| SIUE Student Nurse Association The Student Nurses Association (SNA) is a pre-professional organization for the American Nurses Association. SIUE member students participate in the 10th District Illinois Nurses Association.
SNA membership enables students to belong to the National and Illinois Student Nurses Association. Membership is open to students who are considering nursing as their major area of concentration or who have been accepted into the School of Nursing.
The Student Nurses Association provides an environment in which to connect with fellow nursing students, whether for support or to complete volunteer hours. Each membership comes with a free t-shirt. What's more, SNA always looks great on resumés!
| Student Nurse Achievement Program (SNAP) The federally funded SIUE School of Nursing's Student Nurse Achievement Program (SNAP) is designed to recruit racially, ethnically, andor culturally diverse high school graduates and college students interested in pursuing a bachelor of science degree in nursing. Students are recruited from educationally underserved circumstances that limit opportunities for successful post-secondary education.
Students are our number one priority. Beginning in their freshman year, SNAP students receive faculty and peer support through mentorship programs, remediation, and study groups. School of Nursing faculty advise and monitor student progress throughout the program, promoting academic and personal success.
Nursing Circle, the social/academic component of SNAP, allows students to plan and participate in social activities and community service opportunities throughout their time with the School of Nursing.
|Epsilon Eta Chapter The mission of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, is advancing world health and celebrating nursing excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service. Membership in the Epsilon Eta Chapter of STTI at SIUE is by invitation to baccalaureate and graduate nursing students who demonstrate excellence in scholarship and to nurse leaders exhibiting exceptional achievements in nursing.|