Action For Students (AFS)
This organization promotes social and community service. Members actively participate in community outreach programs. Being a member will enhance your life personally and professionally. There are no membership dues. Contact Patty Bollinger (402) 481-3831, Tasha Pfenning (402) 481-8749, Cindy Blake (402) 481-3217 or Julie Morbach (402) 481-732 for additional information.
Bryan Student Nurses' Association (BSNA)
Faithfully growing great nurses since 1952 Bryan student Nurses' Association (BSNA) is the local chapter of the National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA). BSNA is a pre-professional organization for nursing students and all nursing students are encouraged to join. Benefits of joining BSNA include networking with other nursing students, developing and strengthening leadership skills, providing service to others in the community, and boosting your resume for future employment. Local members wishing to become involved at the national level will need to pay a membership fee of #31 but will receive numerous benefits (savings on uniforms, books, travel). Meetings are the first Wednesday of every month at 3:30 pm. Contact Julie Skrabal (402) 481-8850 or email@example.com for additional information.
American Red Cross
Participation in American Red Cross activities is offered through the Lincoln Red Cross Chapter. Students may be involved in a variety of projects. Upon completion of 20 hours of volunteer service and RN licensure, the student receives a Red Cross pin. Contact Tiffany Hunt (402) 481-8469 for additional information.
Health Promotion Organization
The Health Promotion Organization (HPO) offers student activities such as intramural sports and volunteer opportunities for local walks and the Lincoln Marathon. Information for these activities are communicated by email, the student newsletter and/or posted in the Student Center. College logo wear are sold for funding raising activities. Contact Melinda Bentjen (402) 481-8858 for additional information.
Caring with Christ
This organization is open to all students and its mission is to disciple our classmates, faculty and clients we care for, minister to those in need, rejoice in the gifts of the day, prayerfully support one another,and incorporate the Word of the Lord into our daily lives. Contact Kay Crabtree (402) 481-4978 for additional information.
This organization is open to all students and its mission is to educate, advocate and promote awareness of our diverse college community through a supportive network. Contact Michelle Johnson at (402)-481-8762. Sheri Panietz at (402) 481-8782 or Ash Wimes at (402) 481-8375 for additional information.