Admitted and Current Students at ​UPMC Schools of Nursing ​

We believe that we have a responsibility to design policies and procedures that provide and safeguard your freedom to learn. As part of that, see some of the policies that facilitate learning at our schools.​

Bill of Rights and Responsibilities

Read the full Bill of Rights and Responsibilities for students at UPMC Schools of Nursing.  The purpose of this document is to assure basic rights to all students during their educational experiences.

What is a Student Nurse?

This section includes a broad set of guidelines of the clinical and academic responsibilities of a UPMC student nurse​.

Activities and Services at the Schools of Nursing

At UPMC Schools of ​Nursing, we want to provide the resources and activities to help you transition from student to nursing professional.  Find information about activities, groups, and student life.

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