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National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA)

The National Student Nurses' Association is a voluntary organization through which nursing students practice self-governance; advocate for student rights and the rights of patients; and take collective responsible action on vital social and political issues.
mentors the professional development of future registered nurses and facilitates their entrance into the professions by providing educational resources, leadership opportunities, career guidance and community involvement.

Benefits of being a member of NSNA:

  • Your involvement will help you stand to stand out from other nursing applicants for RN positions
  • Chances to network with other students, nurses and healthcare professionals
  • Opportunities to participate in community service activities throughout local communities
  • Opportunity to receive an NSNA honor cord to war at graduations
  • Leadership opportunities on the local, state and national level

Come to a Meeting

Tuesday 11/18  10:55-11:15 am  in Eng B121 A/B. 
Tuesday 12/09 10:40-10:55 am in Eng B121 A/B

All nursing and pre-nursing students are welcome and food will be provided.

Contact the E-Board

Katie Coleman, President,

Morgan Daniels, Vice President,

Melody Rueangrung, Treasurer,

Emily Espinal, Secretary,

Faculty Advisors

Dr. Cheryl Resha,

Dr. Antoinette Towle,


Facebook: SCSU NSNA

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