Jessica Farley of Preston Inducted into Nursing Honor Society at Saint Anselm College

MANCHESTER, NH (12/04/2013)(readMedia)– Saint Anselm nursing student Jessica Farley of Preston, Conn., was inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society on Oct. 27 in the college’s Dana Center.

Requirements for the 33 undergraduate inductees are a cumulative GPA of 3.5 and to be in the upper third percentile of their graduating class.

The college’s chapter offers several programs throughout the academic year including a research day, annual meeting, and inductions. In recent years members have collected gifts and money for soldiers overseas as well as collecting food for St. Raphael’s Parish. There are scholarship and research grant opportunities.

Epsilon Tau Sigma Chapter president-elect Amanda Carmichael, the key note speaker, reminded the student nurses about the importance of getting involved in commitees and organizations.

Saint Anselm College is a Catholic, Benedictine, liberal arts college in Manchester, N.H. which offers a traditional undergraduate bachelor of science in nursing and a RN to BSN Program.

On the web: http://meritpages.com/achievements/Jessica-Farley-of-Preston-Inducted-into-Nursing-Honor-Society-at-Saint-Anselm-College/7522347.

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