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Bachelor of Nursing Advanced Standing Program students (Moncton)

Clinical learning overview

Practice education, also called clinical learning, or "clinical" for short, is an essential component of your nursing education. 

Our clinical learning overview highlights your clinical learning during the program.

Common questions

We've compiled answers to frequently asked questions from our new students. Can't find an answer to your question? Check our student handbook or contact our administrative assistant, Alicia Jones.

Physical space

  • Each student will be issued an access card for entering the building (also the parking lot, if parking has been purchased).
  • Entry is via access card only.
  • Cards are non-transferrable.
  • Cards lost or stolen must be reported to the main office immediately.
  • No fee for initial card but $20.00 for any replacement

Hours of entry will be posted on the UNB Moncton Student Information D2L website as well as in multiple places within the building. Students will be notified by email of any changes to the posted hours


You can purchase a parking pass online.  

  • If you wish to register more than 1 vehicle or if you think you’ll change vehicles at any point during the year please select the hanging tag option
  • Add and/or update your current vehicle information. Your permit is valid in Moncton, Fredericton, and Saint John therefore it is important to ensure the proper vehicle information is in the system.
  • Select UCard as your payment option. In order to pay with a credit card or your Visa debit card, you must transfer money from your card to your UCard cash account. You do not need to have a physical UCard in order to do this. If you need to add money to your UCard account, select "add money" and follow the prompts; your funds will be available immediately once transferred. You can choose to add the exact amount of the permit you will be purchasing (cost as shown on the form) or some extra funds that can be used at the Moncton site for print credits.
  • Select "mail" as the delivery option. These will be sent to the Moncton site main office. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. –12 p.m and 1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please allow 1-2 business days for the processing of your request.

49 students are accepted into Year 1 and take their theory courses together. For clinical courses, after the initial orientation, clinical groups are formed in varying student numbers based on placement venue.


 Contact Charene Slupsky to make room and/or equipment bookings


Clinical requirements

The Moncton RCMP is now processing criminal record checks between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:45 p.m., Monday to Friday. Bring two pieces of identification.

Cost: $25

If a letter is required in order to obtain your CRC (w/ VSC) please reach out to Raquel Cyr at that time and one will be provided to you.

For those outside the Moncton area, contact your local detachment for details.


Aug. 15 each year. Your CPR and CRC (w/VSC) will need to be updated before starting Year 2 of the program.


For inquiries concerning your clinical requirements (including immunizations, CPR certification and Criminal Record Check), please contact our clinical outreach & engagement coordinator, Raquel Cyr.


Academic questions

D2L stands for "Desire to Learn" and is the learning platform used across UNB. The information from the instructors regarding each specific course will be found on this platform.


Microsoft 365 Teams is the most commonly used and is available off your UNB portal for download to your personal device. It can also be used within a browser.


The textbooks for our program are coordinated by our faculty. This means most required textbooks/lab kits will be used in more than one course throughout the two years of your program.

The books are usually bundled for purchase at the UNB Bookstore to increase savings for you.


About financial aid

Contact Shelley Clayton.

Eligible Moncton students are notified via email by the administrative assistant of any funding opportunities.


General questions

Contact our administrative assistant, Alicia Jones.

Extracurricular activities

The Moncton Nursing Society will host activities and events throughout the year. They wish to welcome you to UNB Moncton.


There are many opportunities to get involved at UNB, such as joining the Nursing Society.

Our peer mentors can help you find something you are interested, like volunteer opportunities in our community.