MCC Student Nurses Association


Student Nurses Association
The MCC-SNA is a chapter of the state and national SNA. Our mission is to organize, represent and mentor Club students preparing for initial licensure as nurses. The club conveys the standards and ethics of the nursing profession and promotes the development of the skills that students will need as responsible and accountable members of the nursing profession. Members advocate for high quality health care and for advances in nursing education.

A nurturing and supportive environment for students in the field of nursing to experience community involvement and educational development.


MCC Student Nurses Association

Advisor: Amy Witham
Phone: 810-232-6624
Advisor Email:

Contact Us:
Health Science Office
Phone: 810-232-6604

Club Email:


Club Officers
President: -
Vice President: -
Treasurer: -
Secretary: -
Student Representative: -
Club Information

Club Goals:
To increase club membership by the end of the 2013 Fall Semester.
SNA will host a table at the 2013 Fall Rally.
SNA will make constitutional changes to require members to perform community service in order to be eligible for club funding for travel with the club.

Club Meetings

Meetings will resume in the Fall Semester, please email us for more information.

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Club Highlights
Student Leader of the Month Award
Erin Arnold - September 2013
  • May 2012 held a blood pressure screening in Curtice-Mott Complex Student Lounge.
  • April 2012 attended National Student Nurse Association Convention.
  • March 2012 attended Career Day at Myers Elementary.
  • January 2012 held a Student Nurse Association apparel sale and a candy bar sale, Donated 6 bags of winter coats to Hurley Behavioral Medicine floor.
  • October 2011 attended Student Nurses Convention in Ann Arbor, MI;
  • Participation in taking blood pressure at events
  • Guest Speaker on a variety of health care related topics
  • Opportunity for community service ex. Girl Scout Badges and Cancer Walks
  • Conventions