SNAH Info-Sessions & Student Orientation

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Upcoming SNAH Info-Sessions

The School of Nursing and Allied Health (SNAH) invites you to join us for one of our regularly scheduled Zoom information sessions to meet our faculty and learn about our programs!

If you don’t see your program of interest here, please connect to us through our SNAH Web Pages

Allied Health & Health Studies

1st Thursday of month, from 1 PM to 2 PM ET

Upcoming dates: May 2, June 6, August 1 

Zoom Link: https://fdu.zoom.us/j/98856028840 

Undergraduate/Entry-Level Nursing 

1st Thursday of month, from noon to 1 PM ET

Upcoming dates: May 2, June 6, August 1

Zoom Link: https://fdu.zoom.us/j/97613067569

Graduate/Advanced-Level Nursing

4th Tuesday of month, from noon to 1 PM ET

Upcoming dates: May 28, June 25, July 23, August 27

Zoom Link: https://fdu.zoom.us/j/91381159744

 

Upcoming Enrolled Student Orientation

The School of Nursing and Allied Health (SNAH) encourages enrolled students to attend orientation to optimally prepare for their program of study. There are several orientations to prepare students:

 

(1) FDU General Orientation.  This orientation is run by the FDU Office of Student Affairs and targeted for first-time/first-year students. Students should attend one of the many available sessions that occur during the summer prior to their first fall semester.  Students may be able to schedule their required Florham Campus Accuplacer Assessment or Metro Campus Accuplacer Assessment in coordination with this orientation session. The dates for these sessions can be found here: 

 

(2) SNAH Orientation. This recommended orientation is run by the School of Nursing and Allied Health and targeted for first-time/first-year students (who should attend IN ADDITION to the FDU General Orientation). Health Studies majors, Allied Health majors, and Nursing majors can expect to learn about:

  • Progression/academic requirements in SNAH
  • How to change majors within SNAH (e.g., health studies to nursing)
  • Course registration processes for SNAH students
  • Course substitutions and authorization for off-campus courses
  • Clinical requirements/expectations for allied health/nursing programs
  • Clinical sites and clinical labs for nursing programs
  • Joint and partnership programs in allied health specialties
  • Use of Trajecsys for logging clinical and practicum hours
  • How and when to access the SNAH Student Manual

Students will begin the SNAH orientation in a common session and then proceed into breakout sessions, based on program and specific interests.

 

(3) Entry-Level Nursing Pre-Clinical Orientation. This mandatory orientation is run by the School of Nursing and Allied Health and targeted for entry-level nursing students (BSN, MSN Entry-to-Practice, Accelerated BSN) who are scheduled to begin clinical in the upcoming year. 

 

(4) Advanced-Level Nursing Orientation. This recommended orientation is run by the School of Nursing and Allied Health and targeted for Nurse Practitioner students (MSN and Post-Graduate Certificate), DNP students, and Administration MSN students.