To become a member of MNSA, you must first join the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA) (www.nsna.org). NSNA is the national pre-professional organization for nursing students. NSNA defines its membership as nursing students in Associate Degree (ADN), Baccalaureate (BSN), generic Masters (MSN), and generic Doctoral (DNP/PhD) programs preparing students for Registered Nurse licensure - as well as RN-to-BSN completion programs.
The cost of new membership to NSNA for one year is $35. To apply online for NSNA membership, click here. Please check out the links & videos to the right for additional information as well.
Once you have become a NSNA member, you are then considered a member of MNSA. Please see your school leader regarding your local SNA membership opportunities and to see about NSNA constituency status.
In addition, if you are interested in serving as a board member, please fill out this (mnsa_2020-2021_electionapp.docx) application form & submit it by the deadline.
We look forward to having you as a part of our great organization!
Sustaining Membership for
NSNA Membership Benefits Program (click here)
Outlining the Benefits of NSNA Membership
Professional Development Aspect of NSNA Membership
NSNA Members Alliance Partner Benefits