NSU and S.B. Ballard participated in a topping off ceremony for the Brown Hall replacement building, celebrating the completion of the main structure and signing a steel beam.

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50-01: Dissemination of Public Information

Policy Statement
The Office of Communications and Marketing has been designated by the President as the primary contact for news media issues and for coordination of dissemination of information to the public. This office is also responsible for ensuring University-wide compliance with this policy.

All due diligence must be taken to ensure that information originating from the University is accurate, complete, reflects the official position of the Norfolk State University organization and is released to the media and target publics in a timely manner.

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Homecoming 2016: Theme Contest

Friday, July 22, 2016

Attention all Spartans!

It takes a lot of strategic planning and execution to make our annual Homecoming festivities bigger and better each year. The first order of business is to determine a theme.  And, that’s why we need your creative ideas and input. After all, the theme sets the tone of our fun-filled celebration. 


This year, the Homecoming Committee wants a fresh new perspective.  So you think you’ve got the right theme idea? Please email it to alumnirelations@nsu.eduby July 26.  The Homecoming Committee will review all submissions and the winner will receive a special gift. 

Do think outside the box!  And, remember we need a theme that inspires and evokes visual images. For more information, call the Office of Student Activities at 757-823-8200.



Posted by: University Advancement
OFFICES CLOSING FOR TRAINING (REVISED)

Thursday, July 21, 2016

OFFICES CLOSING FOR TRAINING

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

The following offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 27 from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. for staff training:

Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, Career Services, Customer Care & Student Advocacy, Dean of Students, Housing & Residence Life, Oasis, Student Activities, Student Center Operations, Student Support Services.

 



Posted by: Division of Student Affairs
Homecoming 2016: Theme Contest

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Attention all Spartans!

It takes a lot of strategic planning and execution to make our annual Homecoming festivities bigger and better each year. The first order of business is to determine a theme.  And, that’s why we need your creative ideas and input. After all, the theme sets the tone of our fun-filled celebration. 

This year, the Homecoming Committee wants a fresh new perspective.  So you think you’ve got the right theme idea? Please email it to alumnirelations@nsu.edu by July 26.  The Homecoming Committee will review all submissions and the winner will receive a special gift. 

Do think outside the box!  And, remember we need a theme that inspires and evokes visual images. For more information, call the Office of Student Activities at 757-823-8200.


Posted by: Homecoming Committee
OFFICES CLOSING FOR TRAINING

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

The following offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 27 from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. for staff training:

Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, Career Services, Counseling Center, Customer Care & Student Advocacy, Dean of Students, Housing & Residence Life, Oasis, Student Activities, Student Center Operations, Student Support Services.

 



Posted by: Division of Student Affairs
Now Enrolling!

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

The Child Development Lab is accepting applications for the fall 2016 enrollment. The program provides high quality early childhood education and care for children of faculty, staff, students and other members of the community. We offer full and part-time services for children ages 3 through 4 1/2 years old, M-F from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

To schedule a tour of our nationally accredited and star quality rated program, please contact Mrs. Fortune at (757) 823-8111. You may also visit www.nsu.edu/cdl for more information.



Posted by: Child Development Lab
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - SENIOR FELLOWS OF THE HONORS COLLEGE

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
SENIOR FELLOWS OF THE HONORS COLLEGE
            Senior Fellows will be NSU faculty members, NSU administrators or members of the larger Hampton Roads community whose primary function will be to help raise funds for and awareness of the Honors College and to support its goals actively and enthusiastically. The goals of the Honors College, in full support of the university’s overall mission, are

•    to raise the level of academic standards and expectations at the university;
•    to provide an enriched and challenging program of study for students who manifest exceptional academic potential and are willing to commit to a rigorous academic curriculum;
•    to improve the university’s ability to attract, matriculate and graduate such scholars; and
•    to enrich the entire university community by sponsoring and co-sponsoring worthwhile academic and co-curricular events.

Senior Fellows will be invited to attend Honors College events both on and off campus plus weekly Honors Cafés at the Honors College Residential Hall in order to interact with students under the leadership of the Dean of the Honors College. (Attendance at least one Honors Café per month is strongly suggested; attendance at Honors-sponsored events is encouraged as it is practicable for the individual Fellow.) Fellows may be asked to speak at such gatherings, and/or to offer students shadowing or internship opportunities. Senior Fellows (approximately 30 in number) will be appointed by the President for a renewable term of two years. NSU faculty members will receive credit on their faculty evaluations commensurate with their service; preference will be given to faculty who are currently teaching Honors courses, have taught such courses, or are willing to teach them in the future.


Posted by: Honors College
NSU Baseball Showcase Camp Set for Aug. 5-6

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

The Norfolk State University baseball program will host its annual High School and Junior College Showcase Camp on Aug. 5-6 at Marty L. Miller Field.
 
The camp is open to rising ninth through 12th graders and all current junior college players. The showcase runs from 5:30-9 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 5, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 6. Day 1 will consist of a pro-style workout scouting combine. Each individual will have an opportunity to run the 60-yard dash, conduct drills at a primary position and hit. 
 
Day 2 will give campers the ability to showcase their talents in a game setting. Each camper will be assigned a team and a game time where they will showcase their ability in their primary position. After each team completes their game, the coaches will provide them with an individual evaluation.
 
The cost for the High School and Junior College Showcase is $150 if registered by July 24, or $175 after July 24. The cost includes a T-shirt and individual written evaluation.
 
For more information or to register, log onto www.nsubaseballcamps.com
 


Posted by: Athletics
WNSB’s ‘Hampton Roads Voices’ to Feature New Norfolk Mayor and New Norfolk School Board Chair

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

WNSB telephone lines will open again on Friday, July 22, to hear the voices of Hampton Roads as they participate in a discussion with Norfolk’s new Mayor, Kenneth Cooper Alexander, and Norfolk Public Schools Board Chair Rodney Jordan. The conversation will hinge on partnerships between the City of Norfolk and Norfolk Public Schools.
 
 Hampton Roads Voices, which airs Fridays from 5-7 p.m., debuted two weeks ago as a special edition. All calls will be screened with a 5-second delay. To join in the discussion, call 757-823-9672. 
 
You can tune into 91.1 FM and listen live by clicking here.


Posted by: WNSB