Nova Southeastern University Student Handbook 73 enforcement, connecting with community resources, and accessing other supports to promote their success as students at NSU. Additionally, the NSU Peer Educator Program is available for students interested in leading prevention programming for their peers on campus. University Libraries The university library system is composed of the Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center, the Martin and Gail Press Health Professions Division Library, the Panza Maurer Law Library, the Oceanographic Campus Library, and the Tampa Bay Regional Campus Library. The 325,000-square-foot Alvin Sherman Library is a joint-use facility with the Broward County Board of County Commissioners. It serves students and faculty and staff members of NSU, as well as residents of Broward County. The five-story structure encompasses electronic classrooms, group-study rooms, a café, Ann Porterfield digital media lab and creative makerspace, and service desks with staff trained and ready to serve library users. Collections of print and electronic resources support the research of students and faculty and staff members. A large spacious atrium houses educational art pieces. The second-floor reference desk is clearly visible to students and enhanced by The NSU Glass Garden created by glass artist Dale Chihuly for the Sherman Library. Also on the second floor is the Craig and Barbara Weiner Holocaust Resource and Reflection Center, as well as the Adolfo and Marisela Cotilla Gallery that features visiting exhibits and cultural events throughout the year. Overall, the university’s libraries house more than one million items. Interlibrary Loan agreements through organizations such as the Online Computer Library Center, the Southeast Florida Library Information Network, the Consortium of Southeastern Law Libraries, and the National Library of Medicine provide broad access to a wide range of materials. Wireless Networking NSU’s wireless networking 1NSU provides wireless access for all the students of the university. In order to connect to 1NSU, you will need an active NSU account. Select 1NSU from the dropdown on your device and enter your NSU credentials. For more information, visit nova.edu/help/wireless. Writing and Communication Center (WCC) The WCC offers NSU students one-on-one assistance at any stage of the writing process, from brainstorming through final editing. WCC consultants help students develop and strengthen general writing and communication skills during face-to-face or online consultations. Services include assistance on academic projects (essays, lab reports, theses, and dissertations); digital projects (presentations, posters, and infographics); professional projects (articles for publication); personal projects (creative writing); and oral presentations.