The Mount Carmel College of Nursing (MCCN) Student Government Association (SGA) is an organization designed to represent the ideals, values and beliefs of MCCN students and is dedicated to excellence in action. SGA is committed to working collaboratively with administration and faculty to enhance MCCN programs, activities and initiatives.
Any student that would like to report an issue regarding professional misconduct should contact the Academic and Professional Misconduct Committee:
Social Responsibility is one of the "Core Values" contained in the mission of Mount Carmel College of Nursing. In accordance with the College's Mission and Catholic Identity, the Community Service requirement for nursing students includes the application of one's skills and time to meet identified community needs of vulnerable and at-risk populations (e.g., children, elderly, homeless, poor and underserved, and organizations that support these populations).
This activity leads to learning and development through active participation in thoughtfully organized service that:
They could have spent their evening watching the Ohio State versus Illinois football game like most people in Columbus, but a few MCCN students opted to use it giving back to those less fortunate instead. Twelve students and two faculty members fed more 200 people dinner over two different scheduled seatings, plating salad and fruit, cleaning tables, washing dishes, moving tables and chairs, talking to residents, mopping floors and cleaning the kitchen for the next day.
Please be aware of the MCCN course withdrawal Policy. For the purposes of this policy, there are two types of courses: non-nursing courses and nursing courses. Nursing courses include all courses with a prefix of NURS (with the exception of nursing seminars). Non-nursing courses include all other courses taken in the academic program (including nursing seminars).