NURSING RESOURCE CENTER- FAQs
Q: Do you have to be a nursing student to use the Nursing Resource Center?
A: YES. The Nursing Resource Center provides improvement and support services for all nursing students. Each student enrolled in the practical nursing, associate degree nursing, or LPN to ADN transition program is encouraged to use the Nursing Resource Center on a regular basis. A valid photo ID required (FDTC ID or Driver's License).
Q: What can you do in the Nursing Resource Center?
A: You can work individually on any computer to check Desire2Learn, to study, to review course content, practice NCLEX-style questions, watch clinical scenarios, use the Internet for course related work, and take tests. There is also a print release station available for your use.
Q: When is the Nursing Resource Center open?
|Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 12 noon||Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 5:30 pm|
|Friday 8:00 am - 11:30 am|
Q: If the "Testing in Progress" sign is posted, can I still come into the Nursing Resource Center even if I am not testing?
A: No. You will need to wait until the test is completed. Most nursing tests are around one hour in length. There are some ATI Tests and Final Exams that exceed an hour. Check with the nursing resource center personnel for available hours.