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Student Organizations

Student Organizations - College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Connect with your classmates, begin networking in your field, do service and have fun! Our student organizations would love to have you involved.


Arlington Nursing Students' Association
Members of ANSA

The Arlington Nursing Students' Association (ANSA) is the local chapter of the National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA), a national organization of student nurses that provides a gateway to professional nursing organizations.

Website: ANSA at MavOrgs
Faculty Sponsor: Shawn Tindell,

Asian American Student Nursing Association
Members of AASNA

The Asian American Student Nursing Association (AASNA) is a student organization that serves as a liaison between the Asian American community, the lower-division nursing students, the upper division nursing students, faculty, staff, and nursing professionals.

Website: AASNA at MavOrgs
Faculty Sponsor: Denise Cauble,

Black Student Nursing Association
Members of BSNA

The Black Student Nursing Association (BSNA) is a student nursing organization developed in 1993 that functions as a support and networking group. It was created to provide support and create a bond between nursing students, encourage a positive self-image with positive role models, and assist in the recruitment of students into the College of Nursing.

Website: BSNA at MavOrgs
Faculty Sponsor: Sara Washington,

Health Innovation Constituency Council
Meeting of the HICC

The Health Innovation Constituency Council serves as a liaison between nursing, public health, and kinesiology students with faculty and professionals. HICC represents all College of Nursing and Health Innovation students on campus. Make your voice heard through HICC!

Website: HICC at MavOrgs
Faculty Advisor: D'Ann Shidler,

Hispanic Student Nursing Association
HSNA's Homecoming Day Parade Float

The Hispanic Student Nursing Association (HSNA) works to build partnerships between the student, the family, community role models and the College to promote the successful development of the Hispanic student as a professional nurse.

Website: HSNA at MavOrgs
Faculty Sponsor: Griselle Estrada,

Male Student Nursing Association
Member of MSNA

Network and connect with male nursing students! The Male Student Nursing Association (MSNA) works to promote nursing as a career path for male students and supports current students, providing social and service opportunities.

Website: MSNA at MavOrgs
Faculty Sponsor: Tom Dombrowsky,


Society of Kinesiology Scholars
SOKS Presentation Booth

An organization dedicated to health and fitness through activities, athletics, fundraising and various community outreach programs.

Website: SOKS at MavOrgs
Facebook: SOKS on Facebook
Faculty Sponsor: Tyler Garner,

Athletic Training Student Association
Members of ATSA

The Athletic Training Student Association (ATSA) seeks to promote and advance the profession of Athletic Training, encourage education and the exchange of ideas, develop and maintain professional relationships, and improve the profession of athletic training at The University of Texas Arlington, the community, and beyond.

Website: ATSA - Athletic Training Student Association
Faculty Sponsor: Cynthia Trowbridge,

Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society

A College of Education student organization for Teacher Certification Students, including Kinesiology Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) students, Kappa Delta Pi recognizes excellence in education, and elects those to membership who exhibit the ideals of scholarship, high personal standards, and promise in teaching and allied professions.

Website: Kappa Delta Pi
Chapter Counselor: Teaira Little, (College of Education)

Other Student Organizations

Find other UTA student organizations at MavOrgs. UTA student organizations are typically open to any interested UTA student, faculty, or staff member, and will not deny membership on any basis prohibited by applicable law, including but not limited to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, or veteran status.