Student Programming Grants
The Office of Student Affairs promotes program development by providing funding assistance for student sponsored activities that are consistent with the University’s educational mission and the Division of Student Affairs. Student programming, as defined by the Office of Student Affairs, is an event that is developed and implemented by students and is educational, cultural, and/or contributes to the development of students and the campus community. The Regional Campus Student Programming Grant supports the educational value of student-driven programming at the Regional Campuses by assisting students in completing all the necessary steps to effectively implement a successful event. Contact your Assistant Director of Student Affairs for more information.
Student Shark IDs
Locate your Student Affairs staff person to get your NSU Student ID shark card. Fill out an application, get your picture taken and we’ll take it from there! Please stop by the Student Affairs Office, during office hours, at your convenience to get your student ID in the Student Lounge across from the Computer Lab.
|Monday - Friday||8:00 am - 10:00 pm|
|Saturday||8:00 am - 7:00 pm|
|Sunday||8:00 am - 6:00 pm|
Each Regional Campus has a Kudos Board to recognize students for their achievements. Each month, new students will be recognized on the Kudos Board. Students can nominate themselves for recognition. Students can also be nominated by other students, staff members, and faculty at the Regional Campus. Students will also be recognized by the Student Affairs staff person and Student Government Association for their participation and involvement with special events and competitions. Additional information on the <The Kudos Board Nomination form is available.