SHPS Student Organizations
Student Nurses Association
The Student Nurses Association (SNA) offers support and interaction with other nursing students and nursing faculty. The club allows for volunteer opportunities, information from nursing professionals at monthly meetings, and a chance to attend the yearly National Student Nurses Association (NSNA) convention where there are thousands of other nursing students from across the county. It is another way to prepare for a future career in the nursing profession.
Pre-Physical Therapy Club
The Pre-Physical Therapy purpose is to become familiar with physical therapy and meet other students with the same interests. This organization plans tours of local hospitals and have guest speakers from different fields of physical therapy. Meet current PT students and talk with them to find out more about the program here at UM-Flint first hand. Pre Physical Theapy Club Facebook Page
The Pre-Dental Club is open to all students interested in having a career in the dental field. It involves up to date information used in the professional field, guest speakers for guidance for dental school entries, full practice DAT exams to help prepare for the real DAT and trips to dental schools to broaden options for the future. Pre-Dental Club Facebook Page
The Pre-Med Club focuses on preparing students for entry into medical school or other medically oriented professional schools prior to matriculation. Some of the events provided include practice entry exams, professional speakers, and tours of other campuses.
Eta Sigma Gamma
Eta Sigma Gamma is a national Health Education honorary organization. The Delta Phi chapter provides an opportunity for UM-Flint students to network with other Health Education students and professionals, volunteer to improve the health of the community, and engage in personal and professional growth activities.
Members of Pi Delta are nursing scholars committed to the pursuit of excellence in clinical practice, education, research, and leadership. Undergraduate nursing students who have completed one-half of their nursing curriculum, have achieved at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average, rank in the upper 35% of their class, and meet the expectations of academic integrity, qualify for membership.