|(a) Students should have a mechanism for input into the development of academic policies and procedures, curriculum planning, and evaluation of teaching effectiveness. (b) The number of students admitted to the program shall be determined by the number of qualified faculty, adequate educational facilities and resources, and the availability of appropriate clinical learning experiences for students. (c) Written policies regarding student admission and progression shall be developed and implemented in accordance with the requirements that the governing institution must meet to maintain accreditation. Student policies that differ from those of the governing institution shall be in writing and shall be made available to faculty and students. (d) Students shall hold a current, valid license or privilege to practice as a registered nurse in the state(s) in which they participate in any clinical learning experiences, including, but not limited to, laboratory or observational experiences involving patient contact or having the potential to involve patient contact, including contact via telehealth. (e) There shall be written policies for student grievance, health, safety, and welfare. (f) Students shall have the opportunity to evaluate faculty, courses, and learning resources and these evaluations shall be documented.