Welcome to Nova Southeastern University! As a future undergraduate student you will have access to all the benefits that NSU offers in a small, private university setting. With approximately 5,800 undergraduate students on campus, NSU offers undergraduate students the best of both worlds; the research libraries, computer center and extensive resources of a large university all with the personal attention of a small, private college. NSU is an amazing place to begin your life's journey. With more than 70 on-campus student organizations, a powerful student government, socially active fraternities and sororities, intramural sports, and NCAA Division II Athletics, NSU has all the elements of a classic, traditional college. But we've never been bound by tradition. And, maybe that's because we’re located in one of the most exciting, international places on Earth.
Nova Southeastern University offers more than 40 undergraduate majors, countless minors, and a competitive Dual Admissions Program. NSU offers undergraduate degrees through The College of Allied Health and Nursing, The Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences, The Fischler School of Education and Human Services, and The H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship.
For 2009 accepted Freshman, the average SAT score was 1042 and the average SAT score was 22. The average accepted freshman high school GPA was 3.61 and the average transfer GPA was 3.13.
Scholarship/Financial Aid: Nova Southeastern University has many Scholarship opportunities available. Learn more about our scholarships, grants and loans on our Financial Aid page: http://www.nova.edu/financialaid/
Green Programs: Yes
At NSU, we have implemented the following types of conservation technologies in our new and existing building design and construction efforts:
* High efficiency lighting systems
* High efficiency air conditioning systems
* Building automation computer systems
* Use of cost effective utility rates and conservation programs
* Make roofs, windows, walls of buildings more thermally efficient
In 2008, NSU adopted a Strategic Plan for Sustainability, which was developed in cooperation with NSU’s sustainability consultant, Se3D. For many years NSU has been practicing energy conservation, and to a lesser extent water conservation and recycling. In collaboration with our energy consultants, NSU has been able to expand its sustainability efforts to include renewable energy and resource management projects.
Recently, we have installed solar domestic water heaters in some of our residence halls and have started to use Photovoltaic systems to generate clean energy. Fleet management and sustainable landscaping have also been added to our sustainability portfolio.
Programs Offered: Criminal Justice, Education, Business, Art and Design, Health/Human Services, IT/Computer Science, Liberal Arts, Nursing/Allied Health, Science/Engineering, Other Majors
Additional Contact Information: (954) 262-8000
3301 College Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314
In the ninth annual competition, mostly at-risk minority high school students will analyze an MBA level business case and present recommendations in front of judges from corporate America and academia, including NSU business professors. Students are required to present a detailed strategy to capitalize on the opportunity that includes financial projections, implementation plans, timetables, exploration of risks, and industry impact. The teams are evaluated based on their understanding of the marketplace, feasibility and effectiveness of their recommendations, creativity, and the quality of their presentation.
The top three winning teams will be awarded thousands of dollars in scholarships. Since its inception in 2001, the competition has awarded more than $65,000 to students.
The teams will practice in the Carl DeSantis Building on NSU’s main campus on Friday, June 25. The first round of presentations will be held on Saturday, June 26, from 8 a.m. to noon in the Carl DeSantis Building. The final round of presentations will be held from 1 to 6 p.m. at the Epstein Center for the Arts at the University School on NSU’s main campus.
The Leaders of Tomorrow® Case Competition was launched by the National Black MBA Association to prove that high school students who might be considered at-risk could perform at an advanced level if given the training and resources and if the bar for excellence was set high. Previous universities to host the competition include the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.