How can I become a member of the Florida Nursing Students Association?
Students must first obtain membership through the National Students Nurses Association. As a member of NSNA, you are automatically enrolled in your state association. Visit NSNA's membership page to become an official member.
How can I serve on an FNSA committee?
Visit our committee page and sign up to become a member of the committee of your choice. You may also wish to contact the committee chair, found on each committee page, if you have any questions prior to volunteering.
How can I serve on the FNSA Executive Board?
Members of our board are elected at our annual convention in the Fall of every year. Applications for pre-slating will open closer to the convention date.
My school does not have a student nursing association chapter. Where do we begin?
There are many new nursing schools in Florida. Talk to your faculty and student activities director about starting a chapter at your school. Visit our membership committee chair, Abbygail Lapinski , at firstname.lastname@example.org, for our Chapter Handbook and the application to obtain FNSA constituency.
My school's information has not been updated. Who can I contact?
Visit the region page for your school and contact your FNSA Region Director to get your information updated.
I would like to attend the next FNSA convention. Where can I find more information?
Please visit our Convention page for links to reservations, registration, hotel information and our convention booklet.