These are just some of the services provided by Student Affairs at the Student Educational Centers. We hope that as you make your journey through NSU you will find time to take advantage of the services, events and opportunities that are offered at the Student Educational Centers.
Promotes involvement of the university constituencies by meeting their needs for alumni services, creating opportunities for participation in the life of the institution and communicating the excellence of NSU. For more information visit Alumni Relations
Do you have textbooks you have purchased that you want to sell back to the NSU bookstore, without having to go to main campus? We can help! Bring your books back to your Student Affairs Assistant Director, and we will provide the box and shipping label at no cost. A check or gift card will be mailed to you after the NSU Bookstore receives your books. Rates are subject to change. For more information, contact the Student Affairs staff person at your SEC.
Programming Grants provide funding assistance for student-sponsored activities consistent with the educational mission of NSU and the mission of the Division of Student Affairs. A student program is an event that is developed and implemented by students, and it is educational, cultural, and/or contributes to the development of students and the campus community. A programming grant may help you complete all the necessary steps to effectively implement a successful event at your site. Applications are available at Student Involvement Opportunities.
The Office of Career Development serves to support Nova Southeastern University's undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni in the implementation of successful career planning. Through the use of advisement and career-related resources, the staff strives to educate students and alumni to develop a life long career plan; from choosing a major, exploring careers, conducting a job search, to researching graduate and professional school opportunities.
NSU students at Student Educational Centers have the opportunity to take advantage of the following services:
This service provides an opportunity for SEC students to work one-on-one with a career adviser on the phone who can assist interactively with:
NSU students at Student Educational Centers have the opportunity to take advantage of the following services:
- Job search correspondence including: resume, cover letter, and CV
- Interviewing skills
- Graduate school planning
- Nationwide and local job and internship search
During these sessions, a Career Adviser can interactively access your document and work with you as if you were actually in the office.
Is that big job interview coming up soon? Let us put you at ease with our Video Conference Mock Interview Program. Submit a cover letter, resume, and job description of your choice in preparation for your live interview with a career adviser at your SEC. Online Interactive Services and Video Conference Mock Interviews are available for students and alumni living outside of a 30 mile radius from the NSU main campus.
Don't have an appointment? No need to worry. "Drop-In" is a great opportunity to talk one-on-one over the phone with a career adviser and serves as your first step in the counseling process. This advisement session can address many of your immediate needs and determine your need for additional advisement. "Drop-In" lasts approximately 15 minutes and is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Career development holds various career workshops such as Resume Writing, Job searching, and Graduate School Planning through live feed or directly at each SEC. Also visit www.nova.edu/career for career workshops accessible anytime.
Dive into your career with our online career development manager
- Apply for Jobs posted exclusively to NSU students and alumni
- Post your resume for employer viewing
- Sign up for Career Developmetn Workshops, Employer On-Campus Interviews, and Employer and Graduate School
For more information about the Career Development opportunities, email Patrice Abner, Graduate Assistant for Campus Relations at the SECs.
Student Disability Services provides information and individualized accommodations for students with identified disabilities. To be eligible for disability-related accommodations, students must have a documented disability as defined by applicable federal and state laws. Accommodations are available to students whose disabilities include, but are not limited to:
- Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD)
- Learning Disabilities
- Psychological Disorders
- Visual Impairments
- Hearing Impairments
- Mobility Impairments
- Chronic Health Disorders
Nova Southeastern University complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 by providing reasonable accomodations for individuals with documented disabilities to ensure equal and comprehensive access to University programs, services, and campus facilities.
Contact your Student Affairs staff person for more information on Disability Services offered at SECs.
Students encounter a variety of new experiences while studying for a degree in hgiher education. These new experience and opportunities, however, may present challenges which can occasionally generate issues between our self and another student. Over time and unattended, these issues can develop into problems that can affect relationships, friendships and opportunities. Student Mediation Services offer dispute and conflict resolution assistance for a variety of situations including individual, interpersonal, roommates, and work group issues as well as problems arising in student clubs and organizations.
The Office of Student Mediation Services provides:
- A safe, fair and confidential setting for conflict resolution assistance and skills development
- A formal mediation process facilitated by trained, knowledgeable and neutral thrid party conflict resolution specialists
- An opportunity for trained volunteer students to gain hands-on conflict resolution and mediator experience
- A forum to educate students on the value of constructive dispute resolution that promotes peace in their lives and in the campus community
- A special two-hour Disput Mediation Certificate program designed for the SECs
For more information, email Cesar Vela-Beltran-del Rio, GA for Mediation Services.
