OADN Membership:
Networking, Professional
Development & Advocacy

“OADN is the only organization that advocates for associate degree nursing at the national level. Your membership and support of the organization is vital to these efforts. Through our membership in OADN we ensure both that our collective voice is heard and that OADN is able to continue delivering wonderful opportunities for nurse educators, such as faculty and leadership development.”

–Sandra Y. Walker, EJD, MS, RN – Dean of Technical Studies, Central Ohio Technical College

Continuing Education Resources & Credits

Networking &

Read about the latest updates in curriculum and issues that affect associate degree nursing programs, faculty and students. Participate in committees that contribute to our journal, award scholarships and fellowships, and attend special webinars and the annual OADN Convention to meet members from around the country.

Program Membership: $595

All faculty registered under this nursing program membership will be considered members of OADN

Individual Membership: $125

Designated for individuals unaffiliated with a nursing program / program membership

Retired Individual Membership: $90

This is a discounted membership only for retired faculty members.

Your membership in OADN is key to continuing efforts to advocate on behalf of associate degree nursing with policy makers at every level. OADN membership leverages our collective strength to have a greater impact for our students, faculty, programs, and communities.

OADN membership also affords you benefits such as access to OADN’s Journal, Teaching and Learning in Nursing, OADN Convention discounts, full voting rights in OADN elections, opportunities to serve on national committees, exclusive vendor discounts, and special tuition rates for continuing your education at the masters or doctoral levels.

A Special Message from OADN: The Impact of Associate Degree Nursing

OADN’s membership encompasses associate degree nursing programs across the country. Our members include faculty, deans, students, researchers and alumni of associate degree programs.

Our extensive network of educators and nursing leaders provides opportunities for connecting, sharing resources and promoting our efforts to bolster the nursing workforce.

Learn more about OADN’s membership structure, community and benefits:

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