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RNMeg

450 Posts

Specializes in NeuroICU/SICU/MICU.

We wear navy blue scrub top and bottom, with "NAU Nursing" embroidered on the left breast. I'm not positive about shoes, but I'm pretty sure they have to be white. I'm lucky I don't have to wear white, but they mandated Cherokee Workwear brand, which sucks (scratchy, stiff fabric..ugh).

lizzyberry

440 Posts

We have to wear a green polo shirt and a white jacket that says nursing student on it and just white scrubs.

starbabyfive

242 Posts

all white with scrub (aqua) green trim. top has 8 big buttons which are to attach the 'apron' type front!! patch on sleeve. top also is some what fitted and then flares out at the bottom like a bell. all white pants. talk about the dark ages:(:o

We're allowed to wear any all white scrubs and we sew our patch on the left sleeve ourselves.

AML09RN

39 Posts

From what I gather, ours is white scrub pants, a red scrub top with the school's initials and nursing student embroidered in white on it. Nothing too fancy, but yet, I can only imagine how much they'll charge for it. :)

RNisme

158 Posts

We get a white pants suit - elastic waist pants, and a zip up tunic, with the school patch on the upper arm. Women can opt for the dress, but I don't think anyone does. White shoes and white socks or hose. I've never felt so bland in my life.

I guess because we have to be recognized as students, and we do clinicals in different setting, which all have their own colors.

Cammie895

47 Posts

Our uniform is a white scrub top and royal blue scrub pants...lots of pockets on both which I'm sure will come in handy. We have to sew a patch on our left sleeve. It's not so bad looking as far as scrubs/uniforms go. Could have been much worse. I know I'll be proud to finally start wearing it this fall. :)

Cammie895

47 Posts

Just the normal, no thongs, no tattoos, no dangly jewelry, one ring, no fingernail polish and hair must be shorn or put up.

They really said no thongs? Why is it any of their business what sort of underwear one prefers? I'm curious as to how they might go about enforcing such a rule, lol.

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