Tag Archives: college scholarships

New G.W.C. Brown Hall Opens

Last month, university officials, honored guests, community members, government officials and members of the G.W.C. Brown family were on hand for the ribbon cutting of the G.W.C. Brown Memorial Hall Replacement Building. The 154,000 square foot building houses futuristic classrooms, a new performing arts theatre and offices. The building is the new home for the […]

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Freshmen Move-in Day is a Soaker

It was all hands on deck at Norfolk State August 12, when more than 1,000 freshmen moved on campus to begin the fall academic year. Under heavy clouds and sometimes torrential downpours, new students, parents, siblings and other family members donned yellow rain parkas and other rain gear and dragged, rolled or pulled in their […]

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University Advancement New Hires . . .

The Division of University Advancement has added two new team members in the Office of Development. “With the addition of these seasoned fundraisers, we have expanded the University’s landscape for fundraising,” said Dr. Deborah C. Fontaine, vice president for university advancement. Joshua Bowerman is the executive director of development. Most recently, he served as the […]

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News From Academic Affairs

The Division of Academic Affairs welcomes: Glenn R. Carrington as the dean of the School of Business. Carrington comes to NSU with over 36 years of private practice and federal government experience. Over half of his career has been spent as a partner/principal with major accounting firms which include Arthur Andersen where he served as the […]

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UNCF Announces Inaugural Capstone Program Awardees

Thirty-seven recent college graduates were announced as inaugural recipients of the UNCF Achievement Capstone Program, each receiving a $2,500 award to pay an unmet undergraduate balance or finance an advanced degree. The new program, administered by UNCF and underwritten by the National Achievement® Scholarship Program, conducted by National Merit Scholarship Corporation, honors and grants financial […]

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Victory Aids Harding Endowed Scholarship Effort

Dr. James M. Victory ’77,’85 credits a lot of his professional success to Norfolk State University. So it seemed only fitting that he would enable the Estherine J. Harding Endowed Scholarship fund to reach its $10,000 fundraising goal. Dr. Victory, who served as the keynote speaker at the scholarship’s 10th annual fundraiser, presented the committee […]

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Presidential Internship Program Seeks Applicants

If you’re interested in gaining valuable administration experience, developing relationships with senior university administrators at Norfolk State and earning money to support your academic pursuits, a presidential internship may just be the ticket. Stop by Career Services, located in the Student Services Center, Suite 307, and pick up an application for the Presidential Internship program. The application deadline […]

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NSU Launches Spartan Family Plan Initiative

Got a brother or sister at NSU or planning to attend? You and your family members may be eligible for an adjustment to your tuition. In an effort to increase its outreach and provide a high-quality education to even more students, Norfolk State has created the Spartan Family Plan, a new initiative that provides an affordable […]

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Presidential Internship Program is a Win-Win For Students & Staff

You may have had one of these students work in your office at Norfolk State. Or, seen them hustling from job assignment to class and then back to work. In the professional world, diverse employers may have had the opportunity to hire one of these students after graduation. No matter the case, students in the […]

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