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Customer Satisfaction Survey

An ongoing Customer Satisfaction Survey is available University-wide. The survey instrument will be used broadly to measure the interactions of multiple stakeholders (internal and external), and to enhance the quality of customer service.  Suggestions and accolades are also welcome. The Customer Satisfaction Survey can be accessed electronically at https://surveys.nsu.edu/index.php/747349/lang-en.

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NSU Celebrates Founders Week

Norfolk State University officials are preparing to celebrate the 82nd anniversary of the University’s founding with a week of activities from  September 18 – 22. Mark your calendars for the following events and save the dates: Birthday Party — Mon., September 18; 12-2 p.m. — Student Center Lobby. Includes birthday cake, a photo booth and a jazz […]

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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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NSU Police Hold Swearing-In Ceremony

The Norfolk State University Police Department recently hosted a swearing-in ceremony for eight new officers who joined the ranks of NSU’s finest. NSU Vice President for Finance and Administration  Gerald Hunter provided words of encouragement for the new officers and conducted the pinning ceremony. The eight new officers sworn-in included Deputy Chief Derrick Boyd; Sgt. Sean […]

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Blackboard Collaborate: Is It More Than a Course Tool?

Dr. Dorothy L. R. Jones, dean of the School of Extended Learning and Director for the Office of Faculty Development, and Shelley T. Scott-Johnson, online student/faculty support specialist, have been selected to conduct a presentation that answers the question about Blackboard . . . is it more than a course tool? Their presentation is part […]

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Commonwealth’s Secretary of Education to Speak to Graduates

Virginia Secretary of Education Dietra Trent will be the commencement speaker for Norfolk State University’s December 10 ceremony, which will be held on campus at Joseph G. Echols Hall. Trent will deliver the keynote address during the University’s fall commencement ceremony which is scheduled for 10 a.m. Nearly 600 students are expected to earn their college degrees. […]

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A Worthy Cause . . .

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University News & Notes . . .

Annual Quotes for Education Program Raises Scholarship Funds for HBCU Students  Alumni and supporters of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are encouraged to protect the legacy of HBCUs and their students by participating in the company’s annual Quotes for Education (QFE) program. In its eighth year, Allstate will donate up to $250,000 in scholarship […]

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NSU Continues to Touch Lives . . .

By: Jenice Coffey, NSU Office of Information Technology  A short story to brighten your day: Our day started off with the usual . . . another day of drying off after the after effects of Hurricane Matthew, a 5:45 a.m. alarm to get up, morning coffee, chit-chat and a mad dash around the house trying to […]

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