student, faculty member or employee at the College of Nursing law enforcement at 308-632-7176 (to report crimes of non-emergent nature) or 911 – Scottsbluff Police Department (for emergency assistance).

Student Health and Counseling Services
Health and counseling services for UNMC students in the West Nebraska Division, Scottsbluff, are provided by RWPC-Urgent Care during the following hours.

    Monday – Friday    8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
    Saturday                    8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    Sunday                       1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Only if RWPC-Urgent Care is closed during one of the above scheduled times, students may be seen at the Gering Clinic during their regular hours Monday through Friday.  Students may also be directed to the answering service by calling RWPC-Urgent Care.

Physician office services will be provided by RWPC-Urgent Care for routine illness and minor accidents. This service is limited to an initial visit and one follow-up visit for the same ailment.

Emergency health care, non-illness health care (e.g., health check-ups, pap smears, etc.), accidents not typically treated in a physician’s office, diagnostic tests, and/or medications are all excluded from this service.

RWPC-Urgent Care will provide the required 2-step PPD or a QuanteFERON gold text, if indicated at no cost to each new student.  TB skin testing will be repeated each year for enrolled students. Students who become skin test reactive during enrollment or who are reactive at enrollment will be evaluated and managed as deemed appropriate by RWMC.

Hepatitis immunizations as required by UNMC may be obtained through RWMC for cost. These immunizations will be given through the Infection Control Department or Occupational Health of RWMC.

Counseling services will be limited to three sessions per student per event and a maximum of 10 hours of service.  The outpatient service is to be provided by the professional staff of the Psychological Services of RWMC. Students may contact the UNMC Student Services Coordinator, Karen Schledewitz, at 308-632-0413 to get counseling sessions set up and can contact Regional West Medical Center, Behavioral Health (308-630-1500) for chemical dependency information and referral resources.



SERVICES SPECIFIC TO UNMC STUDENTS IN KEARNEY


UNMC Student Services in Kearney will provide nursing students with assistance in processing application materials, course registrations, course changes, grade reporting and financial aid application materials. Information such as financial aid advice and payment of bills and/or other questions, may also be obtained from the UNMC Student Services – Omaha.  Kearney campus nursing students pay the University Program and Facilities Fees (UPFF) of the University of Nebraska-Kearney Campus. The complete description of these campus services and activities can be found in the University of Nebraska-Kearney (UNK) Student Handbook and college catalogs. A brief description of major services and activities for UNMC nursing students at Kearney Campus is provided in this catalog and on the UNMC Student Blackboard – Kearney Student Information.

Academic or Physical Disability Accommodations
Students who require academic or physical accommodations should present documentation of the disability and need for accommodation to the Student Services Coordinator on campus who will assist in arranging contact with the UNMC Disability Services.  The Kearney Division contact person is Hilary Christo, 308-865-8322 or hchristo@unmc.edu.

Bookstores
Both nursing and non-nursing textbooks will be made available for purchase through The Antelope Bookstore located on the Kearney campus (308-865-8555) and UNMC Bookstore.

Recreational Facilities
UNMC-Kearney students have access to recreational facilities at the new Wellness Center at the University of Nebraska-Kearney facilities. 

Libraries
UNMC students at Kearney have library privileges at Calvin T. Ryan Library on the UNK campus as well as the McGoogan Library at the UNMC campus.

Reporting Criminal Actions, Sex Offenses and Other Emergencies
Potential criminal actions, sex offenses and other emergencies on UNMC Kearney sites can be reported directly by any student, faculty member or employee to the agencies listed below:

UNK Police (308-865-8911) or Call 911 – Kearney Police (for emergency assistance).

Student Health Services
UNK Student Health provides health services for UNMC Kearney Division Students.

Clinic hours are:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday  8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday                                             9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 
Call 308-865-8218 for an appointment.  

The following are provided:

  1. Office Services for routine illness and minor accidents. If services beyond those available at UNK Student Health Services are required, a Student Health Service staff member will issue a       referral to Kearney Clinic that waives the office call charge. Students will be charged for selected services.
  2. Vaccinations and Testing Services for communicable diseases for a reasonable fee.
  3. Gynecological Services for a reasonable fee, including annual exams, contraceptive services and testing and treatment for STDs.

Procedures to Access Student Health Services:

  1. Call 308-865-8218 to schedule an appointment or go directly to UNK’s Student Health Services office during the hours outlined above. Bring your UNMC /UNK identification card.
  2. After treatment, complete the claim form if services other than an office visit were rendered (i.e. lab, x-ray, pharmacy) for your insurance. 

