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Student Organization Resource Center

Welcome to the SOuRCe!

The Student Organization Resource Center (SOuRCe) is the center for providing all of the Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) with support and resources to succeed here at NSU.
We also connect students with organizations that they may be interested in joining and we give students the opportunity to create organizations here at NSU! 

We are here to help you “Make NSU yours!” 

Services Provided

  • Information about starting a new organization
  • Registration, re-registration, and any updates for student organizations
  • Access to computers
  • Free printing for any organization of up to 25 copies a day
  • Arts and crafts supplies
  • General information about student organizations and how to join
  • How-to flyers
  • Fin Points tracking
  • Mail and Lockers
  • Board Game Rental
  • Event guidance

With over 100 Registered Student Organizations on-campus, there are many options that you can chose from.

Organizations range from the following categories:

  • Academic and Educational
  • Arts and Media
  • Community Service
  • Greek
  • Leadership
  • Multicultural 
  • Political and Social Action  
  • Pre-Professional
  • Religious 
  • Sports Clubs
  • Social Activities
  • Special Interest

Check out all of the organizations on our Student Organization Directory or by logging onto NSU’s OrgSync!

Looking to start a new student organization on-campus? Are you interested in a hobby, passion, or subject that is not seen presently in one of our current organizations? Then you can submit an application to start a new organizations. We accept submissions each semester.

Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) may be organized to promote any legal purpose, which involves an educational, recreational, or social interest. In order to register or renew a student organization with our office, the following criteria must be met:

  • one president
  • one treasurer
  • one full-time NSU faculty/staff or a Division of Student Affairs Graduate Assistant as the advisor
  • 6 active members
  • membership has to be at least 51% undergraduate
  • any RSO must be open to all students

The process for registering your student organization is as follows:

  1. Log Into OrgSync*
  2. Click on Organizations
  3. Click on "Register New Organization"
  4. Select “Nova Southeastern Main Campus” and click submit
  5. Fill out all the information
  6. Wait for confirmation from the Graduate Assistant for Student Organizations
  7. Following the confirmation, the president and treasurer will have to present in front of the Assistant Director of Campus Life and the Graduate Assistant for Student Organizations. Based on the presentation, they will then determine whether the organization will continue on to the Conditionally Approved Period
  8. If the organization moves forward with the Conditionally Approved Period, then they will have to complete a series of required meetings within a three week time span. Once all of the meetings have been completed, then the organization will be officially recognized as an RSO

*To create personal account, go to OrgSync.com and click register

Registered Student Organizations can submit a request through OrgSync for various equipment. In order to reserve the popcorn, snow cone, and cotton candy machines, the request must be done 10-15 business days in advance. As for any of the board games, the request must be done at least 5 business days in advance. 

  • Construction paper
  • Butcher paper
  • Glue
  • Paper Cutter
  • Paint
  • Tri-folds
  • Glitter
  • Cardstock
  • Scissors
  • Paper cutters
  • Hole punchers
  • Markers
  • Colored Pencils
  • Stencils
  • Sidewalk Chalk

SOuRCe Hours of Operation

  • Monday – Thursday: 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  • Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Saturday – Sunday: Closed

For more information and assistance, please feel free to contact ioc@nova.edu, (954) 262-7548, or by visiting us in Rosenthal Student Center, Room 201

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