Luther Student Nurses Association
LSNA (Luther Student Nurses Association) is a group for students that is currently in or will be applying to the Nursing program. Whether you are thinking about nursing as your professional career or know nursing is your destined path, LSNA brings you together with students who have been through the same experiences and emotions that you are and will be traveling through.
This organization was previously known as the Pre-Registered Nursing Club (PRN) and was changed this past year to LSNA in order to promote professionalism and align our focus with the National Student Nurses Association. Through this change, the LSNA board and advisors are working to develop a clear mission for the organization.
Currently, LSNA’s three goals are: professionalism, community, and fun. These three goals will guide this semester’s plan, which is to increase involvement in volunteer activities in the community and connect with the junior nursing class in Rochester. Some of the LSNA activities for the year include spreading the word about LSNA through the homecoming parade, connecting with other nursing majors through the development of nursing families, and having fun.
Keep visiting this website to learn more about the program. Through the website and the newsletter, you will be informed about Luther’s nursing program, happenings in “real world” nursing, as well as being introduced to professors, alumni, and current students.
The hope for LSNA is that it becomes everything that you need it to be--support, guidance, study break, sources of information, and much more. This will occur through open communication so feel free to talk to anyone on the LSNA board, any seniors, or any nursing professor about what you would like to see or what you need from LSNA. Best wishes with your studies!