Counseling Care
Professional counseling services are available for UNMC Kearney students at UNK’s Counseling Center. UNMC Kearney students are allowed 3 counseling sessions per semester paid for through their fees.  Obtain an appointment by calling the Counseling Center at 308-865-8218 or go to the Counseling Care located in the Memorial Student Affairs Building, South Hallway, Room 144; hours Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Emergency Crisis Phone (after business hours):  308-865-8248.  These services will be provided for the student only and not to any dependents. 

Counseling Care also offers in addition to personal counseling, Alcohol and Drug counseling provided by qualified licensed therapists who have completed the State of Nebraska requirements to provide court-ordered drug and alcohol counseling services.  There may be additional fees for those services.



SERVICES SPECIFIC TO UNMC STUDENTS IN NORFOLK
    

A general UNMC administrative office for the Northern Division of the College of Nursing is located in the J. Paul and Eleanor McIntosh College of Nursing building on the Northeast Community College campus at 801 East Benjamin.  This office is the liaison between the Northern Division College of Nursing and the Omaha campus. Located in this office are: the Assistant Dean, the Office Associate, the Office Assistant, and the Student Services Coordinator. The Student Services Coordinator will provide nursing students with assistance in processing application materials, course registration, and accessing student services. UNMC students at the Northern Division campus pay the University of Nebraska Medical Center University Program and Facilities Fees (UPFF Funds A and B).

All students are assessed Fund A. Undergraduate and professional students enrolled for 7 or more credit hours (5 hours for graduate students) are assessed Fund B.

Academic or Physical Disability Accommodations
Students who require academic or physical accommodations should present documentation of the disability and need for accommodation to the Student Services Coordinator at the Northern Division campus who will assist in arranging contact with the UNMC Disability Services.  The Northern Division contact person is Diana Rizzo, 402-844-7890 or diana.rizzo@unmc.edu.  The UNMC Disability Services staff will coordinate provision of services with staff at Northeast.   

Bookstore
Both nursing and non-nursing textbooks will be made available through the Northeast Community College Bookstore for nursing students to purchase.

Building Access
All UNMC-Northern Division students are issued a key card by Northeast, providing the student with 24/7 access to the J. Paul and Eleanor McIntosh College of Nursing building.  Students are responsible to use care in use of the building and its equipment whenever they are in the building during regular or after hours.  Students should not allow others to enter the building when they come into it after hours.  Students should not allow anyone else to use their key card.  The fee for replacement key cards is the responsibility of the student.  

ID Cards
All UNMC-Northern Division students are issued a UNMC student identification card from the UNMC Photo ID office.  UNMC-CON ID cards can be obtained from the CON-Northern Division.  The card must be returned upon withdrawal or graduation from UNMC.  Fees for replacement vary based on the reason for replacement.

Libraries
UNMC students at Norfolk have public access to the library on the Northeast campus and library privileges at the McGoogan Library at the UNMC campus and online at http://www.unmc.edu/library/.

Nursing Student Association
UNMC CON-Northern Division has a National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) chapter.  UNMC nursing students are encouraged to become active in the UNMC NSNA as a means of building a network of nursing colleagues and becoming active in the professional community.

Parking
UNMC students at Norfolk must comply with Northeast parking and traffic regulations.  All vehicles must be registered with Northeast Student Services if parked on campus.  There is no fee for registration.  The registration is valid from July 1 to June 30.  Parking lots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Reporting Criminal Actions, Sex Offenses and Other Emergencies
Potential criminal actions, sex offenses and other emergencies on UNMC Norfolk sites can be reported directly by any student, faculty member or employee to the agencies listed below:

College of Nursing – Northern Division – Call 402-841-5163 – Security.  If using a campus phone dial (402-841-5163 or call 911 – Norfolk Police Department (for emergency assistance).

Student Health Services
UNMC Northern Division students have access to student health services through Faith Regional Health Services. Details regarding this plan will be made available to students during orientation. 

Student Counseling Services
UNMC CON-Northern Division students may access a wide variety of counseling services through Northeast Community College, including personal counseling and/or chemical dependency counseling.  To schedule an appointment or initial consultation for personal counseling, call (402) 844-7261. 

Study Skills/Academic Assistance
The CON-Northern Division supports the Academic Success programs at UNMC.  Specific programs exist to meet student needs, which can be accessed by contacting the Student Services Coordinator.  

Recreational Facilities
UNMC students at Norfolk will have access to specified recreational facilities.  Please check http://www.northeast.edu/Weight-Room/ or http://www.northeast.edu/Health-and-Wellness/ for details.
 

