SNAM is MCCN’s affiliate of the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA), a pre-professional organization that offers a variety of programs and activities aimed at fostering professional growth and development,and honing leadership skills.

Joining the NSNA provides a number of benefits, including the opportunity to participate in state and national conventions, receive loans and scholarships, secure Professional Liability Insurance, and receive the association’s Imprint magazine.

2018-19 Columbus Officers

President

  • Alexandra Taylor

Vice President

  • Taylor Pellam

Treasurer

  • Cameron Duke

Secretary

  • Miranda Fenton

Membership Director

  • Halle Turner

Community Health Directory

  • Emily Hirth

Breakthrough to Nursing Director

  • Khalid Abdi

SNAM Advisor

  • Laura Lawrence, Student Health Nurse

2018-19 Lancaster Officers

President

  • Janelle Reichley

Vice President

  • Alicia Clark

Treasurer

  • Sara Fahrer

Secretary

  • Carly Chapman

Membership Director

  • N/A

Community Health Directory

  • Carly Robers

Breakthrough to Nursing Director

  • Hanna Topf

SNAM Advisor

  • Jamie Conkel, Instructor

2018-19 Meetings

For meeting information please contact a Mount Carmel College SNAM member or SNAM Advisor.

For the Columbus campus, contact Laura Lawrence at llawrence@mccn.edu.

For the Lancaster campus, contact Jamie Conkel at jconkel@mccn.edu.

The safety and well-being of our students is always our top priority and we work hard to maintain a safe and secure environment for living and studying on both campuses.

Safety and Security officers are available for student escort after hours through each hospital’s Safety and Security offices. We are in full compliance with all regulations and reporting requirements, as noted and regularly updated in our Undergraduate Catalog.

Starting your undergraduate nursing career at Mount Carmel College of Nursing this fall? Then join us for an exciting day to teach you the ropes of your first year of nursing school!

“Smart Start” is a three day-long seminar that will gear you with the information you need to succeed at MCCN. You will learn “academic survival skills” and get the inside scoop of some of the great things MCCN has to offer. Put yourself ahead of the pack and sign up today!

Smart Start will be offered June 12, 13 and 14 from 9:00am-3:30pm at Mount Carmel College of Nursing. The program will be facilitated by Dr. Katheryn Fernandez.

Interested? RSVP Joanna Worthington, at jworthington@mccn.edu to reserve your place today.

The Mount Carmel College of Nursing (MCCN) faculty and staff are dedicated to facilitating student development of intellectual, moral, and professional standards. This development requires the student to become increasingly responsible for self-directed and engaged learning, thus practicing and achieving academic and professional standards in order to become a highly educated, skilled, and professional nurse. Please see the Academic and Professional Standards Policy for a complete list of all related policies, the student code of conduct, and prohibited conduct.

When academic or professional misconduct is alleged, it is the responsibility of the faculty or staff in either the graduate or undergraduate nursing program or Residence Halls to both discuss the matter with the student and file a written account of the alleged misconduct with the Chairperson of the Academic and Professional Misconduct Committee. The written account will include recommendations for action.

Student peers also have a responsibility to report alleged misconduct .The reporting student, lead instructor or staff member may submit an allegation of misconduct to the Chairperson of the Academic and Professional Misconduct Committee.

Any student that would like to report an issue regarding professional misconduct should contact the Academic and Professional Misconduct Committee:

Beverly Gish, MS, FNP-BC, CNE
Assistant Professor
614-234-2870
bgish@mccn.edu

Mount Carmel College of Nursing does not require students to have their own computer. However, should you wish to purchase your own the following are suggested minimal personal computer requirements. You may be able to access course materials using computers with lower specifications.

  • Modern computer (PC, Mac, or Linux machine) with adequate RAM (2 GB), Hard Drive space (250 GB) and processing speed (Dual core processor - at least 1 GHz)
  • An e-mail account
  • Audio card and computer speakers for online media content
  • Video Card (128 MB memory)
  • Access to the Internet via high-speed connection (Cable, SDL, Fiber, WiMax, etc.)
  • Modern Internet browser software such as Internet Exployer 6.0 (of higher), Firefox 2.5 (or higher),or Safari
  • ViruUpdated anti-virus software - free AVG anti-virus is available online
  • Most recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader
  • Adobe Flash Player (appropriate to your browser)
  • Multi-purpose video player such as Quicktime digital media player, RealPlayer digital media player, Macromedia Shockwave player or VLC media player
  • PowerPoint Viewer
  • Office productivity suite capable of creating/editing/reading MS Office 2003 file versions. Acceptable products include Microsoft Office 2007, OpenOffice.org, NeoOffice, Thinkfree, StarOffice, IBM Lotus Symphony. The student/home version of Microsoft Office can be purchased inexpensively by checking Google Shopping Online.
  • Printer (not required)

Housing is limited. Housing deposits can be made by credit card or check.

For credit card payments please call the Business Office at 614-234-2266. If paying by check please make the check payable to "Mount Carmel College of Nursing Housing Deposit" and mail to

Mount Carmel College of Nursing
127 S. Davis Avenue
Columbus, OH 43222
Attn: Kathy Smith

Apartments Provide Two-Bedroom Quad Occupancy.

Residence Hall applicants must be accepted and confirmed to attend Mount Carmel prior to submitting their application to live on campus.













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There’s always something good to eat that’s good for you at Mount Carmel College of Nursing.

  • On our main campus in Columbus — You’ll enjoy meet-ups over coffee at Charlie’s Java Jolt. Familiar fare is available on campus at Tim Horton’s and Sbarro’s pizzeria. Nutritious, balanced meals are available in the hospital cafeteria and, of course, students in residence have their own fully equipped kitchens.
  • On our satellite campus MCCN at Fairfield Medical Center in Lancaster, Ohio, the Conversations Coffee Shop is a great place to meet, and nutritious, balanced meals are avilable in the hospital cafeteria.