Academic Policies and Procedures
Students are responsible for understanding and following all policies of the College of Nursing and the University of Nebraska Medical Center. The policies and procedures listed below apply to College of Nursing students in the Undergraduate, Professional (MSN, PGC, and DNP) and Graduate (PhD) programs.
In addition to these policies, the College of Nursing has policies that cover the areas of our mission, vision, philosophy and framework; our administration and organization; our faculty; and our facilities and resources. For more information, see our web site for all policies.
Undergraduate, Professional and PhD Students
Undergraduate courses: 200-499
Masters courses: 600-699
DNP courses: 700-799
PhD courses: 800-999
College of Nursing Grading System
The percentage system used to award grades for all programs within the College of Nursing is the following:
Quality points are calculated according to the following system:
|A+ & A||4.0|
Access to Student Records
In accordance with federal law as established in 1974 by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the University of Nebraska Medical Center maintains the confidentiality of student records and allows students to inspect and review information in their educational records at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. The UNMC policy statement concerning student records may be found in the current UNMC Student Handbook.