Resources for Current Students

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN), Honours

Undergraduate Program

The following links will provide you with information you may need throughout your undergraduate program:

The Clinical Learning Centre consists of :

  • The General Nursing Lab:
    • One health assessment lab (located in the Dr. Murray O'Neil Medical Education Centre)
    • Two skills practice labs (located in Anthony P. Toldo Health Education Centre)
    • A computer centre equipped with 25 computers (located in Anthony P. Toldo Health Education Centre)
    • An extensive selection of health promotion materials, resources and model
  • To obtain more information, please visit General Nursing Lab

 AND

  • Simulation Lab:
    • One health assessment lab (located in the Dr. Murray O'Neil Medical Education Centre)
    • The simulation lab uses a team of registered nurses that have strong clinical backgrounds as well as expertise in simulation education.
  • To obtain more information, please visit Simulation Lab
  • Tuition Support Program for Nurses - offers tuition reimbursement to recent nursing graduates from rural and remote communities who are new College of Nurses of Ontario registrants and who choose to do a return-of-service in an eligible underserviced community.  You can also visit https://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/northernhealth/ for additional information.  
  • Want to prepare for the NCLEX and want information, visit NCLEX practice examinations/nclex-rn.  Please continue to check the College of Nurses site to find updates regarding when you are eligible to write your NCLEX.  As a reminder, students need to complete the BScN program and have an offer of employment before they are able to apply for a temporary licence.
  • If you are interested in applying for a Nursing Visa, please visit Nursing Visa Application Process/Faculty of Nursing for information on the CGFNS process and LARA (Michigan) 

Graduate Program