Grand Orientation

Grand Orientation

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Grand Orientation

Congratulations on your acceptance to Nova Southeastern University, and welcome to the Shark community!  This MANDATORY multiple day program leading up to the start of the Fall term is designed to assist students in making a smooth transition to the University and college life at NSU.  Students will get to meet other incoming students, as well as, current students, faculty, and staff.  The program is led by upperclass students trained to be orientation leaders, who serve in various leadership positions on campus.  Orientation Leaders serve as a personal resource to all incoming students, and can connect new students to areas of interest on campus.

Orientation is the foundation of your college experience.  It is our goal at the end of the program that all students feel prepared to begin their courses, know how to navigate NSU and have gained a sense of Shark Pride.  Each evening there will events for all incoming and returning NSU students.

GRAND ORIENTATION: WHAT TO KNOW

Daytime Freshman – August 22-23, 2014 at 9:00 a.m.
This two-day program is designed to assist students in making a smooth transition to the University and college life at NSU! Orientation is the foundation of your college experience. You will get to meet other incoming students, current students, faculty, and staff.

Transfer and Evening Students – August 21, 2014 at 4:30 p.m.
This evening program is designed to assist students in making a smooth transition to the University and college life at NSU! Orientation is the foundation of your college experience. You will get to meet other incoming students, current students, faculty, and staff.
 
Fort Lauderdale (Davie) Campus Entry Level Nursing Orientation – August 21, 2014 at 9:00 a.m.
This one-day program is designed to assist students in making a smooth transition to the University, the Entry Level Nursing Program, and college life at NSU! Orientation is the foundation of your college experience. You will get to meet other incoming students, current students, faculty, and staff.

Grand Orientation is free to attend for family and guests; however, pre-registration by students is required and there is a maximum of two attendees per student.