Nursing Student Handbook 2024-2025

Nova Southeastern University Student Handbook 73 • copier usage • identification purposes • library privileges • meal plans • pay-for-print • use as a form of payment at participating off-campus retailers and merchants • vending machine usage This high-tech card has two embedded antennas that will allow access to various areas around campus, from parking garages to computer labs. The card also links biometric data used to calculate time and attendance for both students and staff members. The magnetic stripe allows users to add funds in increments of $1, $5, $10, or $20 to an online account that can be used for copying, printing, vending machines, and more. Students are able to add these funds online or at dedicated value stations located at the Alvin Sherman Library or at the Health Professions Division Library/Lab Building. SharkCard Services is located in the Don Taft University Center, entering from the east side entrance (Shark Fountain side), by the box office. SharkPrint NSU provides students with laser printing at libraries, computer laboratories, and on regional campuses. The print release stations, either stand alone or embedded, are located in various locations around each campus and control the process. Each registered NSU student (both full time and part time) receives a credit of $75 per fiscal year (July 1 through June 30) on the student’s MyNSU Print account. The student also can use these funds for making copies at the photocopy machines. Unused credits cannot be carried over to the following year. The MyNSU Print credits feed directly from the NSU Banner Administrative system. The public does not receive any print or copy credits. Revalue stations are available for the public and for NSU students to add value to their SharkCards. Shark Dining Services An integral feature to campus life undoubtedly lies within the dining services. The passion and pride of Shark Dining is undeniable as the team has the sole objective of delivering an unforgettable dining experience through the highest quality, menu ingenuity, and value. The team also strives to build community through its culinary expertise. The team embraces cooking from scratch, menuing seasonally, and resourcing responsibly. Shark Dining offers 15 distinctive dining venues, 3 convenient locations. Dining on campus hosts popular national brands such as Starbucks, Sushi Maki, Subway, Einstein Bros. Bagels, Sambazon Açai Bowls, Qdoba Mexican Eats, and illy Coffee. Shark Dining also provides a range of internal concepts to include extended options for vegetarians and vegans. Shark Dining has an acute focus on health and wellness, nutritional labeling, and accommodating special dietary requests, ensuring no student will go hungry. The flavor and variety will satisfy any craving at Nova Southeastern University’s Fort Lauderdale/Davie Campus. Shark Dining has partnerships with various departments to bring a monthly Teaching Kitchen experience, focused on getting students comfortable with cooking nutritional and manageable meals. Shark Dining also hosts a monthly dining forum to target feedback from the campus community and maintain an open line of communication with on-site senior management team. Menus, hours, dining venues, events,