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Center for Experiential Learning

ASAP Nursing Field Periods

Students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing for Registered Nurses (RN) program must complete one 140-hour Field Period as a part of their bachelor’s degree requirements.  An overview of the Field Period program and requirements are provided during the student’s orientation to the nursing program.

As an upper-level nursing course, Field Period is a nursing-focused learning experience for the individual student or group. The Field Period builds upon previous experiences, demonstrating growth and an enhanced ability to think critically. Off-campus experiences highlight personal and professional development and can also involve the areas of service learning, working with diverse populations, and working with other disciplines.

Examples of Previous Field Period Sites:

•    AIDS Community Resources, Syracuse, N.Y.
•    Arnot Odgen Medical Center, Elmira, N.Y.
•    Camp Whitman, Dresden, N.Y.
•    Chenango County Health Department, Norwich, N.Y.
•    Crouse Hospital, Syracuse, N.Y.
•    Erway Ambulance Service Inc., Elmira, N.Y.
•    Finger Lakes Migrant Health, Penn Yan, N.Y.
•    Hmong Christian District – Medical Mission to Laos
•    Hospice of the Finger Lakes, Auburn, N.Y.
•    Mission of Miracles – Medical Mission to Honduras
•    Rochester General Hospital, Rochester, N.Y.
•    South Port Correctional Facility, Pine City, N.Y.
•    The Healing Tree, Newark, N.Y.