In 2010, NSU earned the prestigious, elective Carnegie Foundation Designation as a Community Engaged Institution in both categories: “Curricular Engagement” and “Outreach and Partnerships”. Click below to learn more.
NSU completes an annual assessment of our community collaboration affiliates. The results are shared with NSU leadership and the academic and administrative/support units in order to improve the quality of our service in the community. The 2010 Community Survey report can be viewed at this link.
Please view the 2012 Community Affiliate survey and Power Point Executive summary
Please view the executive summary of the 2013 Community Affiliates Survey
The primary objective of the Office of Institutional and Community Engagement (ICE) is to facilitate, coordinate, and document the implementation of NSU’s institutional and community initiatives and to direct and disseminate information about the systematic, integrated processes that assess them. The Office provides resources and assistance to students, faculty, administration and staff of Nova Southeastern University as well as to NSU’s community affiliates.
Kimberly Cronin, M.S is the Assistant Director in the office of Institutional Effectiveness at Nova Southeastern University (NSU). She has worked at NSU for 18 years in a variety of capacities. Kimberly has strong ties to the community. She is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University, and is currently in the final stages of her Doctorial Degree at Nova Southeastern University.