Absolutely! Oh my gosh, so many.
Find a good stethoscope, but don't be spending tons of cash to get something like the Littmann cardiology. Things get lost or misplaced, and frankly, as a student nurse you won't be able to differentiate between a lot of the finer noises for a long time anyways My personal favorite has been MDF. They range from $60-100, are very comfortable, and sounds are very clear. Plus, free lifetime warranty and parts repair (at least on mine!). I personally did opt for engraving, however, don't put "nurse" or "RN" behind your name with the engraving, since you don't have your licence - but soon, young padawan, soon.
If you don't already have one, you'll need a computer/laptop for home. My personal favorite is the surface pro - they can swap from laptop to tablet, and I can write or type notes, and write notes on top of the lecture powerpoints, which is so handy, and the battery lasts for ages. I'd avoid Apple products (like Macbooks), some students have struggled with the programs we use on them. You WILL need a printer as well. You just do.
Most small supplies (like a blood pressure cuff) will be in a supply bag that you'll have to buy once you're accepted. Good rule of thumb is that if it's touching or going in a patient (with the exception of a stethoscope), it'll be either in the bag or provided in the hospital.
You WILL need to buy a penlight, and hemostats are always handy too. Not necessary, but I also really enjoy my hip stethoscope holder.
The Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-PN Examination book will be your best friend.
If you bribe me with pizza, I may also share my quizlets I've made already for all the lectures and units.
Buy compression socks and nursing shoes. I personally can't recommend Dansko clogs - a lot of students have not liked theirs. The shoes must be all black or all white, with no holes/mesh/any way a needle or bodily fluid could get through to your skin, and no extra embellishment (like the Nike logo). I personally wear lace-up, all leather shoes. They cannot be black and white (IE black shoe with white sole)- either one color or the other. Make sure they're comfortable! Your socks need to match your shoe color.
A good clipboard! I personally love the foldable nursing ones on Amazon - they WILL fit in your school scrubs pocket!
That's honesty the main things. I'm sure you'll purchase more things as you go (like an injection pad to practice injections), but that is the bulk of it, including your books! Great question!