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National Student Speech Language Hearing Association

TCU Chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA), which helps speech-language pathology students and deaf rehabilitation students of grades, connect with other students and professors within the department to participate in community outreach events and grow in their pre-professional development.  

TCU NSSLHA on Facebook
@tcunsslha on Instagram


Student Kinesiology Organization

The Student Kinesiology Organization (SKA) is a student-run organization aimed to organize resources, engage in hands-on experiences, volunteer in the community and connect with students and faculty interested kinesiology. SKA offers opportunities to hear from speakers in fields various fields like physical therapy, occupational therapy, health and fitness coaching and teaching, and graduate school officers among others, to help expand knowledge of the vast opportunities in the kinesiology field. Meetings are held monthly. 
To learn more and join, email Lucia Ibrahim.

Athletic Training Students’ Association

Purpose and function of ATSA is to support athletic training education in a manner that promotes the highest quality health care to the physically active; to promote active improvement in the athletic training education and service; to contribute to the welfare of athletic training students, staff and other health care providers associated with TCU Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP); to promote and encourage students’ participation in athletic health care at TCU; to promote and encourage collaborative relationships with students and professionals of other health care disciplines and to stimulate professionalism among student members. 
To learn more and join, email Stephanie Jevas.


TCU Student Nurses Association (SNA) is an organization open to nursing students of all class levels and promotes health while providing an opportunity for nursing students to learn more about the profession. Members also learn about the various nursing specialties through guest speaker events. SNA meetings are held monthly during the academic year. Members are required to participate in volunteer events throughout their membership and are encouraged to participate in on-campus health initiatives. 
To learn more, visit their website and follow @sna_tcu on Instagram. 

Students for a Dementia Friendly TCU (SFADFT) raises awareness and aims to increase TCU students’ and faculties’ knowledge about dementia, especially its impact on the individual, their family and the community. It is also an open space for members to share their experiences with dementia. 
@dementiafriendlytcu on Instagram

The purpose of Frogs Fighting Cancer (FFC) is to promote cancer awareness on TCU’s campus. FFC members aim to create a supportive environment for those affected by cancer through volunteering opportunities through its partnership with Cancer Care Services and FWAYA (Fort Worth Young and Young Adult Oncology Coalition). In addition, it routinely hosts educational lecture events to enhance awareness and understanding of cancer risk factors, steps to prevention and more ways to get involved in the community. FFC is open to all TCU students, faculty and staff.

@frogsfightingcancer on Instagram

Frogs for Pediatrics is a student-led organization which supplies resources to patients and their families in local hospitals to provide a more comfortable hospital stay. Members are also educated about the various fields of pediatrics through guest speakers and volunteer opportunities.

@tcupedsclub on Instagram

Nurse Anesthesia

Professional Organizations

The American Association of Nurse Anesthetists represents more than 50,000 Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists across the United States. The organization offers support to members involved in education, practice and research. The AANA has overseen the certification of nurse anesthetists since 1945 and the accreditation of programs since 1952.

American Association of Nurse Anesthetists

State branches of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists represent professionals and students at the local level. Associations may offer a combination of full-time staff, lobby teams and legal representation, conferences, and facilitate communication within the medical community.

Social Work

Student Association of Social Work

The Student Association of Social Work (SASW) at TCU exists to foster connections among aspiring social workers, provide educational opportunities and encourage community involvement. SASW welcomes students from all majors and minors who are passionate about the core social work values: service, social justice, dignity and worth of the person, importance of human relationships, integrity and competence. 
To learn more and join, email Sh’Niqua Alford.
@tcu_sasw on Instagram