Dismissal from the School of Nursing for Reasons of Conduct

Students may be dismissed from the School of Nursing for reasons of conduct that may not be outlined in, or a violation of the PLU Student Code of Conduct. Incidents requiring report to other offices or university officials will be managed according to PLU policy. Criminal violations will be reported to appropriate law enforcement. Dismissal from the School of Nursing for reasons of conduct is an action that can be taken only by the Dean. Students dismissed from the program due to conduct concerns may appeal the decision to the University Dispute Resolution Committee. The UDRC review is limited to whether a School of Nursing or University policy, including the policy on Equal Opportunity, was violated.