Experiential Education Manual
V. Students

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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.

  1. Student may be required to perform community service
  2. 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.
  3. 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.

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