Nursing Student Handbook 2024-2025

Health Professions Division 2024–2025 87 The following are additional resources at the circulation desk (with limited checkout times): • medical/anatomy apps for checkout on personal Apple devices • print editions of required textbooks on reserve (for in-library use) For more information, please call (813) 574-5420. See the University Libraries section of the NSU Student Handbook for information about NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center. Visit for more information. Lost and Found Items found on school property are turned over to campus security for storage and disposition. Please contact the NSU Public Safety Department to find the location for claiming such items and reporting lost items. In the College of Dental Medicine, dental instruments found on NSU property are to be turned over to the site’s instrument and sterilization office. Computer Laboratories The Office of Information and Innovation Technology maintains and monitors a separate computer laboratory at the HPD. The laboratory is located in Room 202 of the Assembly II building. This area is a traditional computer lab with 50 PCs loaded with the Microsoft Office Suite, as well as course-specific and test-taking software. The lab also contains two networked printers and office supplies for student printing. This lab is accessible via tapping a valid SharkCard. It is open during normal school hours, other than scheduled classes or university holidays. Additional computer labs are found at each of NSU’s campuses and are available for student use during the hours the buildings are open. Student Lounge/Student Area The HPD has student lounges where students, who wish to relax, may do so during their free hours. Vending machines, pool table, and other games are provided for student use. Additional student lounges are available at the Denver, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Palm Beach, Puerto Rico, and Tampa Bay regional campuses. Students have always shown responsibility for general cleanliness and preventing damage to the area. The administration expects this precedent to continue in the future.