The first session of class is mandatory. Attendance at all classroom and clinical activities is expected and absences must be made up. Excessive absences may result in dismissal from the course.
Tuition for the course is $499, which includes:
- Student manual
- Student workbook
- $50.00 non-refundable deposit which is due at the time of registration
- Deposit will be applied towards tuition upon attendance in class.
Billing will follow the Tuition Collection and Payment Policy as stated in the Undergraduate College Catalog. Tuition and tuition refunds will follow the Tuition Refund Policy and Schedule as stated in the Undergraduate College Catalog. Participants will be charged an additional per hour fee for each hour of class make up required. The certificate of completion will be held until all fees are paid.
Participants are required to dress in a uniform and have a watch with a second hand for clinical days.
As a part of the registration process for the Basic Nursing Assistant Course, completion of the following documents is required:
- Authorization and Disclosure Form for Criminal Background Check
- Nebraska Health and Human Services Abuse Registry Form
If the background check indicates criminal/abuse behavior, the student may be dismissed from the course. Students may have the opportunity to present information to dispute the background check. For questions or concerns, refer to the Criminal Background Check Policy in the Student Handbook or contact the Dean of Students at (402) 481-3804.
Documentation of immunity to the following communicable diseases must be provided upon registration. Failure to submit documentation of current immunizations by the end of the first day of class will result in automatic withdrawal from the course. Acceptable documentation includes photocopies of medical records, immunization records or the College documentation form signed by your healthcare provider.
- Varicella: Chicken pox
- Hepatitis B series
- Rubella: 3-day measles, German measles
- Rubeola: measles
- Tdap/DPT: Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis
- TB: Tuberculosis (If a current tuberculosis test is not documented, this will be given on the first day of class)
Students must be able to provide safe patient care and perform technical competencies as listed in the College Catalog.
Registration - Summer BNA is currently full
Call the Records and Registration office at (402) 481-3805 to either register over the phone or make an appointment to register in person. If you choose to register over the phone, have a debit or credit card ready to make your $50 registration deposit payment.