SERVICES SPECIFIC TO UNMC STUDENTS IN LINCOLN


UNMC students at the Lincoln campus (nursing and dental students) pay the University Program and Facilities Fee (UPFF) of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The complete description of these campus services and activities is contained in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) Undergraduate Bulletin, and other appropriate UNL informational literature. A brief description of major services and activities for UNMC nursing and dental students at the Lincoln campus is provided in this catalog.
    
Academic or Physical Disability Accommodations 
Students who require academic or physical accommodations should present documentation of the disability and need for accommodation to the Student Services Coordinator on the Lincoln campus who will assist in arranging contact with the UNL Services for Students with Disabilities office.  The Lincoln College of Nursing contact person is Amy Frizzell, 402-472-7343 or amy.fellhoelter@unmc.edu and the College of Dentistry contact person is Dr. David Brown 402-472-1341 or dgbrown@unmc.edu.

Bookstore
Dental and Dental Hygiene students pay for books and instruments through an assessed fee and these items are distributed at the beginning of the term in the College of Dentistry. Nursing students obtain books at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Bookstore. Uniforms and supplies are purchased at the UNMC Bookstore – information is provided during New Student Orientation at the beginning of each academic year.

Recreational Facilities
UNMC students at the Lincoln campus have the same privileges and use of UNL recreational and gym facilities as do the UNL students through payment of the UNL fees.

Health Insurance and Health Insurance Waiver
All students are required to have health and accident insurance unless they provide evidence of comparable coverage through parents, spouse, or personal plan.  Students may participate in the University-sponsored plan thru the Blue Cross Company. The cost of the Blue Cross Student Insurance Plan is automatically billed each semester on the full-time student’s tuition statement.   Therefore, if students do not wish to participate in the University plan through Blue Cross, they must file a Waiver verifying alternate insurance. The waiver can be accessed here: MyRecords.  The waiver will become available to complete after August 1, 2015. You have 14 days after the term starts to file. After that time you will be billed for coverage. Once a waiver is processed you will see a credit issued to your student account. 

Libraries
UNMC students at Lincoln have library privileges at any branch of the UNL campus as well as the McGoogan Library at the UNMC campus. The College of Dentistry library is located in the C.Y. Thompson Library.

Reporting Criminal Actions, Sex Offenses and Other Emergencies
Potential criminal actions, sex offenses and other emergencies on UNMC Lincoln sites can be reported directly by any student, faculty member or employee to the agencies listed below:
College of Dentistry and College of Nursing – Call 402-472-2222 – UN-L Campus Police

Student Health
Health services for nursing students in the Lincoln Division and College of Dentistry students are provided by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Health Center located at 15th and U Streets. This University Health Center offers a wide variety of inpatient and outpatient services. Fees are charged for required laboratory tests and x-rays. 
For questions, contact the University Health Center at 402-472-5000 or http://health.unl.edu.

Student Counseling Services
In addition to advising services provided by the College of Dentistry and College of Nursing, UNMC students at the Lincoln campus are eligible to use the UNL Counseling and Psychological Services located in 213 University Health Center (402-472-7450).  Services for chemical dependency are also available.


SERVICES SPECIFIC TO UNMC STUDENTS IN SCOTTSBLUFF


The Western Division of the College of Nursing is located in the Harms Building on the WNCC campus. This general office will provide nursing students with assistance in processing application materials, course registration, course changes, grade reporting and financial aid application materials. UNMC students at the West Nebraska campus pay the University of Nebraska Medical Center University Program and Facilities Fees (UPFF Funds A and B). All students are assessed Fund A. Undergraduate and professional students enrolled for 7 or more credit hours (*4 hours for graduate students) are assessed Fund B.

Academic or Physical Disability Accommodations 
Students who require academic or physical accommodations should present documentation of the disability and need for accommodation to the Student Services Coordinator on campus who will assist in arranging contact with the UNMC Disability Services.  The Western Division contact person is Karen Schledewitz, 308-632-0413 or kschledewitz@unmc.edu.

Bookstore
Both nursing and non-nursing textbooks will be made available through the Western Nebraska Community College Bookstore for nursing students to purchase.

Recreational Facilities
The Scottsbluff community has recreational facilities at their local YMCA and several other privately owned gyms. One local gym gives special rates for nursing students.

Libraries
The Lockwood Memorial Library is located on the main floor of Regional West Medical Center, St Mary’s Plaza. Students also have access to the Western Nebraska Community College library.

