The new way to SNA

The delegate for the BYU College of Nursing has typically been pretty lonely at the annual National Student Nurse’s Association (NSNA) convention, but thanks to some creative thinking by the college SNA board, that’s about to change. Instead of paying semester dues for SNA, students can now buy a package deal that includes two yearsContinue reading “The new way to SNA”

An upgrade in delivery

Not many mothers have given birth 21 times in four months. However, Lucina, BYU College of Nursing’s newest birthing manikin has been laboring since she arrived. From the sound of her voice to the touch of her skin, Lucina delivers the most life-like delivery experience for the College of Nursing students. The manikin is oneContinue reading “An upgrade in delivery”

New nursing students take the cake at orientation night

Excitement fills the room as 62 of the newest nursing students start off the winter semester at the orientation banquet, Wednesday, January 6. The average 32% acceptance rate into the College of Nursing shows the talent of the newly accepted 60 women and 2 men in the program. An average 3.86 GPA, countless hours ofContinue reading “New nursing students take the cake at orientation night”