Registrar

The Registrar’s Office maintains student records and assists with a variety of tasks such as transcript requests, enrollment verification, and graduation.

Forms

Transfer Credit Policy

Southeast Missouri Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences accepts transfer credit. A grade of “C” or better must have been earned in order for transfer credit to be considered. The Registrar is responsible for evaluating each transfer credit request and determining if the credit will be accepted. Transfer decisions are made based on course quality, comparability, appropriateness and applicability. General education courses may be taken at other institutions prior to starting classes at the College of Nursing and Health Sciences.

Transfer Students

Transfer students must complete comparable requirements for graduation as other members of the graduating class. The final transcript of a transfer student will include:

  • Name of the college from which the student transferred,
  • Courses taken and hours/credits/units earned from that college.

Transfer Credit for Nursing Courses

A student requesting transfer of a nursing course into the Southeast Missouri Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences Nursing Program must complete a Request for Transfer Credit form. The form, course syllabus (including course objectives), and a course outline/schedule are to be submitted to the Registrar who will forward the request and supporting documents to the Program Director. Students may transfer in a maximum of eight (8) nursing credits. In order for a course to be considered for transfer credit, the student must have earned a grade of “C” or better and must be no older than 3 years. If the Program Director determines that transfer credit will be awarded, transfer credit will be awarded after any associated nursing skills related to the course have been validated.

Transfer Credit for General Education Courses

Southeast Missouri Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences accepts transfer credit for general education courses. A grade of “C” or better must have been earned in order for transfer credit to be considered. The Registrar is responsible for evaluating each transfer credit request and determining if the credit will be accepted. Transfer decisions are made based on course quality, comparability, appropriateness and applicability. Once the student begins course work at the College, all course work must be completed at the College.

Transfer Credit for Radiological Technology

It is at the sole discretion of the Program Director as to accept credits from another RT program and apply them to the requirements of this program. Regardless, a maximum of 9 semester hours of RT credits may be transferred from any JRCERT accredited RT program into this one.

Transfer Credit for Surgical Technology

Acceptance of credit from another Surgical Technology Program is at the discretion of the Surgical Technology Program Director. No more than 12 semester credit hours may be accepts as transfer credit.

Transfer Credit for Medical Laboratory Science

The acceptance of credit from another Medical Laboratory Science program is at the discretion of the program director. No more than 9 semester credits may be accepted as transfer credit.