Student Government Association
The Student Government Association (SGA) promotes leadership development and is a vehicle for student input into the policies and programs of Cox College. The SGA provides a formal channel of communication for the student body, and all students are highly encouraged to actively participate in the organization. SGA also plans, promotes and provides social, cultural and community activities throughout the academic year.
Student Ambassadors represent Cox College at a variety of events including graduation ceremonies, community events and recruitment activities. Serving for two years, Student Ambassadors promote a positive, professional image of the college. Students who have completed 18 or more credit hours and have a 3.5 or higher cumulative GPA are encouraged to apply for this honor. Applications are mailed to all students who qualify.
National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA)
Cox College Student Nurses' Association (CCSNA) is the campus chapter of the Missouri Student Nurses' Association (MOSNA) and the NSNA. Students interested in learning more about current issues and future trends in nursing are encouraged to join these groups. Participating in local, state and national activities provides students a forum to address issues facing the nursing profession. Students may learn more about NSNA during orientation. For more information contact Tricia Wagner, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We will be arranging a presentation for the returning students' classes to present National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA) applications. It is time for re-application.
- Please join us for Incredible Pizza Night with the CCSNA October 1. Flyers will be distributed, must present upon paying for meal.
Burge School of Nursing/ Cox College Alumni Association
Graduates of Cox College are eligible to join the alumni association, which evolved from the Burge School of Nursing Alumni Association founded in 1920.
Nurses Christian Fellowship
The Nurses Christian Fellowship is a national ministry of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, which encourages students, faculty and nurses to view life from a Christian perspective, promoting the commonality of Christian and nursing values, and enabling nurses to use their knowledge and abilities to practice nursing from a Christian worldview. NCF holds informal meetings, usually over a lunch hour, gathering together to pray, share the Word, and encourage each other in the Christian walk. For more information, contact Cheryl Scott at email@example.com .
Contact the ARC at 417-269-3225 for additional contact information for any of these organizations.