Diversity Student Council is a student-run organization within the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Office. The mission of the Diversity Student Council is to create a positive, educational, and inclusive experience for all constituents at Nova Southeastern University. Through programs, trainings, events, the Diversity Student Council strives to educate the NSU community so that they may be global citizens upon graduation.
Asian Student AssociationOur goal is to provide the AAPI community at NSU with a social and academic support network. In addition, we hope to unite students of all races and nationalities with an aim to spread awareness of the different cultures and ethnic values among our peers.
Black Student UnionBSU is an organization founded for the purpose of providing a social and service outlet for the students of NSU as well as creating a stronger relationship between the community and student body. Our mission is to incite activism, increase cultural awareness and promote positive social interaction for Black students and all students Nova. BSU is an organization that provides service and social opportunities for all students. We aim to increase interaction between all students through and social forums and activities. We are dedicated to serving our school and community, excelling academically, and, having a great time doing it!
Black-American ForumWe have two target audiences, our campus community, and the surrounding Broward County area. Black AF is an organization that specializes in uplifting and educating the student body on an array of issues and inventions that stem from all forms of Black culture. We are dedicated to advancing and expanding racial justice, gender equality, and the understanding of all human rights, both in the U.S. and internationally. We are a social justice focused student group on campus with a goal to help low income African American communities in the surrounding area by having a focus each year such as housing & food insecurity, school readiness, identity issues/awareness, and youth mentoring.
Caribbean Student Organization (CSA)Our motto is "divided by waters, united by culture"; this means that though we are from different islands in the Caribbean we are all one. We strive to offer NSU students a home away from home
Chabad at NSUChabad at NSU is your home away from home; a place where Jewish students come to be inspired, eat homemade meals, and grow in their Judaism. We provide weekly shabbat meals, holiday services, one on one learning, challah bakes, BBQs, lunch and learns, and so much more!
Fellowship of Christian Optometrists (FCO) InternationalThe Fellowship of Christian Optometrists (FCO) International helps optometrists become established in the type of mission work that combines eye care and the furtherance of the gospel of Jesus Christ, both in the workplace and on mission fields around the world. We desire to promote and maintain fellowship among optometrists, while creating an environment for spiritual growth. Our aim is to establish, maintain, and operate educational training programs and clinics in optometry and allied ophthalmic fields for students and those who are members of, or affiliated with, FCO International.
Filipino Student AssociationMabuhay! Filipino Student Association (FSA)'s purpose is to promote the culture, heritage, and unity of Filipino peoples. We want to educate, empower, and create a community! Anyone is welcome to join FSA! Our goals are to showcase and share Filipino culture to all, promote diversity around campus, and foster a Pamilya (family). FSA is a safe social space where people from all different kinds of backgrounds can learn and grow.
Greenhouse Campus MinistryThe purpose of Greenhouse Campus Ministry (GCM), is to establish an on campus faith-based community that enables students to grow in their relationship with God and their peers. Our objective is to help ordinary people become passionate followers of Jesus Christ. Greenhouse Campus Ministry (GCM) membership shall be open to all Nova Southeastern University students. Greenhouse Campus Ministry (GCM) shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, handicap, age, sexual orientation, or political and religious affiliation in any of its policies, procedures, or practices.
Hallyu Club and Dance TeamWe created this organization with the intention of being more than just a K-pop club. Our goal was to create an organization for those who are interested in any aspect of the Korean culture. With that being said we decided to divide the group into 2 sections. One section, the Hallyu Club, focuses on Korean culture, cuisine, fashion, skincare, films, and just about anything that is related to the Korean culture. The second half, the Dance Team, focuses more on the K-pop music and dance aspect. The dance team portion of the organization does covers of famous K-pop groups dances as well as creating their own choreography too. We will be encouraging students to be more physically active by joining our dance team portion of the organization and hosting workshops open to the entire university.
Hillel of Broward and Palm BeachThe largest Jewish campus organization in the world, Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life provides opportunities for Jewish students at more than 500 colleges and universities to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity through its global network of regional centers, campus Foundations and Hillel student organizations. Hillel is working to provoke a renaissance of Jewish life. Hillel's mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Hillel student leaders, professionals and lay leaders are dedicated to creating a pluralistic, welcoming and inclusive environment for Jewish college students, where they are encouraged to grow intellectually, spiritually and socially. Hillel helps students find a balance in being distinctively Jewish and universally human by encouraging them to pursue tzedek (social justice), tikkun olam (repairing the world) and Jewish learning, and to support Israel and global Jewish peoplehood. Hillel is committed to excellence, innovation, accountability and results. We look forward to seeing YOU in our events! :)
Hispanic Psychological Student Organization & Mentoring ProgramHPSO was created to provide NSU College of Psychology graduate students with the opportunity to work as mentors for adolescents or young adults within the university and the community. The program will provide graduate students with extended experience in working as mentors of undergraduate psychology students, while shaping their own leadership skills and providing a much-needed service as role models for their younger peers.