Reporting Criminal Actions, Sex Offenses and Other Emergencies
Potential criminal actions, sex offenses and other emergencies on UNMC Scottsbluff sites can be reported directly by any student, faculty member or employee at the College of Nursing law enforcement at 308-632-7176 (to report crimes of non-emergent nature) or 911 – Scottsbluff Police Department (for emergency assistance).

Student Health and Counseling Services
Health and counseling services for UNMC students in the West Nebraska Division, Scottsbluff, are provided by RWPC-Urgent Care during the following hours.

    Monday – Friday    8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
    Saturday                    8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    Sunday                       1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Only if RWPC-Urgent Care is closed during one of the above scheduled times, students may be seen at the Gering Clinic during their regular hours Monday through Friday.  Students may also be directed to the answering service by calling RWPC-Urgent Care.

Physician office services will be provided by RWPC-Urgent Care for routine illness and minor accidents. This service is limited to an initial visit and one follow-up visit for the same ailment.

Emergency health care, non-illness health care (e.g., health check-ups, pap smears, etc.), accidents not typically treated in a physician’s office, diagnostic tests, and/or medications are all excluded from this service.

RWPC-Urgent Care will provide the required 2-step PPD or a QuanteFERON gold text, if indicated at no cost to each new student.  TB skin testing will be repeated each year for enrolled students. Students who become skin test reactive during enrollment or who are reactive at enrollment will be evaluated and managed as deemed appropriate by RWMC.

Hepatitis immunizations as required by UNMC may be obtained through RWMC for cost. These immunizations will be given through the Infection Control Department or Occupational Health of RWMC.

Counseling services will be limited to three sessions per student per event and a maximum of 10 hours of service.  The outpatient service is to be provided by the professional staff of the Psychological Services of RWMC. Students may contact the UNMC Student Services Coordinator, Karen Schledewitz, at 308-632-0413 to get counseling sessions set up and can contact Regional West Medical Center, Behavioral Health (308-630-1500) for chemical dependency information and referral resources.


SERVICES SPECIFIC TO UNMC STUDENTS IN KEARNEY


UNMC Student Services in Kearney will provide nursing students with assistance in processing application materials, course registrations, course changes, grade reporting and financial aid application materials. Information such as financial aid advice and payment of bills and/or other questions, may also be obtained from the UNMC Student Services – Omaha.  Kearney campus nursing students pay the University Program and Facilities Fees (UPFF) of the University of Nebraska-Kearney Campus. The complete description of these campus services and activities can be found in the University of Nebraska-Kearney (UNK) Student Handbook and college catalogs. A brief description of major services and activities for UNMC nursing students at Kearney Campus is provided in this catalog and on the UNMC Student Blackboard – Kearney Student Information.

Academic or Physical Disability Accommodations
Students who require academic or physical accommodations should present documentation of the disability and need for accommodation to the Student Services Coordinator on campus who will assist in arranging contact with the UNMC Disability Services.  The Kearney Division contact person is Hilary Christo, 308-865-8322 or hchristo@unmc.edu.

Bookstores
Both nursing and non-nursing textbooks will be made available for purchase through The Antelope Bookstore located on the Kearney campus (308-865-8555) and UNMC Bookstore.

Recreational Facilities
UNMC-Kearney students have access to recreational facilities at the new Wellness Center at the University of Nebraska-Kearney facilities. 

Libraries
UNMC students at Kearney have library privileges at Calvin T. Ryan Library on the UNK campus as well as the McGoogan Library at the UNMC campus.

Reporting Criminal Actions, Sex Offenses and Other Emergencies
Potential criminal actions, sex offenses and other emergencies on UNMC Kearney sites can be reported directly by any student, faculty member or employee to the agencies listed below:

UNK Police (308-865-8911) or Call 911 – Kearney Police (for emergency assistance).

Student Health Services
UNK Student Health provides health services for UNMC Kearney Division Students.

Clinic hours are:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday  8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday                                             9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 
Call 308-865-8218 for an appointment.  

The following are provided:

  1. Office Services for routine illness and minor accidents. If services beyond those available at UNK Student Health Services are required, a Student Health Service staff member will issue a       referral to Kearney Clinic that waives the office call charge. Students will be charged for selected services.
  2. Vaccinations and Testing Services for communicable diseases for a reasonable fee.
  3. Gynecological Services for a reasonable fee, including annual exams, contraceptive services and testing and treatment for STDs.

Procedures to Access Student Health Services:

  1. Call 308-865-8218 to schedule an appointment or go directly to UNK’s Student Health Services office during the hours outlined above. Bring your UNMC /UNK identification card.
  2. After treatment, complete the claim form if services other than an office visit were rendered (i.e. lab, x-ray, pharmacy) for your insurance. 

