Our Students

The Students The College of Nursing has an active mandated student organization and a publication. These are the following:
The Nursing Students’ Organization, the umbrella organization of the College of Nursing embodies thoughts and ideals in promoting the welfare and development of every student nurse. It exerts its democratic processes in initiating and conducting noteworthy activities in the pursuit of excellence which enhances cooperative relationships and participation, social tie, and protecting the rights of its members. It provides support, resources, and opportunities for networking and professional development to nursing students which enhances their educational experience by promoting understanding of the nursing profession, offering leadership opportunities, and fostering a sense of community. The organization engages in activities such as volunteer work, advocacy for healthcare issues, and organizing educational events or conferences for its members to help them succeed academically, professionally, and personally while preparing for their future careers in healthcare. As a collaborative body, the Nursing Students’ Organization utilizes its potential in creating valuable international linkages, and cultural exchange, and contribute to global nursing education and practice. These international engagements prepare its members for global healthcare challenges and promote collaboration and solidarity among nursing students worldwide.
“The Nightingale” is named after Florence Nightingale, who is considered the founder of modern nursing. The publication is being run by a student editorial board and a nursing faculty member that serves as advisor. “The Nightingale” is a student publication in the College of Nursing that allows nursing students to demonstrate their writing abilities and share their views on significant nursing-related issues. It can be distributed both in print and online formats. The publication consists of various types of written work, such as articles, essays, and research papers, which can be an excellent source of information for nursing students to learn from their peers and stay informed about the latest developments in the field. “The Nightingale” is an excellent opportunity for nursing students to develop their writing and critical thinking skills, gain recognition for their work, and contribute to the nursing community.


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