Student Enrichment Center (SEC) is staffed by faculty Monday-Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Need some help with one of your courses, or with a general skill? We can help! The CCON SEC provides free professional assistance for nursing students in the areas of:
- Individual or group tutoring
- Interactive study groups
- Study skills
- Time management techniques
- Test-taking strategies
- Writing support
Contact the Ascension Columbia St. Mary's librarian for questions about literature searches and other library services.
Kellee L. Selden, Library and Learning Management Systems Manager
Ascension Columbia St. Mary's Women's Hospital
Library is located within the hospital – 2nd Floor
2323 N. Lake Drive | Milwaukee
Phone: (414) 585-1626
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Columbia College of Nursing - AfterCollege.com:
Aftercollege is an excellent resource for job postings, career advice, and much more
Ascension Employment Opportunities:
Whether you are a freshman or a senior, if you have an interest in job opportunities with an Ascension WI hospital or clinic, visit the page listed above.
Students of Columbia College of Nursing have access to a variety of technology resources.
Hours: 8:00AM - 4:30PM
Location: CCON Administration Suite, 203
Staff: Keith Jackson, Learning Resources Coordinator. 414-326-2335, email@example.com
Canvas Guide for Students
Outlook Web Access guide
Course registration: All CCON students are registered each semester by the Registrar once payment is paid in full.
Education Verifications: Requests for verifying enrollment and degrees will require an authorization release from the student.
VA Enrollment Certification: Student Veterans are encouraged to submit certificate of eligibility along with the Application for Certification (see Veterans Benefits for details).
Official Transcript Requests:
- CCON is able to process official transcripts for graduates from the diploma program prior to 1985 or for more recent graduates only.
- If you graduated after 1985 from a joint degree program, please contact the Registrar’s Office at either Carroll University or Mount Mary University for your official/unofficial transcript.
- If you are a current student, CCON is able to process your official/unofficial transcript requests.
How to request official transcripts:
- Print and complete the Transcript Request Form
- Type/print your (the student's) name and sign/date the form as required by the Family Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974. Requests need a signature to be processed.
- Send completed form along with $6.00 (standard delivery) or $10.00 (rush delivery) to the Registrar’s Office:
Columbia College of Nursing
ATTN: Registrar’s Office
4425 N. Port Washington Rd.
Glendale, WI 53212
Transcript Fee: Payment accepted by cash, check or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover accepted). Make checks payable to CCON.*
*Note: If there is a hold on your student record, you must resolve it before a transcript will be released.
Columbia College of Nursing is proud to support the men and women in uniform who have served our country. It is the responsibility of the student Veteran to be aware of their eligibility for federal and state veteran’s benefits and follow all program requirements. Student Veterans are asked to contact the Registrar’s Office to initiate the procedure to have their Veteran’s Affairs (VA) benefits processed. Students will be required to complete the Application for Certification of Veterans Affairs Education Benefits before each semester they wish to have VA Education Benefits apply.
Columbia College of Nursing also participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. The Yellow Ribbon benefit is on a “first-come, first-serve” basis and will be awarded to the first five eligible students that apply. Columbia College of Nursing agrees to provide Yellow Ribbon Program contributions of $1500 to the first five eligible individuals that apply during the academic year. Students are required to submit a signed, completed Yellow Ribbon Benefit Application to the VA Certifying Official. Student applications will be considered as they are received. When the document is processed, the student will be notified if they are eligible to receive benefits through the Yellow Ribbon Program.
For specific eligibility criteria and clarification of benefit programs, students should refer to the Department of Veterans Affairs website, www.gibill.va.gov or contact their County Veterans Services Officer (CVSO) for assistance in utilizing benefits.
FERPA: All educational records are protected under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. Students are required to complete a FERPA Release of Student Information for record release.
Registrar can assist students in the areas below:
- Name change (students can update address/phone information in SONIS)
- Official transcript requests
- Adding/Dropping courses
- Creation of modified class schedule
- Resume writing / interviewing tips
- Study habits / time management / organizational skills
Christina Johnson, MS
VA Certifying Official
4425 North Port Washington Road, Suite 203
Glendale, WI 53212