The School of Nursing provides numerous opportunities to get involved in student organizations. Below is a list of student organizations that students can be involved with. More student organizations exist at the university level through the Office of Student Life. For a full list, click here. For help connecting with organization leaders, contact the Student Success Center at SONStudentSuccess@uthscsa.edu.
Nursing Student Council (NSC)
Nursing Student Council is the umbrella organization for all School of Nursing associations, organizations, and groups. NSC consists of the NSC president and officers, as well as the officers for each class at the graduate and undergraduate level. NSC exists to provide a venue of communication between students, faculty, the Office of the Dean, and staff members. Monthly meetings are held in the fall from September through December and spring from February through April.
Black Student Nurses' Association (BSNA)
Purpose: The BSNA stands to represent and support both Black and non-Black students in their scholastic endeavors… and contribute to the nursing student education to provide the highest quality of healthcare to medically underserved populations.
Hispanic Student Nurses' Association (HSNA)
Purpose: HSNA is a non-profit organization established for the purpose of promoting Hispanic culture, professionalism, leadership, fellowship, networking, and providing quality health care to the community.
International Nursing Student Organization (INSA)
Purpose: The ISNA works to provide support for students, promote understanding of different cultures, and provide a venue where students from any cultural background can find a common ground.
Men in Nursing (MIN)
Purpose: Men In Nursing is a social, service, and mentorship organization established for the purpose of promoting thr involvement, and support of men, aspiring to become professional nurses.
National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA)
Purpose: The NSNA stands to represent nursing students to the consumer, to institutions, and other organizations as well as promote and encourage student participation in interdisciplinary activities. As well as to assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide the highest quality of healthcare.
Parents in Nursing School (PINS)
Purpose: Parents in Nursing School is a student organization established for the purpose of supporting parenting and non-parenting individuals in undergraduate or graduate nursing programs at UT Health San Antonio.