Jewish Association of Health and Medical StudentsWe are an HPD-wide club that allows students of any faith to join and learn about Jewish Culture and engage with one another. WE have weekly lunch and learn meetings and also bring in speakers such as Dr. Miami and Holocaust survivors.
Liberty in North KoreaOur goal is to help the North Korean refugees and change the narrative of North Korea on our campus and within our fort Lauderdale community.
Magical Individuals Spiritually TrainedWelcome to Magical Individuals Spiritually Trained! Otherwise known as M.I.S.T. We are the all religions welcome, spiritual and occult safe space club on campus. Regardless of your religion, or the stigmas surrounding your practice, all students are welcome to join us in learning about spirituality, expressing their beliefs with open-minded individuals, and just having a good time! People who are new to spirituality have a lot to gain from this club as we're dedicated to not only creating a safe space for spirituality but also learning about spirituality together and helping people find their paths.
We are a great resource for all kinds of spirituality here at Nova! We are in touch with Practioners from different denominations and we have a google drive available for our members full of spiritual resources :)
Middle Eastern and North African Student AssociationThe MENA Student Association strives to provide a non-sectarian environment where students have the chance to interact with each other and other communities at NSU. We aim to represent Middle Eastern and North African culture by promoting an inclusive vision of the region. We plan to organize various social and cultural events where everyone is welcomed throughout the year in order to achieve this goal and to maintain a sense of university wide community.
Muslim Association of Students in Healthcare KPCOMWe are a faith-based organization dedicated to promoting both the wellbeing in spirituality and professionalism of the students in the health profession. We intend to accomplish this goal by promoting the Islamic faith through activism, dedicated service, high moral principles and academic excellence. Our many events include health screenings, social gatherings for members, volunteer/service events and contributing to the development of an interfaith dialogue in the hopes of creating an understanding of the role of spirituality in the health professions. For our Muslim members, we offer regular Friday prayers, a platform to establish a congregation for daily prayers, and iftaar (breaking of the fast) during select fasting days.
NSU BhangraThis student organization aims to promote diversity within the community by introducing students to the colorful heritage of India and the state of Punjab through the traditional folk dance of Bhangra.
NSU Catholic LifeCatholic L.I.F.E. of NSU is the presence of the Catholic church on campus and a place that fosters multi-faceted individual growth while building unity and community at NSU.
NSU Muslim Student AssociationThe NSU Muslim Student Association is a student run, theological organization with a mission to unite and provide a safe haven for the Muslim student population at Nova Southeastern University and in the community, as well as provide a platform to dispel misconceptions and teach others about what Islam truly stands for.
One Eighty Campus MinistryOne Eighty is an inter-denominational Christian organization that exists to ignite a passion for Jesus at Nova Southeastern University. We offer weekly Bible studies, small groups, service opportunities, outreach events and more. Come check us out!
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Pakistani Student AssociationPSA is a multicultural club at NSU which looks to unite the students of Pak-Indian descent and share the cultural values of the Pakistani Society with the NSU community!
Saudi Student AssociationTo reflect a real-time image of the rich and diverse hisotry and culture of Saudi Arabia through its tow holidays and Saudi National Day events. To provide fellowship among students and faculty on one hand; and strengthen social relationship between.
South Asian Students AssociationThis organization is founded based on two main pillars, representation and inclusion. We are starting this so that is a body that represents all South Asian undergraduate students. Service and education are two of the objectives for this club.
Spanish ClubThis organization has been established to promote the Spanish language and create an awareness and appreciation of Hispanic culture. The organization is open to all students interested in learning more about Hispanic culture and practicing or improving their Spanish language skills.
UNIONUnion at NSU is an organization dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming place for sexual/gender minority students, as well as their allies. We work to further educate NSU students and faculty about the LGBTQ+ community, as well as to continually work in whatever ways we can to make the world a better place for people belonging to the LGBTQ+ community.
Athlete Ally believes that everyone should have equal access, opportunity, and experience in sports — regardless of your sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. Our mission is to end the rampant homophobia and transphobia in sport and to activate the athletic community to exercise their leadership to champion LGBTQI+ equality.
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