Honor Cords

Honor Cord Member Status:

Click here to view your honor cord status.

Questions? Please Contact Devon Andrew-Lyssy, Vice President: andrewde@sonoma.edu


CNSA Honor Cords Guidelines

(Graduation date May/2017 to May/2018)

Purpose:

  • To honor students in the Nursing Club who have shown commitment and service in a 6-month time frame

Qualifications:

  • Honor cords can be earned over the course of 1 semester; the requirements must be met only ONCE to qualify
    • Must be a current member of CNSA and the Nursing Club
    • Must attend a minimum 2 events per semester
    • Must attend a minimum of 3 meeting per semester
      • Individual circumstances will be considered if a member has difficulty meeting the requirements; up the discretion of of the Vice President
      • It is the responsibility f the student to keep score od their events and email/talk to the Vice President if any changes are required
    • Point system
      • A total of 15 points is required to receive honor cords
      • 1 hour = 1 point
      • Each meeting attended counts as 1 point
      • Each hour spent volunteering at an event counts as 1 point
        • 3 hours spent at an event earns 3 points
      • 1 point will be given for CNSA membership

Honor Cord Distribution:

  • Students will not receive honor cords until ALL requirements have been satisfied
  • Distribution will take place every Spring during Nursing Club’s last meeting or by appointment with the Vice President
    • It is the responsibility of each student to check in regularly with the Vice President to ensure that his or her attendance is being credited properly.

Tracking Eligibility:

  • Onsite sign-in sheets will be available at each event which will be sent to the Vice President
  • Student can check their eligibility on the Honor Cord spread sheet found in the resources section of the Nursing Club website

Examples of Eligible Events:

Volunteering or attending these events:

  • Big Night -Relay for Life                – North Bay Discovery Day
  • Seawolf Decision day – Sonoma Serves           – SSU Club Fair
  • Blood Drive – CNSA Conference       – HOSA

These are only examples of eligible events. There are always more events where students can get volunteer credit

Ask a Board member or check the Nursing Club website for other eligible events


CNSA Honor Cords Guidelines

(Graduation date December 2018 and beyond)

Purpose:

  • To honor students in the Nursing Club who have shown commitment and service in a 1- year time frame

Qualifications:

  • Honor cords can be earned over the course of 1 year; the requirements must be met only ONCE to qualify
    • Must be a current member of CNSA and the Nursing Club
    • Must attend a minimum 3 events per year
    • Must attend a minimum of 3 meeting per semester
      • Individual circumstances will be considered if a member has difficulty meeting the requirements; up the discretion of of the Vice President
      • It is the responsibility f the student to keep score od their events and email/talk to the Vice President if any changes are required
    • Point system
      • A total of 30 points is required to receive honor cords
      • 1 hour = 1 point
      • Each meeting attended counts as 1 point
      • Each hour spent volunteering at an event counts as 1 point
        • 3 hours spent at an event earns 3 points
      • 1 point will be given for CNSA membership

Honor Cord Distribution:

  • Students will not receive honor cords until ALL requirements have been satisfied
  • Distribution will take place every Spring during Nursing Club’s last meeting or by appointment with the Vice President
    • It is the responsibility of each student to check in regularly with the Vice President to ensure that his or her attendance is being credited properly.

Tracking Eligibility:

  • Onsite sign-in sheets will be available at each event which will be sent to the Vice President
  • Student can check their eligibility on the Honor Cord spread sheet found in the resources section of the Nursing Club website

Examples of Eligible Events:

Volunteering or attending these events:

  • Big Night   -Relay for Life                – North Bay Discovery Day
  • Seawolf Decision day – Sonoma Serves           – SSU Club Fair
  • Blood Drive – CNSA Conference       – HOSA

 

These are only examples of eligible events. There are always more events where students can get volunteer credit

Ask a Board member or check the Nursing Club website for other eligible events