The Office of Student Affairs at the Regional Campuses exists to foster student success and a university community at NSU's regional campuses. Student Affairs serves as the liaison between the main campus and the Regional Campuses in order to provide an array of services and opportunities for all Regional Campus students. Additionally, Student Affairs provides a student lounge, relaxation room, and fitness center at each campus.
For more information about the services provided at your campus, contact email@example.com
To provide high-quality programs and services that support student success while connecting students to NSU resources through personal interaction, outreach, and advocacy.
Students at the regional campuses and online have the opportunity for individualized career advisement, resume assistance, interviewing prep, and much more via phone and Skype. Also, workshops are periodically held in-person at the regional campuses. To access online resources and learn more about the career development opportunities available to you, visit https://nova.joinhandshake.com/login. The following are just some services available to students:
Online Interactive Career Advisement
This service provides an opportunity for regional campus students to work one-on-one with a career adviser on the phone who can assist interactively with:
NSU students at regional campuses have the opportunity to take advantage of the following services:
During these sessions, a career adviser can interactively access your document and work with you as if you were actually in the office.
Video Conference Mock Interview Program
Is that big job interview coming up soon? Let us put you at ease with our Video Conference Mock Interview Program. Submit a cover letter, resume, and job description of your choice in preparation for your live interview with a career adviser at your regional campus. Online Interactive Services and Video Conference Mock Interviews are available for students and alumni living outside of a 30 mile radius from the NSU main campus.
Online Interactive Drop-in Advisement
Don't have an appointment? No need to worry. "Drop-In" is a great opportunity to talk one-on-one over the phone with a career adviser and serves as your first step in the counseling process. This advisement session can address many of your immediate needs and determine your need for additional advisement. "Drop-In" lasts approximately 15 minutes and is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Career development holds various career workshops such as Resume Writing, Job searching, and Graduate School Planning through live feed or directly at each regional campus. Also visit https://nova.joinhandshake.com/login for career workshops accessible anytime.
NSU Career Development is excited to provide our students, alumni and employers the ultimate recruiting platform, Handshake! Handshake is the hub for jobs and internships listings, career fairs and event registration and more.
You can access Handshake via the buttons provided or by going to nova.joinhandshake.com.
For more information about the Career Development opportunities, please call our front desk at (954) 262-7201.
Our regional campuses are home to several student clubs and organizations that cover a wide range of interests, from academic and professional development to cultural and social activities. Whether you're looking to connect with like-minded peers, explore new hobbies, or make a difference in the community, there's an organization out there for you.
Video Counseling services are provided to NSU’s regional campus students. Services provided include treatment for:
For more information and to complete the registration, please click here
Student Disability Services provides information and individualized accommodations for students with identified disabilities. To be eligible for disability-related accommodations, students must have a documented disability as defined by applicable federal and state laws. Accommodations are available to students whose disabilities include, but are not limited to:
Nova Southeastern University complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 by providing reasonable accommodations for individuals with documented disabilities to ensure equal and comprehensive access to University programs, services, and campus facilities.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on Disability Services offered at regional campuses.
Exercise helps you keep a sound body, as well as a sound mind. As an NSU student, you are able to utilize your campus's fitness center free of charge. Equipment varies from campus to campus, but typically includes treadmills, elliptical machines, yoga mats, and weights. You can also take part in free fitness classes, such as yoga, Zumba, cardio-step, and more.
Based on student interest, NSU sponsors teams to participate in local community leagues and occasionally offers intramural competition, such as the annual “War on I-4” softball game. Contact the Office of Student Affairs to learn more!
As an NSU student, you can get library books mailed to you from NSU's Alvin Sherman Library and Martin and Gail Press Health Professions Division Library for free. You can request these books to be sent to you from the NSU libraries in Fort Lauderdale. For more information about this service visit http://sherman.library.nova.edu/sites/services/docdel/.
The Student Advisory Board (SAB) exists at each of the regional campuses to serve as the voice of the student body by representing student needs to the NSU administration. The SABs also plan social events at the sites and provide a variety of community involvement opportunities.
The SAB recruits new members every summer and they serve for the full academic year.
Contact email@example.com if you are interested in being a member.
The SharkCard is the official NSU identification card. All students, faculty, and staff are required to carry the SharkCard for identification purposes. Your SharkCard is used for:
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Campus Card Services at (954) 262-8929 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Started in August 1990 as cable-based station broadcasting solely to students residing on campus, Mako Radio is now a unique non-commercial student-managed radio station that broadcasts live from 7:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. to the tri-county area on 88.5 FM. Listen to Mako Radio live online at the Mako Radio page
Started in April 2009 a closed-circuit television station, Mako TV broadcast the latest movies and student-produced programming. The station is available on channel 96 on NSU’s main campus in the residence halls. Commuter students may also view Mako TV on their laptops while on campus. Students at our Regional Campuses may view student-produced programming from Mako TV at https://www.youtube.com/@MAKOTeleVision.
SharkFINS, NSU's online student newsletter
SharkFINS reaches more than 29,000 students every week. It offers a brief synopsis of campus information, news announcements, and events and activities targeted to NSU students. Look for SharkFINS in your inbox or read it at the Weekly NSU Student E-newsletter page.
The Current, NSU's campus newspaper
The Current strives to unify and inform the entire NSU community and provide students with unbiased, honest reporting on the important issues. Read The Current.
Do you need help with writing or math? Do you need tutoring for a specific course? NSU can help you with both – for free:
The Professional Development Grant exists to support NSU regional campus students in furthering their academic learning through attendance and participation at conferences and workshops.
Opportunities can include the following:
The grant does not support academic program requirements or travel to the Davie/Fort Lauderdale campus. Please email email@example.com for more information.
All regional campuses are open daily between the following hours:
Assistant Dean for Campus Life and Student Engagement
Director of Student Affairs, Regional Campuses