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  • Privacy Notice | Lakeview College of Nursing
    the privacy of Web visitors Personal information will only be released when it is authorized by law is permitted under College policies or is clearly stated in a Web site that information may be shared and the user indicates consent by providing the information Personal information provided by e mail or other online means such as a request for information is used only for the purposes of serving that request Inquiries or comments may be redirected to the person or unit best suited to responding to the request Lakeview College of Nursing s Web server automatically collects information on the Internet address of the user s computer browser type operating system Web pages visited and time spent on the site This information is used in aggregate to understand how visitors used the College s Web site The College strongly discourages the inclusion in server logs of information that could identify individual users The College s Web site has links to other Web sites When a user leaves the College s Web site and visits another site the privacy policy of that site governs its use Lakeview College of Nursing is not responsible for the content of such Web sites or their privacy practices If users have any questions about this privacy notice or any information gathered through the Lakeview College of Nursing Web site they should contact webmaster lakeviewcol edu If users wish to review or change information gathered about them through the Lakeview College of Nursing Web site they may contact the Webmaster who will assist them in locating the person responsible for the site so that they may make their request for that review or change directly with the appropriate person August 28 2012 Previous Pause Next White Coat Level Pin Ceremony Level II III IV required attendance

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  • Site Map | Lakeview College of Nursing
    s List Edvance 360 Forms Health Insurance Housing SONIS Student Government Technology You are here Home Site Map Site Map Main menu Home About Us Accreditations Board of Directors Consumer Information Employee directory Faculty History Mission Vision Values Personnel Testimonials Visit Lakeview Programs BSN LPN to BSN RN to BSN Locations Charleston Danville Admissions Admission Requirements Applications and Forms Additional Applicant Information Application Processes Coursework Required for Admission Frequently Asked Questions Is Nursing for You Pre Admission Test Information Admissions Recruitment Transcript Evaluation Alumni Memories Transcript Request Tuition and Financial Aid Consumer Information Grants and Loans Financial Aid Requirements Scholarships Student Loan Code of Conduct Tuition Fees Expenses Refunds Library APA Computer lab schedules Evidence based Practice Journal or Magazine How do I tell Mission Vision and Scope of Practice Printing Tips Resources Students Academic Calendar Accomplishments Assessment Books and Supplies Catalog Handbook Clinical Resources Commencement Curriculum Dean s List Edvance 360 Forms Health Insurance Housing SONIS Student Government Technology Previous Pause Next White Coat Level Pin Ceremony Level II III IV required attendance Feb 19 Fall Summer Registration Feb 22 to Mar 4 Mid term Mar 2 Fall Summer Late Registration 50 Mar 7 Spring Break Mar 14 to Mar 18 Spring Break College Closed Mar 18 Fall Application Deadline Apr 1 Research Day Level II III IV required attendance Apr 15 400 Level Final exams Apr 18 to Apr 22 Withdraw Deadline by 12 00pm Apr 22 Read Media RSS Feed View Full RSS Feed Schedule a tour today Come to visit us at a campus Danville Campus 903 N Logan Avenue Danville IL 61832 217 709 0920 Charleston Campus 580 W Lincoln Avenue Charleston IL 61920 217 345 1575 A History of adaptability caring excellence integrity service Personnel Work at Lakeview IBHE complaints 2016 Lakeview College of

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  • Testimonials (old) | Lakeview College of Nursing
    Practice Printing Tips Resources Students Academic Calendar Accomplishments Assessment Books and Supplies Catalog Handbook Clinical Resources Commencement Curriculum Dean s List Edvance 360 Forms Health Insurance Housing SONIS Student Government Technology You are here Home About Us Testimonials old Testimonials old Previous Pause Next White Coat Level Pin Ceremony Level II III IV required attendance Feb 19 Fall Summer Registration Feb 22 to Mar 4 Mid term Mar 2 Fall Summer Late Registration 50 Mar 7 Spring Break Mar 14 to Mar 18 Spring Break College Closed Mar 18 Fall Application Deadline Apr 1 Research Day Level II III IV required attendance Apr 15 400 Level Final exams Apr 18 to Apr 22 Withdraw Deadline by 12 00pm Apr 22 Read Media RSS Feed View Full RSS Feed Schedule a tour today Come to visit us at a campus Danville Campus 903 N Logan Avenue Danville IL 61832 217 709 0920 Charleston Campus 580 W Lincoln Avenue Charleston IL 61920 217 345 1575 A History of adaptability caring excellence integrity service Personnel Work at Lakeview IBHE complaints 2016 Lakeview College of Nursing All Rights Reserved Privacy Notice Site Map Footer Column 1 Home About Us Accreditations Board of Directors Consumer

