Student Nurses’ Association
The National Student Nurses’ Association has a nationwide
membership of over 60,000 student nurses and is dedicated to fostering the
professional development of nursing students. It offers educational resources,
leadership opportunities and career guidance.
The Student Nurses' Association
(SNA) of Northern Arizona University is a student organization composed of all
university pre-nursing and nursing students and is governed by an executive
board under the supervision of a faculty adviser.
With the goal of providing the
highest quality health care, SNA is dedicated to the enhancement of: Professionalism
- Nursing education
- Kaplan exam preparation
- Peer mentoring
In addition, SNA:
- Encourages participation in health-care related community
and volunteer affairs
- Promotes recruitment efforts
- Promotes and encourages collaborative relationships
with nursing and related health organizations
- Seeks to influence health care, nursing education, and
practice through legislative activities
- Promotes the education about the different fields of
nursing by bringing in nurses, hiring managers for hospitals and nurse
educators from a variety of specialties
The SNA meetings are determined each semester in Nursing Room 124.
All meetings will be from 5-6pm and food will be served!
with fellow nursing students
work in the flagstaff area
We have a membership fee of $40 that covers you
for the entirety of your college career. Graduating soon? We also do $10 a
semester up until the $40 limit is reached. The membership provides access to
the mentor/mentee program, Kaplan study sessions, exam preparation tips and
strategies, graduation cord, food at the meetings as well as an SNA "We
call the shots" crew shirt in navy or white!