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CNA Welcome Letter and Pre-Entrance Form
You are required to read the letter below and complete the CNA pre-entrance form. You are responsible for providing this information. If you fail to provide the information needed, you will not be able to attend clinical and therefore not receive adequate hours to sit for the state exam.
 
Immunization Records and Health Form are due by class meeting 5. You may not return to class if all required documents have not been received. NO EXCEPTIONS. If adequate documentation has not been turned in, you will not be allowed to return until you have turned in completed documents.
CNA Health Form (.doc, 72K)
Nursing Assistant Welcome Letter- Every student MUST READ! (.doc, 46K)
Permission to release records form (.doc, 98K)

If you need us to request your immunizations from a physician, hospital or school, please fill out this form and send it to us. Please do not wait until the last minute, as it could take time to obtain records and would result in you not being able to continue on with class.

Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view and print PDF files.

You may request immunization records from schools, physician offices, hospitals and county health offices. If you need assistance, please contact Andrea Foster at 402-354-7268. You will need to sign a form giving permission to release records to NMC.

 

You may also make an appointment with our Campus Health office for immunizations, flu shots and TB tests. Please contact 402-354-7211 to schedule an appointment.

 

Immunization records must be provided by the first week of class or you may not continue in the course until sufficient records have been provided. 

 

 

A drop request must be made over the phone or in writing three business days prior to course start date in order to obtain a refund of 100%. A late cancellation fee of $250 will be assessed to individuals cancelling a course less than three business dates prior to the course start date.

CNA students may receive a 50% tuition refund up to the second class meeting. After the third class meeting, no refunds will be given.

Non-participation is not considered a drop request and does not relieve the student from the obligation to pay for the course.

If you are unable to continue your course and you have received approval from the Director of Professional Education, you may join a subsequent course if seats are available within 3 months of your course start date.

One non-refundable change request will be made per student for $75. A non-refundable change fee of $150 will be assessed for each additional change request. Students are not able to extend tuition beyond one calendar year. If the student has not successfully completed the course prior to the end of the calendar year, all tuition paid will be forfeited.

If a student is not able to successfully complete the course, the student will be allowed to join the next available course to complete his/her coursework. If the student is not able to complete at this time, he/she will need to re-enroll and be required to pay full tuition.

All classroom/skills lab dates will be located at the Nebraska Methodist College Campus. For a campus map, click here.
 
Address: 720 N 87 St Omaha, NE 68114
Clark Building, 3rd Floor, Room 3245/3243
402-354-7000 or 402-354-7100
 
Clinical location is Brookestone Village in Omaha, NE. 
 
The course textbook and workbook are provided and included in the price of tuition. Books will be given to students on the first day of class.
 
If a textbook or workbook is lost, stolen or damaged it is required to replace the book at the students expense.
 
Text book
Alvarez-Hedman's., Fuzzy, J., Rymer, S. (2014). Nursing assistance care: Long-term care (3rd Ed.). Hartman
Students are required to have a second hand watch.
 

Scrubs are required for clinical days only. Tops may be white or navy blue and pants must be navy blue.  Student must wear closed toed, clean tennis shoes/nursing shoes in good condition.

This course will provide you with the education and skills necessary to sit for the Certified Nursing Assistant state examination. For more information about the state requirements or registry, click here for the DHHS website.