Campus Life and Student Engagement CAMPUS LIFE AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT


SHARKAPALOOZA WAVES OF WELCOME Sharkapalooza, one of the great traditions at NSU, is the highlight of the University’s WOW. Count on Sharkapalooza to be a memorable welcome-home event, featuring a student organization fair, performances, great prizes, activity booths, and free food! Imagine a Welcome Home celebration that happens at the beginning of the Fall and Winter semester. Imagine a variety of events on campus throughout the first days of school. That’s what the Waves of Welcome—aka WOW—at NSU is all about. Discover how you can get involved, and find out about programs, services, and opportunities tailored to make your experience at college even more enriching, vibrant, and memorable.

HOMECOMING SHARKS ON THE SCENE Sharks on the Scene (S.O.S.) gives students access to exclusive discounted tickets to some of the largest events South Florida has to offer while eSharks, the virtual version of S.O.S., gives students access to fun, unique, and FREE events! This is a time for alumni, students, and the Shark Family to celebrate NSU and show their Shark Pride! This week-long celebration includes our Homecoming Kick-Off, the Annual Anything That Floats: Raft Race, Homecoming Bash, and many more events. To celebrate the end of the week, we finish with our NSU Basketball game and crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen!

COMMUNITYFEST Taking place around Gold Circle Lake, NSU’s CommunityFest is an annual festival that celebrates and collaboratively connects NSU students, employees, their families, and our community on NSU’s Davie Campus. STUEYs The Student Life Achievement Awards, affectionately known as the “STUEY’s,” is an annual celebration of NSU’s best in Academic Excellence, Student Centered, Integrity, Innovation, Opportunity, Scholarship/Research, Diversity, and Community. This event is a celebration of the hundreds of activities designed to enrich the overall student experience of the NSU community.

SENIOR WEEK Taking place at the end of the Winter semester, Senior Week is filled with a variety of events celebrating NSU’s graduating class. Senior Week allows seniors to be celebrated and recognized while receiving best wishes from fellow students, faculty and staff. ALL FINS IN All Fins In is the ultimate service project for the NSU community. Campus Life and Student Engagment and Student Leadership and Civic Engagement (SLCE) collaborate with several Broward county community partners to provide a diverse set of on and off-campus service projects.

DIVERSITY, EQUITY, INCLUSION, AND BELONGING RESOURCE CENTER The Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Resource Center seeks to strengthen and enrich the NSU community through engagement opportunities, educational programming, vast cultural experiences, and provide support for traditionally underrepresented student populations to cultivate a continually sensitive and unified campus environment. Meeting meaningful goals for diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging is key for the success of the NSU community. The DEIB Resource Center is committed to promoting diversity and inclusiveness on campus, and to providing a safe, supportive workplace for all students.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The Undergraduate Student Government Association of NSU (USGA) is a government for and by the students, established to encourage a more dynamic and diverse campus. USGA pledges to promote and protect the rights of the undergraduate students, by facilitating cooperation and communication between the Undergraduate activityfee paying students and the administration. USGA strives to enhance the quality of academic and social life, while fostering a sense of campus community. GET IN TOUCH Meetings every Wednesday, 3-5 p.m., Rosenthal 200 mail brand12 @nsuundergradsga

INTER-ORGANIZATIONAL COUNCIL The Inter-Organizational Council (IOC) was established to form a strong community within registered student organizations (RSOs) to promote unity and collaboration, help develop and enhance student engagement on campus, and provide resources, funding, and leadership opportunities to and for student organizations. IOC is the liaison between organizations and NSU’s Undergraduate Student Government Association, other RSOs, offices, and resources on campus. IOC is primarily for student organization representatives; however, all IOC General Body meetings are open to the general NSU community. GET IN TOUCH mail brand12 @nsu_ioc

