PCHCS Student Handbook 2024-2025

Nova Southeastern University Student Handbook 69 sending invoices and receipts, providing access to student educational tax forms, issuing refunds from excess financial aid funds, and verifying students’ eligibility for financial aid funds. The office also assists borrowers of Federal Perkins and Health and Human Services Loans with repayment options. NSU Student Health Insurance is also housed within this office. For more information, visit nova.edu /bursar or call (954) 262-5200 or 800-541-6682, ext. 25200. Office of the University Registrar The Office of the University Registrar offers a variety of services to the university community. These services include, but are not limited to, course registration, transcript processing, name and address change, loan deferment, enrollment and degree verification, grade processing, degree conferral, and diploma printing. The office also facilitates and communicates academic progress standing to students on a trimester basis and oversees all related communications with students and academic programs. The essential responsibility of the registrar’s office is to create, maintain, and protect students’ academic records, as well as interpreting and upholding university policy. For more information, visit nova.edu /registrar or call (954) 262-7200, 800-262-7200, or 800-541-6682, ext. 27200. One-Stop Shop The One-Stop Shop is the central point of contact for information and service for walk-in prospective, new, and continuing students. Staff members are cross-trained to answer inquiries about financial aid, registrar, and bursar functions. Students can submit required financial aid documents, obtain enrollment verification, request official transcripts, and register for classes. The One-Stop Shop is located in the Horvitz Administration Building on the Fort Lauderdale/Davie Campus. For a comprehensive listing of services and hours of operations, visit nova.edu/financialaid/contactus. Mako Media Network Mako Media Network trains students in journalism ethics, standards and skills. It produces high-quality programs, including live radio, an entertaining lineup of original television shows, and investigative news stories. Mako Media includes the publication The Current, NSU’s student-run newspaper; Mako Radio, the student-operated live radio station; and Mako TV, the student-operated campus TV station. Military Affairs Veterans Resource Center The Military Affairs Veterans Resource Center (VRC) was developed to provide a centralized location for resources and services specifically designed for our veteran, ROTC, and military-affiliated students. The mission of the VRC is multifaceted and includes the facilitation of academic success, transitional assistance, supporting university and community engagement, providing professional development opportunities, and ultimately graduation and career attainment. Located in the Carl DeSantis Building, the VRC provides students with a home away from home, with lounge space, study areas, conference room, refrigerator, microwave, and a computer lab. It is also the host of the Student Veterans of America (SVA) veteran student group Freedom Sharks. Additional information can be found online at nova.edu/veterans. NSU Military Affairs also collaborates with the Veterans Access Clinic, which provides veterans and their immediate family members priority access to NSU’s health care clinics.