Community Service and Social Action Student Organizations
The following are NSU undergraduate student organizations that focus on community service and social action. Click here for an updated and complete listing of undergraduate student organizations registered with the NSU Office of Student Activities.
Alpha Phi Omega is a co-ed national service fraternity. We devote ourselves to leadership, friendship, and service in all that we do. We are a service organization, the only service fraternity on campus; what this means is you are able to be a part of a social fraternity as well as Alpha Phi Omega. Many of our Brothers are members of other various organizations on campus and are very involved in campus life. We participate in community service of all kinds, and we provide our members with the opportunity to develop leadership skills through: service to the nation, service to the community, service to the campus, and service to the members of the Fraternity.
CAUSE (Community Action Using Student Empowerment) strives to provide NSU students with service opportunities throughout the year that enhance the local community by working with a variety of different organizations.
For more information on the Community Service Steering Committee, or if you or student organization want to further discuss finding outside service opportunities, email Lauren Soares (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Kamla Billings (email@example.com) to arrange a consultation.
Relay for Life at NSU is a student-driven committee that plans the annual Relay for Life, which supports cancer research and ultimately finding a cure. The 2012 Relay raised $27,000. The 2013 Relay will be taking place from 6:00 PM to 12:00 PM in the Shark Circle. The goal for this year's Relay is $30,000.
ROTARACT at NSU is a University based community service organization under the Rotary International umbrella in Nova Southeastern University (NSU). Like many ROTARACT clubs, ROTARACT at NSU receives support and sponsorship for its projects and activities from NSU and local Rotary clubs of Ft. Lauderdale South, Weston, and Plantation & Davie Cooper-City. It is a part of Rotary district 6990. For more information, check out the Rotaract website at: http://www.nova.edu/rotaract/.
Cozy Corners brings together children and their families from Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital and students looking to make a difference in their lives. Cozy Corners students transform work to transform a child’s room into a very special place by working directly with the family.