The St. Olaf Student Nurses’ Association (SNA) is an academic student organization on campus for those interested in pursuing a career in nursing. It is a nationally recognized chapter of the National Student Nurses’ Association. SNA promotes the St. Olaf Nursing Program and nursing profession on campus by participating in National Nurses’ Week on campus every May. The SNA hosts events such as blood pressure screenings and nursing skill simulations. Members of SNA also have the opportunity to participate in service projects, attend fun fellowship events to develop a sense of community among class years, and be counseled as a prospective nursing major from those currently in the program.
Members are encouraged to:
- become a part of the National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA).
- attend the Annual NSNA Convention.
- attend the Minnesota Student Nurses’ Association Annual Convention.
The SNA Mission is to: provide professional and personal support and guidance to current and future St. Olaf nursing students through mentorship and fellowship. In addition, SNA strives to further the philosophy of holistic nursing through volunteer opportunities that enrich the mind, body, and spirits of Northfield residents.
The SNA recently held an election for the 2017-2018 academic year Board of Directors. SNA Board 2017-2018
SNA is inclusive of all class years. Meetings are monthly. If you have more questions, please speak with Megan Gehle, President (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Susan Huehn, Advisor (email@example.com).