Alverno College Student Nurses' Association ACSNA
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- Black Student Nurses' Association BSNA
- Hispanic Student Nurses of Alverno HNA
Alverno College Student Nurses' Association
The Alverno College Student Nurses’ Association is a constituent of the Wisconsin and the National Student Nurses’ Association. At Alverno, this organization represents all students majoring in nursing. The organization has elected officers. A faculty member in the nursing division serves as advisor. ACSNA is an officially registered organization on the Alverno College campus.
The purposes of the ACSNA are to:
Assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality health care
Provide programs representative of fundamental and current professional interest and concerns
Aid in the development of the whole person and her professional role, and her responsibility for the health care of people in all walks of life
Encourage communication and promote unity among Alverno nursing students and other Wisconsin schools of nursing
Represent nursing students to the consumer, to the Alverno community and to other institutions and organizations
Keep members up-to-date on legislative issues and involve members in legislative reform
These goals are implemented through such activities as scheduled program meetings, special campus
activities including community outreach, and maintenance of a communications bulletin board.
There is a membership fee that entitles the student to membership in the local organization (ACSNA). This fee entitles the student to voting rights within ACSNA and to the newsletter for ACSNA. There is an additional fee for membership to Wisconsin Student Nurses’ Association and the National Student Nurses’ Association have one fee to join both organizations. Benefits of joining the WSNA and NSNA include Imprint, the national magazine published by and for student nurses, and Student STAT, the official publication for WSNA, and there are many scholarship opportunities available to these students.
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