Counseling Care
Professional counseling services are available for UNMC Kearney students at UNK’s Counseling Center. UNMC Kearney students are allowed 3 counseling sessions per semester paid for through their fees.  Obtain an appointment by calling the Counseling Center at 308-865-8218 or go to the Counseling Care located in the Memorial Student Affairs Building, South Hallway, Room 144; hours Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Emergency Crisis Phone (after business hours):  308-865-8248.  These services will be provided for the student only and not to any dependents. 

Counseling Care also offers in addition to personal counseling, Alcohol and Drug counseling provided by qualified licensed therapists who have completed the State of Nebraska requirements to provide court-ordered drug and alcohol counseling services.  There may be additional fees for those services.


SERVICES SPECIFIC TO UNMC STUDENTS IN NORFOLK
    


A general UNMC administrative office for the Northern Division of the College of Nursing is located in the J. Paul and Eleanor McIntosh College of Nursing building on the Northeast Community College campus at 801 East Benjamin.  This office is the liaison between the Northern Division College of Nursing and the Omaha campus. Located in this office are: the Assistant Dean, the Office Associate, the Office Assistant, and the Student Services Coordinator. The Student Services Coordinator will provide nursing students with assistance in processing application materials, course registration, and accessing student services. UNMC students at the Northern Division campus pay the University of Nebraska Medical Center University Program and Facilities Fees (UPFF Funds A and B).

All students are assessed Fund A. Undergraduate and professional students enrolled for 7 or more credit hours (5 hours for graduate students) are assessed Fund B.

Academic or Physical Disability Accommodations
Students who require academic or physical accommodations should present documentation of the disability and need for accommodation to the Student Services Coordinator at the Northern Division campus who will assist in arranging contact with the UNMC Disability Services.  The Northern Division contact person is Diana Rizzo, 402-844-7890 or diana.rizzo@unmc.edu.  The UNMC Disability Services staff will coordinate provision of services with staff at Northeast.   

Bookstore
Both nursing and non-nursing textbooks will be made available through the Northeast Community College Bookstore for nursing students to purchase.

Building Access
All UNMC-Northern Division students are issued a key card by Northeast, providing the student with 24/7 access to the J. Paul and Eleanor McIntosh College of Nursing building.  Students are responsible to use care in use of the building and its equipment whenever they are in the building during regular or after hours.  Students should not allow others to enter the building when they come into it after hours.  Students should not allow anyone else to use their key card.  The fee for replacement key cards is the responsibility of the student.  

ID Cards
All UNMC-Northern Division students are issued a UNMC student identification card from the UNMC Photo ID office.  UNMC-CON ID cards can be obtained from the CON-Northern Division.  The card must be returned upon withdrawal or graduation from UNMC.  Fees for replacement vary based on the reason for replacement.

Libraries
UNMC students at Norfolk have public access to the library on the Northeast campus and library privileges at the McGoogan Library at the UNMC campus and online at http://www.unmc.edu/library/.

Nursing Student Association
UNMC CON-Northern Division has a National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) chapter.  UNMC nursing students are encouraged to become active in the UNMC NSNA as a means of building a network of nursing colleagues and becoming active in the professional community.

Parking
UNMC students at Norfolk must comply with Northeast parking and traffic regulations.  All vehicles must be registered with Northeast Student Services if parked on campus.  There is no fee for registration.  The registration is valid from July 1 to June 30.  Parking lots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Reporting Criminal Actions, Sex Offenses and Other Emergencies
Potential criminal actions, sex offenses and other emergencies on UNMC Norfolk sites can be reported directly by any student, faculty member or employee to the agencies listed below:

College of Nursing – Northern Division – Call 402-841-5163 – Security.  If using a campus phone dial (402-841-5163 or call 911 – Norfolk Police Department (for emergency assistance).

Student Health Services
UNMC Northern Division students have access to student health services through Faith Regional Health Services. Details regarding this plan will be made available to students during orientation. 

Student Counseling Services
UNMC CON-Northern Division students may access a wide variety of counseling services through Northeast Community College, including personal counseling and/or chemical dependency counseling.  To schedule an appointment or initial consultation for personal counseling, call (402) 844-7261. 

Study Skills/Academic Assistance
The CON-Northern Division supports the Academic Success programs at UNMC.  Specific programs exist to meet student needs, which can be accessed by contacting the Student Services Coordinator.  

Recreational Facilities
UNMC students at Norfolk will have access to specified recreational facilities.  Please check http://www.northeast.edu/Weight-Room/ or http://www.northeast.edu/Health-and-Wellness/ for details.