When you get involved with a student organization at the Indiana University School of Nursing, not only will you build community with your fellow nursing students, but you’ll also find opportunities to enhance your nursing education and prepare for your career through professional development, networking, and service. (And it doesn’t look bad on your resume, either.)
Student Nurses’ Association
IU Bloomington is home to a chapter of the National Student Nurses’ Association, a nonprofit organization that fosters the professional development of nursing students. The IU School of Nursing Student Nurses’ Association (SNA) hosts guest speakers, panel discussions, and other events and activities that help students prepare for successful nursing careers.
Become a member
All nursing students on the IU Bloomington campus are welcome to attend SNA meetings and events.
Find the IU School of Nursing Student Nurses’ Association on Facebook.
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) was founded in 1922 by six students at the IU School of Nursing. Today this prestigious honor society, which is headquartered in Indianapolis, has more than 135,000 active members in over 500 chapters worldwide, including IU’s Alpha Chapter. Its mission is to advance world health and celebrate nursing excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service.
Become a member
If you’re an undergraduate or graduate nursing student at the IU School of Nursing, you can apply for STTI membership through the Alpha Chapter. You must meet the Alpha Chapter’s membership criteria in order to be eligible to apply.Learn how to apply for STTI membershipDiscover STTI membership benefits