School of Nursing Office Hours
Pre-Nursing Advisor: Phyllis Salopek
Office location: Holt 302
Office hours: tbd
E-mail: email@example.com - Important: Please attend an advising session before sending questions via e-mail.
Due to the vast number of pre-nursing students, individual advising sessions are not possible. Time is allotted during the advising sessions below to answer individual questions. You can attend either a campus session or a virtual session.
You do not need to pre-register for these sessions. All students considering applying to the CSU, Chico nursing program should attend a group advising session as soon as possible. Please review the information for Admission Preparation & Requirements (pdf).
Group Advising Sessions
Pre-Nursing Advising Sessions - Fall 2016
*Directions for Virtual Advising Sessions
In order to log on to a virtual advising session, you need the following equipment:
- Speakers or headphones
- Camera built into your computer or webcam (Optional)
You will be accessing a website that uses Blackboard Collaborate for hosting its virtual advising sessions.
IMPORTANT: At least one day prior to joining the live virtual advising session, make sure Bb Collaborate runs on your system by accessing the Virtual Advising Session link below.
1. Access this Test Virtual Room to verify you can get into a Bb Collaborate session.
If you have trouble launching Bb Collaborate, contact CSU, Chico ITSS (530) 898-HELP, staffed between 7:30AM-6:00PM. For troubleshooting after those hours, contact Bb Collaborate for on-line support.
Tips for Pre-Nursing Students
If you are considering a degree in nursing, declare Pre-Nursing as your major. The Nursing major only applies to those students who have been accepted into the School of Nursing program.
If you are interested in applying to other schools of nursing, visit the California BRN Web site for addresses. This Web site is linked to all nursing programs in California. We recommend that you have a back-up plan (other school or major), in case you are not admitted to Chico’s nursing program. Only 1 of every 4-5 applicants is currently being admitted.