Hiram College offers more than 70 academic, social, political, special interest, and recreational sports clubs and service organizations.
Student Nurses’ Association
The Hiram Student Nurses’ Association was established in academic year 2008-09 as an Associated Student Organization (ASO) of Hiram College. The Hiram Student Nurses’ Association is a member of the Ohio Student Nurses’ Association (OSNA) and the National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA). The organization provides opportunity for leadership development and networking with other students at the state and national level.
Guided by an adviser and elected officials, HSNA encourages students to serve the Hiram College community through a nursing perspective. The Hiram Student Nurses’ Association abides by the policies and standards of the nursing department, student senate, and Hiram College, to maintain respect both the program and college. Membership is open to any Hiram College student interested in becoming a part of the student nursing organization. The Hiram College Nurses’ Association does not exclude members based on any of the following: race, color, creed, sex, disability, age, or sexual orientation.
The Hiram Student Nurses’ Association meets regularly in an effort to support membership and to encourage collaboration with other campus student organizations. In the past the association and its members have sponsored such events as raising awareness for Women’s Heart Health as well as holding a Spring Valentine’s Day Extravaganza, where they made valentines to distribute to nursing home residents in the area. In addition, members of the association have made Christmas cards to be distributed to nursing home residents in the area and designed and sold T-shirts to raise funds benefiting Relay for Life.