You may be physically away from campus for the time being but the Title IX staff is here to support NSU students, faculty, and staff, regardless of location. At a time like this, we recognize people affected by sexual violence and intimate partner abuse may be unable to readily access community resources. Because of this, we have gathered information below which we hope might be beneficial to members of the NSU community. The content on this page will be regularly updated to ensure relevant and timely access to information.
Please contact NSU Title IX staff at TitleIX@nova.edu, by phone, or via the secure online reporting form with any questions, concerns, or specific needs you might have.
The NSU Title IX Team can provide resources, support, and information specific to your location, wherever you may be. We will reach out by email first unless we have indication to think that is not a safe way to communicate. You are welcome to describe details about the safest way to communicate when you complete the online reporting form.
The Center for Student Counseling & Well-Being, formerly Henderson Student Counseling Services, has transitioned all services to on-line and telephonic platforms and will be operating remotely until further notice. Temporary hours of operation for scheduled services is now 8:30 am - 5 pm. On-call and crisis services will remain available 24-hours a day. Should any student have a concern, question or need services, please contact the main number at (954) 424-6911 or (954) 262-7050.
For students seeking a first-time appointment:
Getting Started – The Screening Process
***Please register through the SCS portal to make yourself eligible to schedule your Triage Screening Appointment
Within one (1) business day you will receive a phone call to be scheduled with a Triage/Screening appointment. Triage/Screening appointments can be made up to 24 hours in advance and the available times for appointments varies by day. The best time to call is at 8:30 am.