58 Nova Southeastern University Student Handbook earned 7 NCAA Division II team national championships, 27 Sunshine State Conference titles, and produced 7 individual national champions. This success has led to the department finishing as high as ninth in the Learfield Sports Directors Cup, which measures the success of athletic departments across the country. Valuing deeply the commitment to academic success, NSU student-athletes have also consistently maintained a cumulative departmental GPA of 3.0 or better since obtaining NCAA DII membership. NSU Student Counseling (Henderson) Counseling for NSU students is provided by the Henderson Student Counseling Center. Services include treatment for anxiety, depression, anger management, stress, relationship challenges, chronic illnesses, abuse, suicidal thoughts, breakup/divorce, assault, substance abuse, and many other areas affecting a student’s quality of life. The office is staffed with licensed mental health professionals including a psychologist and psychiatrist. Office of Innovation and Information Technology The Office of Innovation and Information Technology’s unit maintains 50 computing facilities: 30 at the Fort Lauderdale/Davie Campus and 20 located among the other NSU campuses in Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Miami, Miramar, Orlando, Palm Beach, Tampa, and Puerto Rico. In addition to courses, open labs are scheduled and maintained for student use on campus and at student educational center locations. NSU’s labs house a variety of computer equipment for student use. Students and faculty and staff members have access to scanners, printers, digital cameras, video cameras, and other technology tools. Wireless laptops are available for use in the library, HPD study rooms, and several regional campuses. Color printers and printing stations located in high traffic areas for “on-the-go printing” are also available. The labs are equipped with pay-for-print stations that are accessed via student identification cards, as well. SharkPrint NSU provides students with laser printing capabilities in the libraries, computer laboratories, and on regional campuses. NSU Card print release stations, located adjacent to each of the university printers in the public and student areas, control the process. Each registered NSU full-time and part-time student receives a credit of $75.00 per fiscal year (July 1 through June 30) on his or her NSU Card. Once the credit allocation has been used, the student is charged 10 cents per print/copy. Unused credits cannot be carried over to the following year. The SharkPrint credits feed directly from the NSU Banner Administrative system. The public does not receive any print or copy credits. Cash stations are available for the public and for NSU students to add value to their NSU SharkCards. Student Medical Center The mission of the Student Medical Center is to provide quality primary health care services to our collegiate populations. Services include physical exams, women’s health care, immunizations, preventive care, general medical care, and minor surgical procedures.