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  • Contact Us | Lakeview College of Nursing
    Conduct Tuition Fees Expenses Refunds Library APA Computer lab schedules Evidence based Practice Journal or Magazine How do I tell Mission Vision and Scope of Practice Printing Tips Resources Students Academic Calendar Accomplishments Assessment Books and Supplies Catalog Handbook Clinical Resources Commencement Curriculum Dean s List Edvance 360 Forms Health Insurance Housing SONIS Student Government Technology You are here Home Contact Us Contact Us Indicates required field Campus Location Please select Danville Charleston Program of Interest Please select BSN LPN BSN BNA CNA RN BSN First Name Last Name Address City State Select Alabama Alaska Alberta Arizona Arkansas British Columbia California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Manitoba Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Brunswick New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York Newfoundland North Carolina North Dakota Northwest Territories Nova Scotia Nunavut Ohio Oklahoma Ontario Oregon Pennsylvania Prince Edward Island Quebec Rhode Island Saskatchewan South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virgin Islands Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Yukon Territories Zip Code Primary Phone Alternate Phone Email HS Grad or GED Year Select 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Comments Website URL A History of adaptability caring excellence integrity service Personnel Work at Lakeview IBHE complaints 2016 Lakeview College of Nursing All Rights Reserved Privacy Notice Site Map Footer Column 1 Home About Us Accreditations Board of Directors Consumer Information Employee directory History Mission Vision Values Personnel Testimonials Visit Lakeview Programs BSN LPN to BSN RN to BSN Footer Column 2 Locations Charleston

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  • Matriculation, Retention & Graduation Rates | Lakeview College of Nursing
    Dean s List Edvance 360 Forms Health Insurance Housing SONIS Student Government Technology You are here Home Tuition and Financial Aid Consumer Information Matriculation Retention Graduation Rates Matriculation Retention Graduation Rates Academic Year Matriculates Retention Graduation Accelerated 2000 2001 14 11 79 11 79 2001 2002 24 19 79 19 79 2002 2003 45 35 78 35 78 2003 2004 54 47 87 47 87 2004 2005 103 84 82 84 82 2005 2006 138 128 93 128 93 2006 2007 130 113 87 113 87 42 32 2007 2008 147 121 82 121 82 32 22 2008 2009 149 124 83 124 83 22 15 2009 2010 138 117 85 117 85 39 28 2010 2011 155 126 81 126 81 39 25 2011 2012 136 118 87 118 87 40 29 2012 2013 183 157 86 101 55 58 32 2013 2014 163 149 91 1 1 Incomplete Data Based upon data as of Sept 4 2014 Previous Pause Next White Coat Level Pin Ceremony Level II III IV required attendance Feb 19 Fall Summer Registration Feb 22 to Mar 4 Mid term Mar 2 Fall Summer Late Registration 50 Mar 7 Spring Break Mar 14 to Mar 18 Spring Break College Closed Mar 18 Fall Application Deadline Apr 1 Research Day Level II III IV required attendance Apr 15 400 Level Final exams Apr 18 to Apr 22 Withdraw Deadline by 12 00pm Apr 22 Read Media RSS Feed View Full RSS Feed Schedule a tour today Come to visit us at a campus Danville Campus 903 N Logan Avenue Danville IL 61832 217 709 0920 Charleston Campus 580 W Lincoln Avenue Charleston IL 61920 217 345 1575 A History of adaptability caring excellence integrity service Personnel Work at Lakeview IBHE complaints 2016 Lakeview College of Nursing

