Policy and Procedures

The Nursing Policy and Procedure Manual is updated periodically. The most current version will always be located here. When changes are made, students will be notified via announcement on course D2L News Pages and via email.


Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI)

ATI is a Comprehensive Assessment and Review Program that is integrated into all Nursing program courses. The package includes access to computer modules, content review, lab skills and a live NCLEX Review Course delivered at each campus at the end of the program.

Fees for ATI are attached to courses within the nursing curriculum. ATI determines the fees assessed. Students repeating a course where the ATI fee is assessed will have the fee waived by contacting the director of nursing or course faculty.


Forms for Newly Accepted Nursing Students

You will need to submit the following two weeks prior to the start of classes to the Nursing Lab Assistant on the campus where you have been accepted. Please compile all the items and submit them together, rather than submitting each piece separately.

  1. Health form with supporting documentation
  2. Proof of Nurse Aid (Generic) OR current, Practical Nurse License* (Mobility)
  3. American Heart Association Health Care Provider CPR

Please note that Influenza Vaccine is not available until September/October. You will need to turn in documentation by October 30.

* You may take the Summer Role Transition course without your license, but you will not be eligible for Fall Term courses if you do not have current PN licensure.

You will also need to complete a Minnesota Department of Health background check. This needs to be clear in order to progress into clinical courses.

College Lab Assistants
Detroit Lakes Joel Hoffman
Fergus Falls Jamie Steinle
Moorhead Joel Hoffman
Wadena Dave Uselman

Last modified: December 30th, 2015 at 10:17am