Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement Nova Southeastern University Rosenthal Student Center 2nd Floor 3301 College Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314
Main Office: (954) 262-7195 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Offices of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement (SLCE) and Office of Campus Life and Student Engagement want NSU student organizations to thrive and grow. Student organizations are the heart of the university and have a significant impact on the student experience at NSU.
SLCE utilizes the following competencies based on the National Association of Campus Activities student organization competencies in our support for student organizations.
Here are a few ways that SLCE supports student organizations:
Any student organization, society, Greek Affiliated organization, student group, or individual can request a leadership training/presentation/meeting. These sessions can be tailorable to the needs of the requestor and focus on several topics such as:
Stop by SLCE on the 2nd floor of Rosenthal or email SLCE@nova.edu
to request a leadership training.
Before the start of each academic year, Student Leadership and Civic Engagement along with Campus Life and Student Engagement together host a training program for all student organization leaders. RSO training is mandatory for all student organizations.
This provides the student leaders with a time to develop leadership skills needed to effectively lead a student organization, learn more about the policies and procedures, and develop a network of other student leaders within the Inter Organization Council (IOC).
Each August prior to school starting, the Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement in conjunction with the Office of Campus Life and Student Engagement host Registered Student Organization (RSO) Training. The goal of the training is to provide RSO leaders with the resources to have a successful year with their organization. For those student organizations that form after RSO training, they will work closely with staff in the Campus Life and Student Engagement for training and support for their new organization!
For more information, please visit the Office of Campus Life and Student Engagement's website.
Effective, August 17, 2020 the RSO Service Requirements have been updated to RSO Leadership Requirements. This change comes as a result of feedback from students in regards to the previous service requirements and the ability to provide more options to complete these requirements in light of COVID-19.
All RSO’s that wish to be eligible for financial funding from the Inter Organizational Council (IOC) must complete ONE of the following:
It is important to remember, that you must be an approved member of the student organization you wish to designate your hours to in order for you to submit your hours.
The Student Leadership Awards Program takes place annually during the winter semester. The awards program recognizes exceptional achievements and service on the campus and in the community. The Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement honors individual and organization efforts of building and improving our university community through leadership and service.
Each year, the award recommendation process begins in early March and concludes at the Awards Program in April. We encourage faculty, staff, and students to nominate individuals they believe have impacted our campus.
2016–2017 Leadership Award Recipients
Freshman Student Leader of the Year
Nathanael "Squeaky" Washington
Sophomore Student Leader of the Year
Junior Student Leader of the Year
Senior Student Leader of the Year
Most Improved Registered Student Organization of the Year
NSU Maasti Dance Team
Registered Student Organization of the Year
Student Organization President of the Year
Kadeem Hall, President of Black Student Union
Student Organization Advisor of the Year
Daniel McFadden, Advisor of Make a Meal and NSU Maasti Dance Team
Event of the Year
Cupcake Wars, Make a Meal
Service Project of the Year
Fall Room Renovation Project, Cozy Corners
Student Employee of the Year
Amanda Palmieri, Office of Campus Life and Student Engagement
Faculty or Staff Member of the Year
Amiee Haynes, Office of Undergraduate Student Success
Unsung Hero of the Year
Fraternity and Sorority Life Awards
Philanthropy of the Year
Mr. Fintastic, Delta Phi Epsilon
Neophyte of the Year
Curtisha Demarco, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Sorority Woman of the Year
Kayla Wilkes, Theta Phi Alpha
Fraternity Man of the Year
Steven Winalis, Kappa Sigma
2015–2016 Leadership Award Recipients
Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc.
Paul Mojica, President of NSU Collegiate DECA
Amy Hirons, Advisor of Pre-Veterinary Society
Take Back the Night, Take Back the Night Committee
Medical Mission Trip to Ecuador Spring Break, MEDLIFE
Shanygne Bitna, Residential Life and Housing
Monica Paneque, Huizenga College of Business
Out of the Darkness Walk, Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc.
New Member of the Year
Emily Konicki, Theta Phi Alpha
Nicole Almeida, Delta Phi Epsilon
Anthony Bufi, Kappa Sigma
2014–2015 Leadership Award Recipients
Delia Hernandez, Undergraduate Student Government Association
Student Organization of the Year
Delta Phi Epsilon
Joe Personelli, Residence Life and Housing
Alpha Phi Omega, Oxfam Hunger Banquet
Outstanding Sorority Woman
Antonella Sanchez, Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc.
Neo/New Member of the Year
Jessica Rodrigues, Delta Phi Epsilon
Outstanding Fraternity Man
Juan Duran, Kappa Sigma
Jacob Scheler, Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI)
Jay Howard, Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.
Maasti Dance Team
2012–2013 Leadership Award Recipients
2011–2012 Leadership Award Recipients
2009–2010 Leadership Award Recipients
2008–2009 Leadership Award Recipients
2007–2008 Leadership Award Recipients