To develop a collaborative and cooperative structure between nursing schools within Nebraska to consistently create high standards that support nursing students in Nebraska through leadership, education, scholarship, legislation, and networking.
NSSNA is associated with the National Student Nurses'
Bylaws & Policies
Our most recently revised bylaws are available to view below. They are revised and approved each year.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How to become a member of NSSNA?
A: To become a member of Nebraska State SNA you must become a member of the National Student Nursing Association.
Clink on this which will bring you to their member service page.
Q: What is the difference between NSSNA and NSNA?
A: The Nebraska Student Nurses Association (NSSNA) is the state student nurses
association whereas the National Student Nurses Association is nationwide. For
more information on NSNA go here:
Q: How do I get involved in NSSNA and/or NSNA?
A: To become a member you just simply fill out an application and pay the nominal
application fee. By becoming a member of the NSSNA, NSNA Membership is open to Nursing Students in Associate Degree, Diploma, Baccalaureate, generic Masters and generic Doctoral programs preparing students for Registered Nurse licensure, as well as RNs in BSN completion programs.
Q: How much does it cost to become a member of the NSNA?
A: National Student Nurses’ Association Dues are as follows for Nebraska students:
New Member $31.00
Q: How do I become a member of the NSSNA Board of Directors?
A: If you would like to become a board member of the NSSNA, first become a
member of the NSNA and the NSSNA. Once a member, make sure to register for the
NSSNA annual convention. This convention is held every spring
and information about these conventions will be updated often on the NSSNA
website. Check our website frequently to find when upcoming conventions and
elections will be! For more information about what each board position entails,
If you have any more questions you can contact us