NSU Student Government Association Press Releases
 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 1, 2006

 NSUSGA LAUNCHES SPEAK OUT CAMPAIGN

The Nova Southeastern Undergraduate Student Government Association has launched a new campaign for students. Speak out which can be found online http://nsusga.nova.edu/speakout will improve communication between students and members of the student government. This new campaign will also increase the awareness of that the Student Government can make changes at this University, but only if students speak out.

The Undergraduate Student Government Association is urging all students and alumni to speak out. The student government is ready to tackle all issues such as Academics, Food Service, Housing, Parking, Campus Life, Public Safety, Athletics, Student’s Rights, and that crack in the sidewalk you keep tripping on.  Senators are eager to hear what bothers students and what students want changed.

Students are also urged to visit the rest of the student government website which provides easy access to content covering: SGA’s Mission statement, SGA Positions, Constitution, Event Calendars, Senate Minutes, Online Forms, Useful Links, and requests for information.  The website will provide easy access for students to who is representing them, and allows for easier access to members of the Executive Board as well as Senators. 

An important resource for the students, faculty, alumni, and the public, http://nsusga.nova.edu continues to keep pace with the need of students.

Contact:  Sean Burque, Public Relations Director NSUSGA; 954-262-7264 or Burque@nova.edu

 


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 1, 2006

Campus Entertainment Director Resigns

The Nova Southeastern Undergraduate Student Government Association announced today the resignation of Vanessa Mezquia from the executive board.

“Vanessa has made a tremendous contribution to the current student government with Sharkapalooza.
Her creativity, intelligence, sense of humor and straightforward manner have always been an asset to the executive board. While we will miss her, the executive board wish her the very best with the rest of her time here at NSU.”

The student government is currently seeking talented individuals to fill different positions within the organization. We encourage students to fill out an application which can be found online http://nsusga.nova.edu.

The mission of the undergraduate student government is to establish a more dynamic and diverse campus, and we continue to pledge to promote and protect the rights of the undergraduate students, promote cooperation and communication between the Undergraduate activity-fee paying students and the administration, and encourage unity among University students by advancing the quality of academic and social life, as well as provide a form of government for and by the students.

Contact:  Sean Burque, Public Relations Director; 954-262-7264 or Burque@nova.edu

 


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

August 23, 2006

 

NSUSGA Launches New Website Design

The Nova Southeastern Undergraduate Student Government Association has launched its main website http://nsusga.nova.edu to improve communication between students and members of the student government this new website will also increase the awareness of important information.

The new website offers easy to access content covering: SGA’s Mission statement, SGA Positions, Constitution, Event Calendars, Online Forms, Senate Minutes, Useful Links, and requests for information.  The website will provide easy access for students to who is representing them, and allows for easier access to members of the Executive Board as well as Senators. 

In addition to the homepage updates, A section under information requests will allow any undergraduate student to ask any or all of the SGA members a question regarding concerns, problems, or just requesting information.  The site will offer a link to current news in NSUSGA, as well as upcoming events sponsored by the clubs and organizations funded by NSUSGA. a new section will allow any undergraduate student to ask any or all of the members in the NSUSGA any question they desire.

An important resource for the students, faculty, alumni, and the public , http://nsusga.nova.edu continues to keep pace with new technologies (RSS news feeds, listservs, etc). Additional enhancements are planned for http://nsusga.nova.edu in the future. Our goal is to increase public understanding of student government issues through timely online multimedia features offering the latest news directly from the undergraduate student government association.

Contact:  Sean Burque, Public Relations Director NSUSGA; 954-262-7264 or Burque@nova.edu