Student Organizations

Formal and informal social functions are sponsored throughout the year by students, faculty and service groups of the College.  Bellin College students may also participate in social and extracurricular activities on the campus where they are enrolled for general education courses.

 

Ambassadors Club

The Ambassador Club is a select group of students who work with Student Services, the Admissions Department, Development Department and the Office of the President in promoting the College. Ambassador candidates may apply in fall.  Those selected receive a stipend for services that is applied to tuition.

 

American Assembly for Men in Nursing

The Bellin chapter of the American Assembly for Men in Nursing (BAAMN) functions to provide resources, knowledge, and opportunities for individuals interested in gender equality and advocating for men in nursing. The chapter will serve as a place of social connectedness for nurses/nursing students interested in promoting gender equality in nursing. The chapter will also provide leadership opportunities for interested individuals that will look great on a resume.
 

Bellin Student Nurses Association

All students are encouraged to become members of another Bellin College student organization called the Bellin Student Nurses’ Association (BSNA). Activities are primarily directed toward professional development, community involvement, participation in state and national conventions and National Student Nurses; Week. The organization has been recognized at local, state and national levels for their community work related to cancer prevention.

 

IHI Open School

Bellin College is proud to join with community and international health care facilities through the Institute for HealthCare Improvement (IHI) Open School.  The IHI Open School is part of an international effort to improve the quality and safety of care provided to patients. Through the Open School, students have the opportunity to enhance their knowledge, skills and abilities related to quality care and to engage in activities designed to assist students in making a difference in the life of each patient they encounter.

 

Kappa Pi Chapter-at-Large

Kappa Pi Chapter-at-Large of Sigma Theta Tau International is a nursing honor society co-sponsored by Bellin College and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay nursing programs. The mission of Sigma Theta Tau International is to improve the health of people worldwide through the development of nurse leaders and nursing knowledge. Seniors in the top 35% of the class with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA are eligible to be candidates for membership. Students in master, post-master and doctoral programs in nursing are also eligible to be candidates for membership as are community nurse leaders.

 

Student Senate

All students are members of Bellin College’s Student Senate. The student body authority for this organization is vested in the Senate. Besides elected Senate officers, each class elects four members to serve as Senate class representatives. The purpose of this organization is to provide a means for students to organize and actively participate in decision-making related to student life. Student representatives are also elected to be on College committees related to curriculum and student services.
 



Student Service Trips

STAT Program: Service Trips and Transformation
Formerly know as TRIPS (Transforming Responsibility Into Powerful Service) 

The STAT Program (organized through the Academic department) is an alternative break service program that gives students the opportunity to engage in off-campus experiences serving in communities working with vulnerable people as a way to become active citizens involved in their own communities now, and in their futures as professional leaders. The program offers students a chance to travel to local, regional, and national locations where they are challenged to both provide service and reflect on those experiences as a way to grow personally and professionally. Participants are provided leadership skills, exposed to new perspectives, and ultimately gain a broader understanding of the concepts of social justice and community partnership. Along the way, students are immersed in new cultures and have life-changing experiences that contribute positive change within themselves and the world. 
Get involved today! Check out our upcoming experiences.