Getting involved

Getting involved in the Student Government Association and/or the Student Nurse Association gives you a voice in your Labouré experience. 

Student Organizations

Get involved at Labouré.

Student organizations play an important role in the Labouré community, and help give you a voice in your Labouré experience. Students can join organizations, run for leadership positions, or choose to attend meetings and events. 

Labouré Student Nurse Association

LSNA Mission Statement

The Labouré Student Nurses' Association (LSNA is an organization for students enrolled in nursing programs. It is dedicated to fostering the professional development of nursing students, advancing nursing education, and conveying the standards, ethics, and skills that students will need as responsible and accountable leaders and members of the profession.

The LSNA meets frequently throughout the year. LSNA activities have included organizing teams for the Boston Heart Walk, Labouré merchandise fundraisers, Christmas toy drives for local domestic violence shelters and Thanksgiving food drives for local food pantries.

The College encourages online student involvement in student leadership, College clubs, and professional and co-curricular organizations.

Meeting dates are emailed in the Student Newsletter. For more information contact: Bonnie Zapolin at bonnie_zapolin@laboure.edu

Labouré Student Government Association

Labouré College of Healthcare's Student Government Association (SGA) has been created in order to advance the quality of education, promote student interests, and serve as an informed advocate of student concerns through awareness of student needs to the Senior Leadership and Board of Trustees of Labouré College of Healthcare. 

Labouré College of Healthcare acknowledges and appreciates the diversity of all students. The goal of the SGA is to have students vote for students who not only meet the qualifications for a position, but also bring a wide range of experiences and qualities, thereby reflecting the diversity of our student body. A student government Executive Board and Representatives that possess varied talents, characteristics and perspectives, will enrich not only the student leadership experience but the experience of the entire Labouré community.