School of Nursing and Health Sciences Faculty are responsible for determining when a student is unsafe to him/herself or others in the classroom. The student may be asked to leave the classroom and SON depending upon the gravity of the situation.
If alcohol or other drugs are suspected, the student will be asked to undergo immediate laboratory testing. Positive laboratory results will result in immediate dismissal of the student from the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Refusal to submit to laboratory testing will also result in immediate dismissal from the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. A student believed to be under the influence of alcohol or other drugs will be required to leave the SON.
Within 24 hours of the incident, the Faculty member responsible for the student will submit a written report to the Dean. The Dean will then notify the Vice President of Academic Affairs. The Faculty member, Course Coordinator and Dean will schedule a conference with the student to be held within forty-eight (48) hours of the incident At that time, the student will have the opportunity to explain or defend his/her behavior.