Who we are

URNSS is a group of like-minded nursing students that includes class representatives from every year of the program. We meet bi-monthly to discuss students’ questions and concerns, plan events for our cohort, and promote an excellent academic environment. To get involved, all you need to do is reach out to us. 

What we do

Our job is to make sure our students' voices are heard and act accordingly in response. We advocate on behalf of the student body so that we all have a say in our education. We also put together resources to support you throughout the program and organize both fun and functional events along the way.

What we want

We want to support you! From OSCE study nights to events at The Owl, we want to make sure you have everything you need to be successful in your nursing education. If you have any questions or concerns about your curriculum, clinical education, or anything else, we want to be your first point of contact. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions? We have answers! No question is too big or too small, and if we don't know the answer we'll help you find it. We regularly answer questions from the student body about topics ranging from scholarships to OSCE prep. We encourage you to check out our FAQ and if you can't find what you need, please reach out to us! We'll get you on the right track. 

See our list of frequently asked questions here: FAQ


This is the biggest and most important exam you'll write in your nursing education. The NCLEX-RN is a highly sophisticated and adaptive test that will determine if you're ready to become a practicing Registered Nurse. Whether you're in first year or fourth, it's never too early to start preparing. 

See more of our NCLEX-RN information and helpful resources here: NCLEX

Meet Your Council

The members of URNSS come together to support all students in nursing. We have regular meetings and make the minutes publicly available so you can see what we're up to. You can also learn more about who the representatives are, what their roles include, and how you can get involved too.

See who is on your society and what they do here: Council

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