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  • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Prevention | Lakeview College of Nursing
    blood pressure significant long term effects such as high blood pressure fibrocystic breast disease and perhaps certain kinds of cancer may begin even during college To minimize caffeine withdrawal symptoms cut back use gradually Caffeine is present not only in coffee but also tea soft drinks chocolate and many over the counter medications designed for weight control alertness and fighting cold symptoms ANABOLIC STEROIDS The manufacture delivery possession or use of an anabolic steroid without a valid and legal prescription is a criminal offense as stated by Illinois Law Physicians or other licensed practitioners are prohibited by law from prescribing anabolic steroids for the purpose of increasing strength weight or muscle mass without a medical need The issuance of a prescription for anabolic steroids for the enhancement of performance in a sport game or exercise is illegal DEPRESSANTS Alcohol barbiturates tranquilizers and methaqualone are all central nervous system depressants which means they retard nerve and muscle response They can create physical dependence and rapid withdrawal without medical supervision can be fatal Somewhat like alcohol in pill form barbiturates make you sleepy or drunk depending on the dosage They are only effective and safe for inducing sleep for a few days at a time they are seldom long term solutions for sleep problems Abuse of tranquilizers often starts unintentionally A doctor may prescribe them for anxiety back pain muscle pain muscle spasms or some other condition but a patient may become uncomfortable getting through the day without them and continue the medication indefinitely In the long term anxiety should be dealt with directly without resorting to drugs Healthy methods of dealing with anxiety include relaxation tapes stress management techniques exercise and a nutritious diet Phencyclidine usually called PCP or angel dust was developed as an animal anesthetic tranquilizer but is now used by some as a cheaper more powerful marijuana However PCP has much less predictable and often more dramatic and even violent psychotic results than marijuana Psychologist Stephen J Levy who has served as director of the Division of Drug Abuse at the New Jersey Medical School says Even experienced users cannot be certain how it will affect them each time Young people zonked on PCP frequently wind up admitted to county psychiatric units More than occasionally these users do not return to reality they suffer from permanent psychosis NARCOTICS Heroin morphine opium codeine and other narcotics have depressant effects and a strong painkilling action Narcotics rapidly create significant dependency even if snorted or swallowed instead of injected These are not just drugs of the ghetto numerous upscale urbanites have tried heroin and become dependent Not many college students become addicted to narcotics but those who do often disrupt their lives significantly Because of illegality a narcotics habit is quite expensive Many of the most serious physical complications of these drugs result from illegal status such as overdose allergic reaction to a contaminant AIDS or hepatitis from a shared needle Frequent injections over a long period of time can lead to abscesses blood poisoning vein and lung infections CANNABIS MARIJUANA AND ITS RELATIVES Scientists have discovered over 360 chemicals in the cannabis plant Tetrahydrocannabinol THC is its most significant hallucinogenic component Hashish which is the pure resin of the plant is approximately ten times more potent than regular marijuana Pure THC is the most concentrated potent form however PCP and other potentially hazardous drugs are often sold as THC Unlike most other drugs which the body flushes out with water within a day or so of use THC is fat soluble so it may remain in your body for several weeks Recent reports conclude that lung damage from smoking one marijuana joint equals that of smoking five tobacco cigarettes Lung tissue of long term marijuana smokers shows elevated levels of precancerous cellular changes Marijuana negatively affects the reproductive system memory and other brain function and motor coordination HALLUCINOGENS Thousands of plants and synthetic chemicals contain hallucinogenic drugs that alter perception Hallucinogens are extremely potent they can create states more mind altering than virtually any other drug Potency varies significantly among hallucinogens LSD lysergic acid diethylamide is 100 times stronger than mushroom derived mescaline LSD comes in many forms often on blotter paper or sugar cubes The LSD experience usually begins slowly within an hour of ingestion it lasts from 2 to 12 hours Psilocybin has a much shorter cycle and a mescaline experience may last from 10 to 18 hours Many drugs sold as these hallucinogens are wholly or partially PCP STIMULANTS Any central nervous system stimulant speeds up some major aspect of body function heart rate respiration and so forth It raises blood pressure which increases risk of cardiovascular damage All major categories of stimulants amphetamines cocaine nicotine and caffeine are used in significant quantity on college campuses Caffeine and amphetamines are frequently used by students who want to stay up late studying Dr Kathryn McIntyre a psychiatrist at the University of Texas Counseling and Mental Health Center warns that tasks that are creative are not enhanced by chemical stimulants A recent article in Newsweek on Campus added that students who pull all nighters with speed may end up having an even harder time absorbing and retrieving information they are trying so desperately to master Some individuals who want to lose weight also try amphetamines however specialists report that the drug loses its efficacy for this purpose after several weeks Many amphetamines sold on the street look exactly like prescription pills but are actually illegally manufactured look alikes with unpredictable strength and purity Weight lost by using amphetamines is often gained back after the drug use stops making the benefits of weight loss insignificant as opposed to the risk of the drug use Cocaine in any form is costly can lead to use of alcohol or other depressants to counter cocaine s nerve disturbances disrupts sleep and work patterns and distorts perceptions of one s effectiveness thus affecting academic performance Cocaine use may also cause long term heart damage

