Students at Sentara College are part of a dynamic group of engaging community leaders and volunteers. As an active member of any student association at the College, you will build lifelong friendships and professional connections, whether by volunteering in local or global communities, taking part in societies designed to support professional growth and development, or, of course, simply by keeping in touch with other alumni after graduation.
Learn how to join any of these groups by talking to your academic advisor.
Alpha Eta National Honor Society for Allied Health Professionals
Looking to go the extra mile? As you excel at Sentara College, you may have the opportunity to join Alpha Eta, an honor society for students who are among the top 10 percent of graduates of allied health schools and colleges nationwide. At this level, you will be welcomed into national fellowship and scholarship opportunities to enhance both your education and your career.
Sentara Nursing Student Association (SNSA)
If you are a nursing student at Sentara College who enjoys helping others while spending time with friends and colleagues, then the Sentara Nursing Student Association is for you. Here you will have the opportunity to make a difference in your community while building long-lasting relationships with your colleagues and those you serve.
Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society, Chi Kappa Chapter (STTI)
Looking for advanced learning and professional development opportunities? As a student at Sentara College you may be considered for invitation into STTI, one of the world’s top international nursing honor societies. This is your opportunity to connect with other impassioned nursing professionals through activities and events that celebrate nursing excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service.
Student Community Outreach Program of Excellence (SCOPE)
Students at Sentara College are active and enthusiastic about making the world a better place to live. SCOPE is a rapidly growing group of highly motivated students who not only enjoy volunteering within the communities served by Sentara, but who also travel to remote, outlying regions of Virginia and far-flung international destinations like Nicaragua, to provide much needed healthcare services in dangerously underserved areas.