Feeling like you're struggling to keep up with your courses, or just need to talk to someone about options, come to me for help with anything about your enrolment or accessing help for your grades or course selection! Click this box to learn more.
Student Success Coordinator
The nursing profession is self-regulated. Self-regulation is a privilege granted to professions that have shown they can put the interests of the public ahead of their own professional interests. It recognizes that Ontario’s nurses have the knowledge and expertise to regulate themselves as individual practitioners and to regulate their profession through the College. Click this box to learn more.
Governing body for RNs, RPNs, and NPs
The RNAO is the professional association representing registered nurses, nurse practitioners and nursing students in Ontario.
The RNAO advocates for healthy public policy, promoted excellence in nursing practice, increased nurses’ contribution to shaping the health-care system, and influenced decisions that affect nurses and the public they serve. Click this box to view the RNAO Best Practice Guidelines.
Professional association representing RNs
University of Windsor Nursing Society is here to help! We are the link with your elected representatives coordinating between various on- and off-campus organizations for student-led activities and events.
Click on this box to view Nursing Society student representatives!
UWindsor Nursing Society Team
I can help you with your clinical skills practice or accessing course resources.
I also book peer mentor appointments and... Click this box to learn more.
Clinical Lab Coordinator
Paper-writing support or accessing Leddy Library resources; Adam is the best person to help you along.
You can find him in Leddy Library Room 1107B or Monday 9-11 or
By appointment; Toldo Health Education Centre Fuld Computer Lab Wednesday 10:00-11:30
CNSA has represented the interests of nursing students to federal, provincial, and international governments and to other nursing and health care organizations. Click this box to view the CNSA October Newsletter