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Academic Resources


Academic Advisement
Each student will be assigned one faculty academic advisor that will follow them throughout the program. Academic advising is a shared responsibility, with students and advisors working together to develop and enhance educational plans to promote academic success. The College believes that academic advising is an important facet of the teaching and learning mission of the program.

Crouse Hospital Library
The library is located on the 4th floor of the Marley Education Center. It is an information center designed to meet the clinical, educational and research needs of nursing students. The collection includes over 5,000 books, journals and videos related to nursing and medicine, including 24-hour access to online databases and texts. There is seating for 150 with 25 publically available computers.

Student Computer Lab
The student computer lab is accessible 24 hours a day with card swipe access.

Nursing Simulation and Learning Lab

The Nursing Simulation and Learning Lab is located on the fourth floor of the Marley Education Center. The lab provides an opportunity for students to bring theory to the bedside, where students can link concepts and skills learned in the classroom, and use critical thinking to apply them in a simulated scenario.

The Simulation and Learning Lab is a state of the art simulation lab offering the opportunity to implement nursing care on a life-like simulator in a safe practice environment.

Nursing Simulation and Learning Lab Services include:
• Open lab hours, allowing for independent practice
• Lab practice time with faculty support
• Selected practice times using simulation
• Skill practice and acquisition utilizing up-to-date equipment used in acute care settings

Hours: With card swipe access, 24 hours, 7 days a week for non-simulation area. Only Pomeroy College of Nursing students are permitted access to the lab.

Academic Accommodations

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and Section 504 (subsection E) of the Rehabilitation Act, qualified students with disabilities are entitled to reasonable academic accommodations.

Any current or prospective student may contact the Assistant Dean for Students to discuss potential academic accommodations.