B. Policy for Failing to Meet EE Regulations, Timelines, and/or Policies
Student must meet all Office of Experiential Education (OEE) requirements, policies, and timelines.
Some example requirements/policies are: required meetings, immunizations, and TB testing, background checks, Pharmacist Letter quizzes, forms for experiential education courses, coursework/reflections, etc.
Students will be notified of required meetings, specific policies, requirements and timelines prior to each experiential education activity. Notification will occur through one or more of the following communication methods: email, posting in E*Value, or online Learning Management System (LMS). It is the students responsibility to check E*Value, LMS, and their SWOSU University provided e-mail.
Failure to meet any requirement or timeline will result in a consequence determined by College of Pharmacy Administrative and Experiential Education personnel. The most severe would be a delay of progression in the program by one semester and/or suspension from the College of Pharmacy.
Additional tuition and fees may apply.
- Student may be required to perform community service
- IPPE students receiving the consequence of delay of progression in the program will be delayed the following Spring semester. Students will be allowed to enroll in electives.
- APPE students receiving the consequence of delay of progression in the program by one semester will have their APPE rotation divided across three (3) semesters.