College of Pharmacy Student Handbook 2023-2024

Nova Southeastern University Student Handbook 67 Office of Undergraduate Admissions The Office of Undergraduate Admissions guides and supports students and families through all of the processes related to enrolling in undergraduate programs at NSU. The office works closely with all of the university’s colleges that house undergraduate academic programs, the Office of Student Financial Assistance, and other campus departments and offices that are relevant to undergraduate recruitment and admissions. The office also participates in numerous college admission fairs, hosts school counselors on campus, provides campus tours through student ambassadors, and maintains an active national and international student recruitment schedule. Student Activity Fee Accounts Office The Student Activity Fee Accounts Office is responsible for providing effective financial accounts management for NSU student clubs, organizations, and Shark Cage Businesses. Account services include reimbursements to students, faculty members, and staff affiliated with a club or organization, payment to vendors, account deposits, fundraising, credit card terminal rentals, management of student government (SGA) allocations, and fund reconciliation. Tutoring and Testing Center The Tutoring and Testing Center (TTC) offers a variety of peer-led academic support services, including supplemental instruction, individualized tutoring, academic success coaching, and an array of testing services and resources. Students are encouraged to take advantage of these free services to help meet their educational goals, achieve academic excellence, and enhance personal growth. Office of Student Financial Assistance The Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) is dedicated to assisting students in making wellinformed decisions regarding the funding of their education at NSU. The OSFA administers grants, scholarships, and loans and prepares student financial aid award offers based on federal and state regulations and institutional guidelines. It provides information on the application processes for financial aid and veterans educational benefits and counsels students on proactive debt management strategies and financial literacy. The office also monitors student Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) for financial aid eligibility and awards scholarships from internal and external sources. Students may receive financial aid guidance in person, by email, or by telephone. For more details, including contact information, visit or call (954) 262-3380 or 800-541-6682, ext. 23380. Office of the University Bursar The Office of the University Bursar is responsible for billing students, collecting and depositing payments, 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 /bursar or call (954) 262-5200 or 800-541-6682, ext. 25200.