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Dissemination of Information

Please be reminded that mass dissemination of information—on and off campus—is subject to the University’s Dissemination of Public Information policy.

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.

See the full policy here

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Share the Warmth - Campus Coat Drive

Monday, December 05, 2016

Share the Warmth!

Do you have a coat around the house that you want to give away? Many people lack enough warm clothing to stay protected throughout the winter, and the money to buy that clothing. In an effort to give back to our community, the Office of Auxiliary Services would like you to donate a new or gently worn coat. Coats collected will be donated to the men, women and children of the Union Mission.

Bring your coat to the Office of Auxiliary Services located in the Harrison B. Wilson Administration Building, Suite 350. Coats will be collected until December 16, 2016. For more information contact Jaime Dennison at jrdennison@nsu.edu.

Join us in our continued commitment to the community by donating a coat!




Posted by: Office of Auxiliary Services
CommonHealth Weekly Wellnote- Picture of Ease

Monday, December 05, 2016

Good morning! 

You don’t have to paint like Picasso to benefit from drawing a picture or creating a collage.  Creating art may help to calm your stress – even if you’re not an artist.  Check out this week’s Wellnote for ideas on artistic ways to relax! De-stress and Enjoy!  

Make it a healthy week!
Brought to you by CommonHealth
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Posted by: Finance and Administration
Ms. Carolyn Trotter Passes Away

Monday, December 05, 2016

Ms. Carolyn Trotter passed away on Friday, December 2, 2016 due to her illness.  She worked for the Education Department before joining the Spartan Success Center (now the Dr. Patricia Lynch Stith Student Success Center) in 2012.

Ms. Trotter was an NSU alumna who was dedicated to her work and family.  Her presence will surely be missed by all who knew her.


Posted by: The Dr. Patricia Lynch Student Success Center
Holiday Extravaganza

Monday, December 05, 2016

There was music and singing, lights, crafts, pictures with good ol' Saint Nick and so much more at the Holiday Extravaganza. To see the fun, click here.

Posted by: Communications and Marketing
Regional Health Equity Council, Region III Meeting

Friday, December 02, 2016

The NSU Center in Minority Health Disparities will host the  Regional Health Equity Council meeting for region III. We invite you to participate in the “Health Disparities Community Listening Dialogue: Issues and Answers” event at Norfolk State University in Norfolk, VA, on December 9, from 9–11 a.m., in Nursing & General Education Building, Room 205.

During the Health Disparities Community Listening Dialogue, the Mid-Atlantic RHEC will facilitate a discussion on issues relevant to health equity and the reduction of health disparities in at-risk communities. This year the RHEC decided that it was vitally important to hear from key stakeholders, who provide expertise, resources and/or skills in the fight against health disparities and who share in our core values and beliefs.

We all must take action to reduce the root causes and social determinants associated with premature and preventable death and illnesses, and we invite you to be a part of this vital and impactful conversation.


Posted by: NSU Center in Minority Health Disparities
CommonHealth Weekly Wellnote- Preventing Overuse Injuries

Friday, December 02, 2016

Greetings Healthy NSU Campus: 

The human body is absolutely amazing and resilient and wonderfully designed. Exercising helps build stronger bones, tendons, muscles, and ligaments. However, when the physical stress of exercising overwhelms the body’s ability to recover or remodel, then damaging breakdown may occur. 

This week’s Wellnote explains how proper training, adequate rest, and good nutrition may prevent most overuse injuries.

Make it a healthy week! 

Brought to you by Virginia CommonHealth
www.commonhealth.virginia.gov |  www.dhrm.virginia.gov 



Posted by: Finance and Administration
Share the Warmth - Campus Coat Drive

Friday, December 02, 2016

Share the Warmth!

Do you have a coat around the house that you want to give away? Many people lack enough warm clothing to stay protected throughout the winter, and the money to buy that clothing. In an effort to give back to our community, the Office of Auxiliary Services would like you to donate a new or gently worn coat. Coats collected will be donated to the men, women and children of the Union Mission.

Bring your coat to the Office of Auxiliary Services located in the Harrison B. Wilson Administration Building, Suite 350. Coats will be collected until December 16, 2016. For more information contact Jaime Dennison at jrdennison@nsu.edu.

Join us in our continued commitment to the community by donating a coat!


Posted by: Office of Auxiliary Services
Respondus Best Practices

Thursday, December 01, 2016

ATTENTION STUDENTS!

When using Respondus with Monitor to take quizzes and exams, please note ALL audio and video are being recorded.  Remember, academic dishonesty is considered to be a serious violation and can include failure in the course and/or dismissal from the University.  Please follow the guidelines below when using Respondus with Monitor.

  1. DO NOT cover your face or the webcam.
  2. Your face should be visible at all times. DO NOT walk away from the computer.
  3. Take the exam in a quiet environment.
  4. Display professional and academic behaviors at all times.
  5. DO NOT hold sidebar conversations or repeat questions aloud.
  6. You should be the only person in the room.
  7. DO NOT look away from the computer screen.
  8. Avoid background noise as much as possible.

If you have questions pertaining to the use of Respondus, please contact your Instructor. 



Posted by: School of Extended Learning/NSU Online