After May 1st and before July 1st sophomores, juniors, and seniors must submit required documents as instructed in the Department of Nursing. Expiration dates cannot occur during the academic year.
If documentation is received after July 1st and up to August 1st, the student will be required to pay a late fee of $100. If documentation is received after August 1st and up to August 15th, the student will be required to pay a second late fee of $100. If documentation is not received by August 15th, the student will be required to drop all nursing courses and cannot participate in any clinical hours. If a student subsequently submits all required documentation, the student will be required to pay the July 1 and August 1 late fees.
- Submit Department of Nursing clinical documentation form with positive titre for mumps, measles, rubella and chicken pox signed by primary care provider;
- Proof of Tdap immunization within the last ten years; if Tdap is older than ten years, submit proof of Tdap and Td booster;
- Proof of positive Hepatitis B titre. If Hepatitis B titre is negative, the student must repeat series and submit written documentation. If a student is in the process of receiving the series and cannot demonstrate a positive HBV, a letter from healthcare provider must be submitted as above by July 1.
- Proof of 2-step PPD results done yearly and if positive PPD, one chest X-ray with written documentation of no active disease yearly. Students who have had the BCG vaccine or who are allergic to the PPD test, may arrange with their PCP for a qualified lab to administer the QuantiFERON-TB Gold Test (QFT-G). It is not available in all areas. A two-step PPD may be required.
- Flu vaccine documentation by October 15 yearly;
- Proof of physical exam within 12 months of first day of class and yearly thereafter;
- CPR through the American Heart Association at the Basic Life Support Provider level only;
- Criminal background report via approved, online agency and New Hampshire State Police, regardless of residency;
- Submit Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services State Registry Consent Form (BEAS);
- NHCCP training between August 1 and August 15 yearly which includes education on blood borne pathogens; and
- Drug and alcohol testing by approved vendor on assigned date and time; random testing thereafter; and further testing, if there is reasonable suspicion or the student is unable to supply testable sample, at the student's expense.