College of Nursing Resources
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What services and/or resources are available?
The College of Nursing is operating remotely to serve the needs of both prospective and admitted College of Nursing students. The Office of Student Affairs is available remotely Monday-Friday from 8:30am-5:00pm by calling 313-577-4082 or emailing email@example.com.
How to contact Faculty
Students who are enrolled in the College of Nursing can contact individual faculty using the phone number and email address posted in the syllabus on Canvas. You can access Canvas online.
How to schedule an appointment with my Academic Advisor
Admitted College of Nursing undergraduate students can schedule academic advising appointments online with their Academic Services Officer at by clicking the blue button at top right "Make an Appointment," selecting "Advising," and "Schedule an appointment with my assigned advisor."
Current MSN/Graduate Certificate students who have questions about their clinical permit or course registration are encouraged to call or email their Academic Services Officer to schedule a virtual appointment. Current and newly admitted MSN students should contact their Faculty Academic Advisor.
Current DNP students who have questions about their clinical permit or course registration are encouraged to call or email their Academic Services Officer to schedule a virtual appointment. Current DNP students are encouraged to contact your Faculty Academic Advisor with questions regarding your plan or work. Newly admitted DNP students should contact the Director of Advanced Practice and Graduate Certificate Programs, Dr. Leanne Nantais-Smith.
Current Ph.D. students who have questions about course registration are encouraged to call or email their Academic Services Officer to schedule a virtual appointment. Current and newly admitted Ph.D. students are encouraged contact your Faculty Academic Advisor or the Ph.D. Program Director, Dr. April Vallerand.
If you are considering a College of Nursing program, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at 313-577-4082 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Information Sessions for prospective students are available to view online. If you have any questions regarding the College of Nursing undergraduate or graduate programs, please contact Amanda Palma, Academic Services Officer.
Wayne State University Student Disability Services
Student Disability Services will continue to meet with students remotely via phone or video calling. Please feel free to contact them at email@example.com or via phone at 313-577-1851.
How will services be accessed?
How will services be delivered remotely?
The College of Nursing faculty and staff are utilizing several methods to deliver coursework and academic advising. These services include but are not limited to:
- Email – Email is the fastest, most efficient way to communicate with your Faculty, Academic Services Officer, and staff in the College of Nursing.
- Phone – While working remotely students are encouraged to call the Office of Student Affairs at 313-577-4082 during business hours. The Office of Student Affairs is available via phone Monday-Friday from 8:30am-5:00pm.
- Microsoft Teams & Zoom Video Conferencing – Teleconferencing and chat options are available for students who schedule an appointment with their Academic Services Officer. Please indicate that this is your preference when scheduling your appointment.
- Canvas - Courses are organized by the Faculty who will share course information to students via Canvas. Students are encouraged to check their Canvas site daily for course updates.
What services and/or resources are temporarily suspended?
All College of Nursing didactic courses will be delivered remotely for the remainder of the Winter 2020 semester. Please visit your Canvas site for detailed information regarding your specific course(s).
College of Nursing sponsored workshops and on-campus events are postponed. Face to face appointments and drop-in advising are not available for undergraduate or graduate students; however undergraduate students are welcome to schedule a virtual appointment with an Academic Services Officer. Prospective students are encouraged to call the Office of Student Affairs at 313-577-4082 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions regarding the College of Nursing undergraduate or graduate programs.
Whom do I contact with questions or issues?
Please contact the Office of Student Affairs at 313-577-4082 or email email@example.com if you have any questions.
If you have questions about your current courses, please email your faculty.
Where can I get more information about COVID-19 and its impact on WSU?
- Currently admitted students should contact the College of Nursing IT office at 313-577-8604.
- Prospective and currently admitted students can contact the University C&IT Tech Support or call 313- 577-HELP (4357).
Who do I contact about Canvas issues?
- Utilize the Student Training Course within Canvas OR Contact the C&IT Helpdesk at 313-577-4357 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dear College of Nursing Students:
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, many things in our life are changing daily. What does not change, however, is our commitment to you and your education. While the methods of delivery will change, and our interactions with each other take greater advantage of remote technology, the faculty and staff of the College of Nursing are continuing our work to support you.
Even though interaction will be from a distance until this health threat subsides, the college's support staff is ready to help you adjust to this change in our educational environment. Academic advisors and faculty members are working together to ensure that students' needs are met. Please reach out to your faculty members or ASO to maintain connection during this time.
Most importantly, please be safe and follow the advice of healthcare experts as we work together to get through this unprecedented situation. Be sure to visit wayne.edu/coronavirus, which is updated daily with important campus information. Please see below for College of Nursing specific information.
In this time of challenge, we are all called upon to act as responsible citizens, each doing our part to slow the spread of the virus. Be well.
Laurie M. Lauzon Clabo, PhD, RN, FAAN
Dean & Professor
The College of Nursing is committed to ensuring that students have the information that they need to continue classes remotely. As the COVID-19 situation evolves, the College encourages students to continue to refer to the best evidence related to coronavirus contained on the CDC website. In addition, the WSU coronavirus page provides the most current updates for the campus community.