Students are assigned a faculty member who serves as an academic advisor. The advisor assists students in developing an academic plan and in managing the demands of the classroom and clinical activities.
Crouse Hospital Library
On the 4th floor of the Marley Education Center, the library is an information center including a collection of over 5,000 books, journals and videos related to nursing and medicine, with 24-hour access to online databases and texts.
Student Computer Lab
Located in room 418 on the fourth floor of the Marley Education Center, 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 in room 411 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 then apply them in a simulated scenario.
The Learning and Simulation Center is a state of the art simulation lab offering students a non-threatening learning experience. Students have the opportunity to implement nursing care and skills on a life-like simulator.
Nursing Simulation and Learning Lab Services include:
• Open lab hours, with faculty support
• Skill practice and acquisition utilizing medical supplies seen in the hospital setting
• Access to learning resources and clinical skills practice
• Learn strategies for test taking, study skills, stress reduction, and time management
• Individual academic counseling sessions are available for students who wish to meet with the Instructional Resource Coordinator to discuss a concern related to their learning.
Hours, with card swipe access, 24 hours, 7 days a week for non-simulation area. Only Crouse Hospital College of Nursing students are permitted to use this lab unless given permission by the College.
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 Instructional Resource Coordinator to discuss potential academic accommodations. Typical accommodations include extended time for testing, testing in a quiet location, and others as determined by the nature of the disability. These accommodations must be supported by documentation from outside sources, such as a recent psychological evaluation or medical report that clearly identifies the nature of your disability and the impact of your disability or treatment upon learning.