Meet the President's 64
Meet the students who serve as the President's 64.
Request Members of the President's 64
We would like to extend the opportunity to have President’s 64 ambassadors attend and represent NSU at your respective functions and events. To request members for your event, please complete the following request form.
* Please note members of President's 64 are to be invited strictly as guests and not volunteers to events.
Established by NSU's 6th President, George L. Hanbury II, Ph.D., The President's 64 is an elite body of student leaders whose purpose is to strengthen the relationship between Nova Southeastern University and its community. This organization is comprised of 64 hand-selected undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, representing different constituencies of NSU's diverse student population. Members of The President's 64 provide targeted feedback to the President, serve as student ambassadors and representatives at University events.
Membership is limited to 64 currently enrolled NSU undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Members must be actively engaged in their respective academic communities, maintain GPA of 2.5 and remain in good academic standing as per NSU's Student Handbook.
The President's 64 members possess strong leadership and communication skills, and demonstrate a sense of Shark Pride as evidenced by their involvement in NSU affiliated organizations.
Once selected, members commit to attending an annual training session and are expected to provide at least 20 hours of service per academic year.
Selection is based on an application and interview process. NSU faculty and staff may elect to nominate by completing the President's 64 Application Form (which may be on orgsync) and then emailing the completed form to email@example.com.
Applications are reviewed each winter semester by committee and eligible candidates will be contacted for an interview. Current members of The President's 64 are invited to return annually as long as they are currently enrolled at NSU, maintain eligibility requirements and uphold the policies outlined in The President's 64 Membership Agreement.
For more information about The President’s 64, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (954) 262-7193.