Student organizations represent an important part of the undergraduate experience at Holy Family University. All students are encouraged to join and participate in different campus and community activities, where you’ll meet new friends, get to know faculty and staff, and enjoy some fun outside the classroom. In addition to the many campus-wide student organizations, students in the School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions may be eligible for membership or participation in the following groups:
Student Nurses Association of Pennsylvania: Holy Family Chapter (SNAP-HF)
Faculty Moderator: Dr. KAREN MONTALTO and Dr. CATHERINE HEILFERTY
SNAP-HF is a chapter of the National Student Nurses Associations. In order to join, students must join the National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) and pay a yearly fee. There are a variety of benefits to being a member of this organization, including the opportunity for scholarships, conferences, competitions and internships. Students are encouraged to join as part of their professional responsibility. Meetings for the SNAP-HF take place during the lunch hour. It is a great way for new nursing students to get involved and meet upper classman and network!
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, Delta Tau Chapter-At-Large
Faculty Moderator: Dr. BOAS YU
The international honor society of nursing is represented on campus by the Delta Tau Chapter-At-Large, established as a joint chapter with Neumann College, Immaculata University and Eastern University. Its purpose is to recognize superior scholarship and leadership in nursing and to encourage nurses to contribute to the advancement of nursing through research. Eligible candidates must have completed at least one half of the nursing curriculum and receive a formal invitation for membership. The number of candidates from any one class may not exceed one-third of that class.
American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT)
Philadelphia Society of Radiologic Technologists
The largest national professional association for radiologic technologists and the Philadelphia Society offer membership to students enrolled in an accredited radiologic science program.
Lambda Nu National Honor Society for Radiologic and Imaging Sciences
Established at Holy Family University in 2004.
Faculty Moderator: MARK NESS
A Jeopardy-like competition among radiologic science students at Philadelphia-area universities, held each spring in conjunction with the Philadelphia Society of Radiologic Technologist Student Day Event.