Student Advisory Council
The Student Advisory Council serves as a volunteer council of students who provide insight, advice and recommendations on matters related to student life and engagement. The group meets with College leadership, faculty and staff to engage and discuss topics spanning student support, health/wellness, diversity/equity/inclusion, safety, campus activities and more. The council supports student growth and leadership development while helping to foster a dynamic learning environment at the College through meaningful collaborations that promote scholarship, integrity and compassion.
As part of the College governance process, students have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty and staff as student representatives on various College Committees. This offers students an additional opportunity to actively participate in shaping College objectives, polices and procedures – enhancing the student experience.
The Student Engagement committee routinely plans and implements College-wide social, educational and cultural programs and events throughout the academic year.
Student Employment Opportunities
Employment opportunities may be available through the Crouse Hospital Student Nurse Resource Pool. Further information related to student (or general) employment opportunities can be obtained by contacting Crouse Health Human Resources at 315-470-7521.
The Student Lounge is available for use by students when the building is open. The lounge contains comfortable seating for relaxing or study and a kitchen area with refrigerators, microwaves and vending machines. The lounge is a great place for students to relax, eat and connect with their peers. A monitor within the lounge displays important College information.
Academic Study Lounge
The Academic Study Lounge is located in room 215 and serves as an academic engagement area for students. The lounge contains group study space, comfortable seating, a whiteboard and a SMART Board for student use.
The Library 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 ample seating and publicly available computers. Hours of operation are posted on Moodle, on the library webpage, and at the library entrance.
Crouse networked computers are available for student use in several locations throughout the College. Printing is available from all College computers.
Clock Tower Café
The Clock Tower Café is located in the basement of the Crouse Hospital Memorial Unit and is open daily. The Café offers a wide selection of hot food, sandwiches, wraps, a salad bar, snacks, desserts and beverages. Students receive a 10% discount at the Café when they present their Crouse student I.D. badge at the registers.
Crouse student I.D. badges can be preloaded with funds for purchases at the Café. Students may contact the Nutritional Services Department for further information.
Brittonfield Coffee Grounds Café
Located within 5000 Brittonfield, building A – the café is open to the general public Monday-Friday (hours vary) and serves coffee, pastries and various sandwiches, snacks, soups and salads.
Crouse Hospital Nurses Alumni Association
The Alumni Association promotes professional achievement, fellowship and ongoing advancement of the common interests of the College and Crouse Health. One way this is accomplished is through the provision of scholarship funds. Membership for all graduates is automatic and active involvement is encouraged.