Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
The Family Educational and Privacy Act of 1974 stipulates that a student may review his/her educational record by submitting a written request to the Dean of the School of Nursing. The content of a student's record may be challenged by the student for accuracy, integrity, and completeness. For further information, contact the Dean or review the UCC or Trinitas Student Handbook.
Transcripts may be obtained from the Union County College Registrar's Office.
CHANGE IN NAME/ADDRESS
The School of Nursing office and the Registrar at UCC are to be notified of any change in name, address, telephone number, or social security number.
Students who register for a nursing course with a clinical component are required to complete and satisfy health requirements through their personal health care provider. Student health requirements are outlined in the Student Handbook on this website.
Students who are enrolled in a nursing course with a clinical component are required to carry malpractice insurance (minimum $2-4 million) and to show evidence of it to their clinical instructor on the first day of clinical experience.
Students who wish to review accrediting/licensing documentation are asked to submit a written request to the Dean of the School of Nursing at which time an appointment will be confirmed.
GRADUATE/EMPLOYER SURVEY/LICENSING EXAMINATION DATA
The most recent survey of the graduates and their employers states that a majority of the graduates and their employers ranked the graduates' performance as good to excellent in nursing care categories.
Ninety-five (95%) percent of the graduates from 1990 to 2016, over 25 years and 54 graduating classes, have passed the National Council Licensing Examination for RN Licensure on first writing.