The Centre for Nursing Studies offers a variety of programs including the Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) Program, the Practical Nursing Program, and a variety of continuing education programs and workshops for Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses.

 Student Accommodation

The Centre for Nursing Studies (CNS) is committed to providing accommodation to all students who self-identify and have documentation pertaining to a disability. Academic accommodation refers to a change to teaching or evaluation procedures designed to accommodate the particular needs of a student with a disability without compromising academic integrity of the course, program, or assignment. Academic integrity is defined as the demonstration of acquisition of a body of knowledge or the skill normally required for passing a course and/or completing a course or program as determined by the instructor and/or CNS.

Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) students accepted at CNS should consult Memorial University policies for further information:

Accommodations for Students with Disabilities 

Procedures for Arranging Student Accommodation 

Practical Nursing and Continuing Nursing Studies students should notify the respective Program Coordinator, with appropriate documentation, of needed accommodation upon acceptance.