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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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Course Evaluation

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Students, 


Please take advantage of this opportunity to provide feedback about your courses. The Mini-Term A & C course evaluation period will open midnight tonight, February 23rd and close midnight Saturday, March 4th.  



Posted by: School of Extended Learning/NSU Online
Fifth Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium Happening Thursday, March 23, 2017

Thursday, February 23, 2017

The Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS) will be held from 9:00 AM to 12:30 P.M. on Thursday, March 23, in the Lyman Beecher Brooks Library at Norfolk State University. The URS committee is honored to have Dr. Roosevelt Montás, lecturer at Columbia University, give this year’s keynote address on “Frederick Douglass: Literacy, Freedom, Power” at Noon. There is still space for additional faculty judges and moderators; contact Dr. Karen Holmes, at kyholmes@nsu.edu, today to sign up. Further, moderators and reviewers only need to remain onsite until adjudicating for the symposium is completed. Please direct questions and concerns about this event to Dr. Holmes.   



Posted by: Lyman Beecher Brooks Library
WNSB’s Hot 91 Celebrates The Positive Achievements of African American Youth on the next Hampton Roads Voices

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Legendary singer, Whitney Houston said it best: “I believe the children are our future, teach them well and let them lead the way”. That very sentiment will be the prominent theme for this week’s episode of Hampton Roads Voices.

 

Our guest experts for Black Youth Empowered will include Youth Pastor Anthony M. Olds Jr. who is also the founder of The Journey to Peace and Richard A. Love, Program Coordinator for Teens With A Purpose Movement.

 

Throughout the show, host DJ Illmatic Beats and expert guests will discuss the importance of encouraging our youth to reach their full potential, share information about youth programs in the area, and highlight extraordinary children who are excelling in business, community involvement, and more!

 

 

Hampton Roads Voices: Black Youth Empowered airs on Friday, February 24th, 2017 from 5pm-7pm live on 91.1 FM or here. Phone lines open promptly at show time and we invite all listeners of all ages to participate in the dialogue – 757.823.9110. 



Posted by: WNSB
Spring 2017 EWC Writing Workshops

Thursday, February 23, 2017

If you need to brush up on your writing skills before you take the EWC, then attend the workshops we have designed to meet your needs.

When:  Friday, February 24, 2017 – 2-3 p.m.

            Saturday, February 25, 2017 – 10 a.m.-noon

Where:  Nursing Gen Ed Bldg, Room 106

For more information, contact Mr. Michael Cotter at mcotter@nsu.edu (757) 823-2836 or the Department of English and Foreign Languages at (757) 823-8891.


Posted by: English and Foreign Languages
2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium Registration Deadline is March 1

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

All NSU students are invited to exhibit their research through oral or poster presentation at this year’s undergraduate research symposium on March 23. To register for the symposium submit an abstract through http://cset.nsu.edu/conference/URCS/registration.php  by Wednesday, March 1. In celebration of the fifth year of the conference, students may now present a “Work in Progress" or (WIP) during a special session. This option is for students who are currently working on a research project that will not be completed in time for the symposium and that are planning to present their research elsewhere. If you have any questions or concerns, contact Dr. Karen Holmes at kyholmes@nsu.edu.  



Posted by: Lyman Beecher Brooks Library
2017 Administrators, Faculty and Staff Campaign

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Greetings Colleagues!

It's that time of the year again, It's time for our annual Administrators, Faculty and Staff Campaign. If you would like to participate in the 20 payroll deductions please request and submit your forms to Noelle Cook (Location: Melvin and Patricia Stith Alumni House) no later than Tuesday, February 28.

If you have any questions, please contact Noelle Cook at nncook@nsu.edu or (757) 823-2306.




Posted by: Alumni Relations and Annual Giving
Summer and Fall 2017 Registration Information

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

It's that time again.  Summer and Fall 2017 Registration for currently enrolled students will begin Monday, February 27, 2017, so start planning now for your upcoming semester classes.  Review your academic plan then set up time to meet with your advisers in advance to make sure you are selecting the most appropriate classes to meet your academic needs.

Norfolk State University is making your advising needs better by the use of E-Advising.  E-Advising is a web-based advising tool that allows students and advisors to monitor course selection more efficiently.  This convenient, paperless program will empower students to monitor their progress and forecast their course offering needs in advisor-approved courses only.  Records of questions or recommendations will be easily accessible.



Posted by: Office of the Registrar
SAP Workshop

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

 

THE INS AND OUTS OF SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS (SAP)

Student Center, Room 138B, 2–4 p.m

Learn how to successfully matriculate from an incoming NSU student to a graduating senior within four years.  In addition, we will give you information on how to get back on track if you get derailed.


Posted by: Financial Aid Office