Our culturally rich campus allows you to curate your university experience. Whether you're looking to connect with like-minded people or take time to keep physically and mentally well, there are services available to ensure you feel supported every step of the way.
Nursing Students Association (NSA)
Graduate Nursing Students Association (GNSA)
We’re here to support graduate students in the College of Nursing, by fostering a relationship and open communication between graduate students and academic staff.
Our council members serve as graduate student representatives on various committees in the College, this allows us to represent your concerns and perspectives in the development and implementation of programs and policies as they relate to graduate studies in nursing.
And that’s not all. We also work hard to create meaningful opportunities for you to network and learn. Details on upcoming events and workshops are emailed out regularly, be sure to keep eye out — we encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities.
Connect with us:Share your successes, concerns, or let us know how we can better support you. We're always looking for new members to join the GNSA council, drop us a line if you're interested or have any questions.
Canadian Nursing Students Association (CNSA)
The CNSA is the national voice of Canadian nursing students. For more information on how they are here to serve you or to become a member, check out the CNSA website.
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Equity diversity and inclusion
Let's Talk About Racism in Nursing
This speaker series is an initiative of the College of Nursing’s anti-racism committee, which was established earlier in February 2021 in an effort to address issues relating to racial equity and create a work and learning environment free of racism.
The speaker series is open to all staff, faculty and student and admission is free.
For more information or to register for these events, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Vanessa Van Brewer
Storytelling for social justice: The stories we tell
June 10 | 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.