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  • Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) | Lakeview College of Nursing
    parent or eligible student in order to release any information from a student s education record However FERPA allows schools to disclose those records without consent to the following parties or under the following conditions 34 CFR 99 31 School officials with legitimate educational interest Other schools to which a student is transferring Specified officials for audit or evaluation purposes Appropriate parties in connection with financial aid to a student Organizations conducting certain studies for or on behalf of the school Accrediting organizations To comply with a judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena Appropriate officials in cases of health and safety emergencies and State and local authorities within a juvenile justice system pursuant to specific State law Schools may disclose without consent directory information such as a student s name address telephone number date and place of birth honors and awards and dates of attendance However schools must tell parents and eligible students about directory information and allow parents and eligible students a reasonable amount of time to request that the school not disclose directory information about them Schools must notify parents and eligible students annually of their rights under FERPA The actual means of notification special letter inclusion in a PTA bulletin student handbook or newspaper article is left to the discretion of each school For additional information or technical assistance you may call 202 260 3887 voice Individuals who use TDD may call the Federal Information Relay Service at 1 800 877 8339 Or you may contact us at the following address Family Policy Compliance Office U S Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue SW Washington D C 20202 4605 Model Notification of Rights under FERPA for Postsecondary Institutions The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act FERPA affords students certain rights with respect to their education records These rights include 1 The right to inspect and review the student s education records within 45 days of the day the University receives a request for access A student should submit to the registrar dean head of the academic department or other appropriate official a written request that identifies the record s the student wishes to inspect The Uni versity official will make arrangements for access and notify the student of the time and place where the records may be inspected If the records are not maintained by the University official to whom the request was submitted that official shall advise the student of the correct official to whom the request should be addressed 2 The right to request the amendment of the student s education records that the student believes are inaccurate misleading or otherwise in violation of the student s privacy rights under FERPA A student who wishes to ask the University to amend a record should write the University official responsible for the record clearly identify the part of the record the student wants changed and specify why it should be changed If the University decides not to amend the record as requested the University will notify

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  • Voter Registration | Lakeview College of Nursing
    election information Here is a listing of county clerks in areas nearby Lakeview Campuses Champaign County Clerk 1776 E Washington Urbana Illinois 61802 217 384 3724 Iroquois County Clerk 1001 E Grant Street Watseka IL 60970 815 432 6960 Coles County Clerk 651 Jackson Avenue Charleston IL 61920 217 348 0501 Livingston County Clerk 112 W Madison St Pontiac IL 61764 815 844 2006 Fax 815 842 1844 DeWitt County Clerk 201 W Washington Street P O Box 439 Clinton IL 61727 217 935 2119 McLean County Clerk 115 E Washington Street Room 102 PO Box 2400 Bloomington IL 61702 2400 Phone 309 888 5190 Fax 309 888 5932 Douglas County Clerk 401 S Center P O Box 467 Tuscola IL 61953 217 253 2411 Moultrie County Clerk 10 S Main Street Sullivan IL 61951 217 728 4389 Edgar County Clerk 115 W Court Street Paris IL 61944 1785 217 466 7433 Piatt County Clerk Courthouse Room 110 101 W Washington Monticello IL 61856 Telephone 217 762 9487 Ford County Clerk 200 West State Street Paxton IL 60957 217 379 2721 Vermilion County Clerk 6 North Vermilion Street Courthouse Annex 1st Floor Danville Illinois 61832 Phone 217 554 1915 Previous Pause Next White Coat Level Pin Ceremony Level II III IV required attendance Feb 19 Fall Summer Registration Feb 22 to Mar 4 Mid term Mar 2 Fall Summer Late Registration 50 Mar 7 Spring Break Mar 14 to Mar 18 Spring Break College Closed Mar 18 Fall Application Deadline Apr 1 Research Day Level II III IV required attendance Apr 15 400 Level Final exams Apr 18 to Apr 22 Withdraw Deadline by 12 00pm Apr 22 Read Media RSS Feed View Full RSS Feed Schedule a tour today Come to visit us at a campus Danville Campus 903

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