Please contact Margeaux Holloway, Assistant to the Dean, email@example.com for more information about the Advisory Board and Dean's Circle.
Nursing Student Organizations
Nursing Student Association (NSA)
The Nursing Students' Association provides students an opportunity to participate in identifying the needs of the School of Nursing and Health Professions and allowing them to work collaboratively to achieve their goals. Their activities have strengthened student participation in community activities, e.g. the AIDS Walk and National Depression Day. On campus they have been instrumental in arranging BLS, ACLS, PALS, and other certifications classes to the nursing students. More information on this organization can be found at the USFCA NSA website <http://usfcansa.weebly.com>. Feel free to email Julianne Cerelli <firstname.lastname@example.org> if you have questions.
Sigma Theta Tau: Beta Gamma Chapter
Sigma Theta Tau International
is the nursing honor society of nurse leaders and scholars.Its membership is international and members hold a minimum of a BSN degree Members may be inducted as undergraduate or graduate nursing students or community leaders. Undergraduate and graduate eligibility is based on academic achievement; community member eligibility is based on outstanding contribution to the profession of nursing. Undergraduate nursing students may be inducted in either their Junior or Senior year.
Graduate nursing students are eligible when they have completed at least 1/4 of their graduate program and have a GPA of 3.5.
Male Student Nurses Society (MSNS)
Tri-Gamma Nursing Society is a local Society established at the University of San Francisco's School of Nursing and Health Professions. Tri-Gamma was established in 1948 under the banner of Goodness, Graciousness, and Generosity. Since then, the women of Tri-Gamma have worked to uphold these values through community service, academics, and establishment of sisterhood. The purpose of Tri-Gamma is to promote academic excellence, establish deep friendships, to develop strong character, participate in the community, and to broaden the moral, intellectual, and spiritual life of its members in every way possible. This organization allows the development of leadership and encourages members to assure the highest responsibilities as students and future professionals.
For more information on this organization, please email Tori Shirhall at email@example.com.
The purpose of this student-led organization is to empower the male
student nurse population at the University of San Francisco. Through active
involvement in volunteerism and activities that build moral character both on
and off campus, this organization develops leadership, academic, networking,
and fundamental nursing skills among its members while creating and sustaining
peer-mentor relationships. Male student nurses should join this organization
because it unifies the bond between all nursing cohorts at the University of
For membership information, please contact the MSNS Membership Coordinator, Carlo Soriano (academic year 2013-2014), at firstname.lastname@example.org
The faculty adviser is Dr. Greg DeBourgh (email@example.com)
Nursing Student Multicultural Interest Group
This is a dynamic group for nursing students interested in sharing their own culture, learning about other cultures and increasing cultural awareness of both faculty and current students within the School of Nursing and Health Professions. For more information on this organization, please contact Dr. Betsy Stetson, firstname.lastname@example.org, Dr. Robin Buccheri, email@example.com, Dr. Anna Kwong, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Dr. Tina Lemos, email@example.com
Health Professions Student Organization
Masters in Public Health Student Association (MPHSA)
The purpose of the MPHSA shall be to create a sense of community and solidarity within the MPH Program. The MPHSA will work towards its goals by developing professional and social relationships among the current University of San Francisco (USF) public health students and alumni and other public health practitioners. It will also serve to encourage and promote community involvement by association members, and to stimulate interest and advance in the profession of public health.
For more information on this organization, please contact faculty advisor Dr. Courtney Keeler, firstname.lastname@example.org.