Be sure to check out the Student Wellness page - meet the FY 2013 Student Representative to the Health and Wellness Committee, and learn about resources available to you.​


 Student News and Community

Student Mentoring
​Join the Student Community (login required)! Student registered nurse anesthetists from around the country can meet to share ideas, discuss issues, address mutual concerns, and build a network of friends and colleagues in nurse anesthesia.
Living the Dream
“I now serve as an Army Reserve medical-surgical nurse and soon to be nurse anesthetist,” Visurraga explained. When he returned home after five years of active duty service and a deployment to Iraq, he was accepted into the University of Scranton’s Nurse Anesthesia School. DVIDS, September 19, 2012
How Young Nurses Are Invigorating the Profession, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 30, 2012



 Student Packet Information

Below are documents that provide more information about the nurse anesthesia profession as well as resources that the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists provides. All are in PDF format and will open in a new window.

 Opportunities for Students

​If you are interested in the Student Writing Contest, the Excellence in Education Award, participating in the Anesthesia College Bowl, or running for the Student Representative to the Education Committee, check out the Opportunities for Students page.​​​

 Suggested Reading


Six Tips For Completing Your SRNA Program and Staying Connected to the Ones You Love, AANA Wellness

Advanced Degrees and Certifications: What You Need to Succeed
Minority Nurse magazine

Minority CRNAs and Student Registered Nurse Anesthetists: Soaring to New Heights with Doctoral Degrees, by Wallena Gould, CRNA, EdD, Minority Nurse, Summer 2013

Can We Curb Substance Abuse in College Students? American Nurse Today, September 2011

Yes, You Can (Succeed in Nurse Anesthesia School)
Minority Nurse magazine

Guide to CRNA Admission
Minority Nurse magazine

[Nursing] Student Rocks Hard With Local Band Gorillafight
Lombardo's current goal is to become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, and he says he's starting to feel the pressure of the program. July 6, 2011