male nursing student uniforms - page 3
Hi guys, Hope everyone is well. I'm a male also and finishing up my pre-reqs now only 2 more semester to go. What are the uniforms like for males in school? I think a lot of nursing schools require different dress codes but for... Read More
- 0Aug 27, '05 by Sammi15Quote from AlwazAmbitiousAt my school, all nursing students (male and female) wear purple (school's color) scrub with school's patch on left shoulder and white shoe.Hi guys, Hope everyone is well. I'm a male also and finishing up my pre-reqs now only 2 more semester to go. What are the uniforms like for males in school? I think a lot of nursing schools require different dress codes but for us guys what do I have to look forward to? The white nurse cap; that's out!! The white stockings; that's out!!!
We all look like "giant grapes" or Barney
- 0Aug 27, '05 by CSimonFanI guess it depends where you are, but I'm here in NC and we only have to wear a uniform on the day of clinical (Wednesday), which consists of a white shirt, white pants, a white lab coat and white shoes, preferably leather, and every other day of the week we can wear our own clothes- jeans, t-shirts, shorts, etc... It's a relaxed community college, so being in our own attire sets us more at ease, I think.
- 0Aug 29, '05 by boomerfriendAt our community college, we all wear a Carribean blue scrub top and white pants, shoes, underwear, socks. The top has the school emblem embroidered on the left chest area. At a glance, you can tell our school's students (which is nice). The University students (Arizona State) have maroon scrub tops with the white bottoms.
- 0Sep 20, '05 by emeraldjayQuote from DonaldJAerosol hairspray or rubbing alcohol, ethyl or isopropyl on the stain for a few minutes, then wash as usual, shuld fade most of the rest of the stain out of the shirt.I was none too pleased when an ink pen busted in my shirt pocket last week. Three treatments of Shout gel, and two treatments with a bleach pen, and I still have a light brown stain.
- 0Sep 20, '05 by emeraldjayWe have to wear white sneakers or white nursing shoes, no clogs for men or women, white polo shirt with school emblem embroidered on the left chest, hunter green uniform pants that look like scrubs with sewn in creases, with an optional hunter green lab coat with embroidered emblem and elastic cuffs.
Each piece was $20 plus the $6 emroidery fee for the coat and shirt, plus sales tax. If we didn't buy the pants from the school approved uniform shop, we had to get the pants approved by the faculty.
- 0Oct 10, '05 by cjcsoon2brn, BSN, RNI am a pre-nursing student and every single day I go into the campus store to look around. But evertime I sneek a look at the nursing uniforms. For us they are white scrubs with the cursive writing "CCRI Nursing Student" on the breast of the top in green writing. Or Green scrubs with the same writing except in white. They look rather spiffy if I do say so myself.
The 4 year nursing students from the state university have to wear these white polo like sweatshirt/shirt thingies with the student logo on it and the scrub pants. In my opinion... it looks really strange. I will take the community college uniform over the state universitys uniform anyday.Last edit by cjcsoon2brn on Oct 10, '05
- 0Oct 10, '05 by Balder_LPNI'm a guy and we will be wearing white shoes, no open toes or heels, white pants, white top, allowed to wear a white turtleneck (uck) under top, and a Blue coat with school emblem (a variation of a lab coat), no visible tatoos or piercings other than one post or small hoop in each ear, no other jewelry except a wedding ring,plus a watch with second hand or constant digital readout of seconds.