CHCS Student Handbook 2018-2019

54 Nova Southeastern University Student Handbook Office of Campus Life and Student Engagement The Office of Campus Life and Student Engagement is home to the Student Events and Activities (SEA) Board, more than 100 registered undergraduate student organizations, fraternity and sorority life, and the Undergraduate Student Government Association (SGA) . The office plays a key role in assisting students develop an affinity to NSU through engagement in organizations and activities related to their interests. The office also presents programs and events for the entire NSU community—including Sharkapalooza and Homecoming. Office of Special Events and Projects Housed within the Office of Campus Life and Student Engagement, the Office of Special Events and Projects coordinates, hosts, and sponsors university-wide events such as the Student Life Achievement Awards and CommunityFest. The office is also responsible for Weekend Programming and our Sharks on the Scene (S.O.S.) Program, offering students exclusive discounted tickets to some of the largest events South Florida has to offer. Office of Recreation and Wellness The Office of Recreation and Wellness (NSU RecWell) strives to enhance transformative learning and quality of life for the NSU community through diverse programs and services in an inclusive environment. Programs and services include: intramural and club sports, fitness and wellness programming, scuba and rescue certifications, and outdoor adventures. NSU RecWell oversees the RecPlex, located within the Don Taft University Center and the Aquatic Center, housing the largest pool in South Florida. The RecPlex is more than 100,000 square feet and houses 15,000 square feet of cardiovascular and strength requirement, two indoor basketball courts, three racquetball courts, an indoor climbing wall, a leisure pool, three multipurpose rooms, and men’s and women’s locker rooms— equipped with showers and saunas. Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement The Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement provides NSU students with the opportunity to become involved in a variety of leadership programs and volunteer activities in the community. Programs include service days, alternative breaks, the Leadership Conference, and the Emerging Leaders Experience. The office also houses NSU’s premier leadership program, Razor’s Edge , a dynamic leadership development program for high-performing student leaders who participate in a four-year curriculum that includes curricular and co-curricular elements. Students in the program graduate with a minor in Experiential Leadership. Office of Student Media The Office of Student Media oversees the management of the publication of The Current (the NSU student newspaper), WNSU (the student-operated radio station), and Sharks United Television (SUTV— the student operated campus TV station). In addition, Student Media annually hosts the NSU Multimedia Conference and Multimedia Camp. The office also supports the promotion of all campus events and programs to inform students about activities at the university.