NSU's Alvin Sherman Library and Health Professions Division Library will ship materials to distance students for free. For more information about this service visit the library patron portals page. At each SEC, your Student Affairs staff person collects NSU library books from students and ships them back to their respective NSU libraries at no expense to students.
The Library Book return boxes for each site can be found at:
- NSU Fort Myers: North Lobby, across from the Security desk
- NSU Jacksonville: In the second floor Student Lounge Room 200, located under the TV
- NSU Miami: In front of Room 221
- NSU Orlando: In front of Room 221
- NSU Palm Beach: Staff person of Student Affairs Office in the Student Lounge/Across from the Computer Labs
- NSU Tampa: First Floor Atrium
For more information, contact the Student Affairs staff person at your SEC.
The Office of Academic Services supports the academic progress of all NSU undergraduate students. The goal is to provide qualified supplemental learning assistance that enhances the ability of students to develop the range and depth required for NSUís challenging programs. The office promotes active, independent learning that seeks to assist students in developing critical thinking skills. For more information please visit the Tutoring Services page or see the locations below for your site's tutoring location.
SEC Location Fort Myers Room 130 Jacksonville Room 202 (by appointment) Miami (Kendall) Writing Room 320 Math Room 321 Orlando Writing Room 217 Math Room 217 Palm Beach (See your Student Affairs staff person for more information) Tampa Room 2060
Show your Shark spirit by wearing NSU merchandise! NSU gear and merchandise is available for sale at all Student Educational Centers at a very discounted price. Be sure to check the event calendar for special sale dates! Choose from NSU hats, polo's, T-shirts, license plate covers, mugs, bags, and umbrellas. Visit your Student Affairs Assistant Director during office hours to purchase NSU gear and merchandise.
NSU offers off-campus housing information and apartment locators as a helpful resource to students, faculty, and staff at our SECs. It includes information about rental options near each SEC location's. Visit Off-Campus Housing for more information.
The Office of Orientation and Commuter Involvement is responsible for the design and implementation of a variety of new student orientation programs, as well as supporting the connection of commuter students to university resources. Orientation programs, whether on the main campus, at one of the six Student Educational Centers or in the online environment, are coordinated for traditional and non-traditional undergraduates including evening/adult students, students from the College of Health Care Sciences, parent/family members, as well as graduate students at the Student Educational Centers.
New Student Orientation provides the foundation for the NSU experience; students will receive information about academic programs, campus resources and student life through a series of workshop presentations and shared learning experience programs. New Student Orientation serves students transitioning from high school to college, between colleges and/or from the workplace back into the classroom, as well as being a resource for parents and families of NSU students. The New Student Orientation program supports the successful matriculation, transition and acclimation of undergraduate students as members of the Nova Southeastern University community.
The connection and engagement of commuter students takes place through direct programming and outreach to make commuters students aware of campus resources to further ensure their student success, as well as their sense of belonging to the University.
- New Student Orientations in Summer and Winter Terms
- Orientation Leader Selection, Training and Development
- Commuter Student Outreach and Communication
- First Year Frenzy Programs
- Commuter Appreciation Week
For more information visit: www.nova.edu/studentorientation/ or call (954) 262-8050.
At each SEC, students can get involved in leadership development and civic engagement programs. This includes various opportunities including the Leadership Conference at NSU's main campus in Fort Lauderdale and online leadership seminars. For more information, contact the Student Affairs staff person at your SEC or visit the Student Involvement Opportunities page.
Each site offers Health and Wellness opportunities, focused on educational programming and preventative practices. For more information, contact the Student Affairs staff person at your SEC.
Each SEC offers a variety of recreational opportunities based on student interest. They range from fitness classes to sports leagues. For more information, contact the Student Affairs staff person at your SEC.
Each site offers ongoing programming opportunities that are interesting and educational, as well as inclusive and family friendly. For more information visit our Special Events page or check your SEC page for the upcoming events calendar.
Started in August 1990 as cable-based station broadcasting solely to students residing on campus, Radio X is now a unique non-commercial student-managed radio station that broadcasts live from 7:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. to the tri-county area on 88.5 FM. Listen to Radio X live online at the Radio X page
Study rooms and open classrooms are available at each site while the building is open. For more information about reserving a study room or classroom, contact the Student Affairs Assistant Director at your SEC.