STUDENT EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES BOARD As the premier student-run programming board at NSU, the mission of the Student Events and Activities Board (S.E.A. Board) is to be a studentled organization that enhances and engages the NSU Community by providing a variety of social, cultural, and traditional events. S.E.A. Board is dedicated to creating a strong campus community, by engaging students through diverse events and providing leadership opportunities. GET IN TOUCH mail brand12 @nsuseaboard

DIVERSITY STUDENT COUNCIL As a progressive and pioneering student-run programming board at Nova Southeastern University, the Diversity Student Council (DSC) exists to create a positive, educational, and inclusive experience for all Nova Southeastern University students through programs, trainings, and events. The Diversity Student Council serves as a catalyst of inclusive change and cultural humility that empowers all students and the NSU community. GET IN TOUCH mail brand12 @nsu_dsc

FRATERNITY AND SORORITY LIFE The Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) community is comprised of 11 values-based organizations. There are also three distinct governing councils: Panhellenic Council, Unified Greek Council and an honors society, Order of Omega. Joining a Greek lettered organization provides opportunities for academic support, social networking, service to the greater community, and a chance to be a part of NSU tradition. UNIFIED GREEK COUNCIL The Unified Greek Council (UGC) at NSU consists of the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc., and the National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations, Inc. They recognize a need to unify a diverse set of Greek organizations with similar goals and purposes, while appreciating their uniqueness and their value to the campus community. They aim to increase awareness and promote a positive image through the encouragement of community service and philanthropy, through the support for high academic standards, and through the development of campus and community leaders. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL The NSU Panhellenic Council (PC) is the governing body over the three National Panhellenic Conference sororities that are located on campus. PC is comprised of five executive officers, six chair positions, and three chapter delegates. While encouraging academic, emotional, and social development in each member, PC promotes unity among all Greek organizations and is dedicated to the improvement of our global community. COLLEGIATE FRATERNAL COUNCIL The Collegiate Fraternal Council (CFC) strives to uphold the values and ethics set forth by their chapters’ rituals. The fraternity men of NSU stand for academic achievement, for the respect of all persons, for guarding the health and safety of all human beings, and for the challenge to their brothers to uphold fraternal ideals in their daily lives. GET IN TOUCH Fraternity and Sorority Life mail brand12 @nsu.fsl Unified Greek Council mail brand12 @nsu.ugc Panhellenic Council mail brand12 @nsu_panhellenic Collegiate Fraternal Council mail brand12 @cfc_nsu

GET IN TOUCH Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. mail brand12 @sigmachiakas Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority mail brand12 @dphie.nsu Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. mail brand12 @piphinupes Lambda Alpha Upsilon Fraternity, Inc. mail brand12 @nsu.lau Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. mail brand12 @lta_gammadelta Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. mail brand12 @gadsigmas Phi Delta Theta Fraternity mail brand12 @phideltnsu Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority mail brand12 @nsu_phisig Sigma Delta Tau Sorority mail brand12 @sdt.nsu Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. mail brand12 @nsugammas Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. mail brand12 @betatau_zetas

SHARKHUB SharkHub is an interactive website that allows you to identify, organize and coordinate your out-of-class involvement experiences! Shark Hub combines a directory of all of the RSOs on campus with management tools your organization can use to make your group run more smoothly and keep everything in one convenient place. Your organization’s SharkHub page can work as a website for your group where you can store documents, run elections, post pictures and events, keep track of your roster and much more. If you are looking to get involved, you can also utilize SharkHub to discover events happening around campus from numerous organizations! Visit today!

Your Event Pass is a unique code that allows you to quickly check-in to events happening on campus. This is required at all Campus Life events such as Sharkapalooza and Homecoming, just to name a few. GET YOUR EVENT PASS • Download the iShark app. • Click on the menu bar on the top corner. • Click on SharkHub. • Log into SharkHub. • Click on your profile picture and select the QR Code image in the top left corner. • Screenshot or download to save Event Pass to your photos or wallet. • Present Event Pass at events on campus!

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