Nursing students get more time to appeal treatment


KALISPELL - Students, unhappy with their treatment in the nursing program at Montana State University-Northern, got a bit of relief Thursday from the state Board of Regents.

The board told Northern officials to give the complaining students more time to challenge decisions and grades that they said have jeopardized their careers.

But regents also told students to use the established appeals system in the Montana university system and at the Havre campus for any further gripes. Don't return to the board unless that process is exhausted without satisfaction, they said.

The regents should not...

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