NSU provides a wonderful opportunity for you to get to know and conduct research with your faculty members, who are experts and leaders in their fields. Participating in research will improve your critical thinking skills and better prepare you for graduate school and beyond. You'll gain a deeper connection with your studies and the process of discovery. Faculty-mentored research opportunities can be explored in any major and within your areas of interest.
Speak with your faculty members to discuss how you can get involved with research that fits your interests and the ExEL requirements.
What can you do with your research findings?
At NSU, your coursework will take you beyond the lecture hall and into STEM labs, the field, and performing and visual art studios and theatres, as well as our student media tv station, radio station, and newspaper. While you're engaging in hands-on learning and diving deeper into your major, these classes may count toward your ExEL requirements.
Speak with your academic advisor to identify applicable experiential coursework that matches your interests and degree program.
As an NSU undergraduate student, you may have big goals for your future career. College is the perfect time to gain the knowledge, contacts, and hands-on experience you'll need to secure the professional roles you seek after graduation. You can help meet your ExEL requirements by participating in professional development opportunities that will improve your confidence in the workplace, enhance your professional communication skills, and connect you with a network of working professionals in your field.
Speak with your faculty members, academic advisor, and the Career Development office to discuss the following professional development opportunities:
You can join this movement and make a positive impact, all while helping to fulfill your ExEL requirements. Discover ways to give back through face-to-face interactions or hands-on work that addresses a social need you're passionate about.
Contact NSU's Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement to discuss Community Engagement opportunities such as:
Service Learning - Put what you learn in the classroom into practice in a real-world setting.
Visit the office on International Affairs, located in the Horvitz Building, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss Travel Exploration options that meet your interests and degree completion requirements.