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Submitted by kathleen.local on Sat, 05/23/2015 - 7:05pm

Please do not submit these documents until you have received an offer of admission to the program. 

Once you have received an offer of admission, and accepted that offer, we will send you a letter introducing you to your supervisor. Please arrange to meet with your supervisor to outline the plans for your course progression. The following forms should be completed during that meeting:

Immunization

Newly Admitted Students:
Please do not submit these documents until you have received an offer of admission to the program.

Immunization - N95 Acknowledgement and Consent Grad Program

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Immunization Form-Nursing Grad Program

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N95 Fit Testing Nursing Students - Grad Students

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Questions?

Refer to the information column on the Student Immunization Worksheet, information and rationale for each immunization given. 

Email: nursingimmunization@ucalgary.ca

Police information check and vulnerable sector search

All applicants admitted to the Faculty of Nursing are required to provide a current Police Information Check (also referred to as a Criminal Record Check) which must include a Vulnerable Sector Search. In order to be considered “current”, the Police Information Check must be completed during the three months prior to admission (June 1 – August 31 for Fall Admission/October 1 – December 31 for Winter Admission).

The original Police Information Check must be presented to a Faculty of Nursing Graduate Student Advisor (located in Room 2260 of the Professional Faculties Building, University of Calgary), no later than the specified date on your Admission Checklist. Without this documentation, admission to the Faculty will be rescinded.

Students who are concerned about the presence of a criminal record should contact the police department to discuss the process for eliminating or erasing such a record. It is important that students keep the original Police Information Check for future employment purposes.

Failure to present a clear Police Information Check may result in admission being denied/rescinded. An internal University appeal process is available to applicants who are refused admission for this reason.

Subsequent to admission and at any time during the program, a student may be required to produce a current Police Information Check, the results of which could require their withdrawal from the program, in the sole discretion of the University. If you are charged or convicted of a criminal offense at any time during your enrollment in the program, you are required to inform the Faculty of Nursing Graduate Program Office immediately.

To request a Police Information Check, you must visit the Calgary Police Service in person. You will be required to present two pieces of government-issued identification, one of which must have a photograph (ie. driver’s license, passport, citizenship card). In order to verify that you will be involved in “unpaid” practicum experiences throughout your program, and to receive a reduced administration fee, you must provide the Calgary Police Service/RCMP Detachment with an official letter issued from the Faculty of Nursing.

  • Students who have lived in Calgary more than 12 months must arrange for a Police Information Check and Vulnerable Sector Search through:

Calgary Police Service - Police Information Check Unit
For location and further details, refer to the Calgary Police Service website.

  • Students who have moved to Calgary within the past 12 months must arrange for a Police Information Check and Vulnerable Sector Search through:

The nearest local Police Service or RCMP detachment in the area where you previously resided, and must also complete a Faculty of Nursing “ Statutory Declaration – Police Information Check” form. (Contact the Graduate Programs Student Advisor for this form and instructions on what is required. 403-220-6241

  • Students who have not yet moved to Calgary must arrange for a Police Information Check and Vulnerable Sector Search through:

The nearest local Police Service or RCMP detachment in the area where you currently reside. [NOTE: This process must be initiated before you move to Calgary.]

Proposed Course Progression

MN CB Full-time course progression 

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MN CB Part-time course progression

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MN Thesis course progression

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Proposed Progress Report MN course-based

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Proposed Progress Report MN thesis

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Proposed Progress Report MNNP

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Proposed Progress Report PMNP

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Checklist of Expectations for Graduate Student and Supervisor

Checklist of Expectations for Graduate Student and Supervisor

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HSP Net

HSP Net

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Schedule B

Schedule B 

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