Nursing Student Handbook

The student handbook contains important information including campus resources, academic information, key policies and procedures (i.e. grading policies & progression procedures), graduation information, and professional organization information. The Department of Nursing student handbooks are updated in the summer for the upcoming academic year and applies to all enrolled students, regardless of their year of admission.

Undergraduate Handbook

Graduate Handbook

2008-2012 PhD Guides

T​he Department of Nursing PhD Guide contains important information regarding policies including academic progression for students admitted from 2006-2012.  Students entering the PhD nursing program use the guide published the year that they are admitted.

Students entering the PhD program in 2014 or later refer to the Graduate Handbook (above) for information on program policies.

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College-Level Exam Program Option

College-Level Exam Program (CLEP) exams are a viable option for satisfying course requirements of the Bachelor of Science in nursing programs. Applicants to and students of a Nancy Atmospera-Walch School of Nursing (NAWSON) undergraduate nursing program must consult with a NAWSON Office of Students Services advisor regarding the use and limitations of non-graded course equivalencies to meet current graduation requirements. Students who successfully pass a CLEP exam will be awarded college credit toward a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree and, therefore, will not need to take the respective required coursework.
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UH Manoa Transcript Requests

Students who wish to request official UH Manoa transcripts must visit the UH Manoa Office of the Registrar.

The Office of the Registrar does not produce unofficial transcripts. Current students can view and print their academic record in MyUH via STAR Degree Check/View Transcript.

External Student Resources

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