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Student Organizations

Student Leadership Organization (SLO)

The Student Leadership Organization (SLO), was established to advance the quality of education, promote student interests, and serve as an informed advocate for students. SLO has two major goals (1) understanding and supporting Labouré College of Healthcare student needs which are presented to the Senior Leadership and Board of Trustees of the College; and (2) encouraging participation in student-sponsored events. This leadership position enables students to learn transferable skills that are useful as healthcare professionals.


The Student Leadership Organization combines the previously named Student Government Association, and the National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA). The National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) is the pre-professional organization for nursing students enrolled in associate degree and bachelor’s degree programs. The NSNA mission is to organize, represent, and mentor students preparing for initial licensure as registered nurses, promote development of the skills necessary to be responsible and accountable members of the Nursing profession, and develop Nursing leaders who are prepared to move forward the profession in the future. The College’s chapter of the NSNA welcomes new members during each semester. Officers are elected annually. The college encourages online student involvement in student leadership, college clubs, and professional and co-curricular organizations. 


To contact SLO, please email