MOSA provides AD Nursing students of MS the opportunity to collectively work together through statewide community service projects and to come together annually for a state convention. Convention provides an opportunity to recognize Excellence in Nursing as awards and scholarships are granted. Educational opportunities are outstanding.

Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing Students


MEET THE MOSA BOARD CANDIDATES

MOSA 2022-2023 ELECTIONS

President Nominees

Deonia' Gibson

Hinds Community College

Vice President Nominees

Landon Davis

Northwest Mississippi Community College

Genifer Jones

Pearl River Community College

Ashley McGough

Northeast Community College

Nominations Chair Nominees

Halle Rodgers

Northwest Community College

Mission Statement

This organization strives to promote nursing at the local, state and national levels; to promote & maintain Associate Degree Nursing as the entry level into nursing practice; and to maintain both the Registered Nurse title and the current scope of practice

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Membership

If you are a student nurse currently enrolled in a nursing program in Mississippi, you are eligible for membership in MOSA and the benefits of membership.

Be a member of an organization that represents the past, present and future accomplishments of Associate Degree Nursing! As members and peer elected officers of MOSA, you will have the opportunity to grow professionally, educationally and personally as student nurses networking together.

Develop a deeper passion for the career that you have chosen! MOSA provides an opportunity to serve as a leader and to become familiar with the RN organization that advocates for Associate Degree Nursing. Being a MOSA member prepares you to be a part of the MS Organization for Associate Degree Nursing upon passing NCLEX-RN®.

Each school sponsors it's own local chapter. Your chapter organization will have state advisors that will help you and also state MOSA officers. They are available to answer any questions and to visit with your group. Your chapter by-laws need to be in compliance with the MOSA state bylaws. Please see the section below for the MOSA bylaws. 

Membership Dues

MOSA State Association Dues - $15 per year
Chapter MOSA Association Dues – To be determined by individual chapters                                                   
               Mail State Fees to:
   Alicia Lundstrom, PhD, RN, CNE
               MOSA State Advisor
    5161 SCR 563 Morton, MS 39117                                                        [email protected]

MOSA Bylaws

Please click the button below to read and review the MOSA bylaws.

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MOSA Officers Nominations

The nominating committee is looking for nominations for leaders to help shape the future of MOSA. 

Please click the button below for the rules concerning student nominations.

For the nomination form, click here.

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