STUDENT GIVING

Give to NSU

Give Now

Success Stories

Give Now

Donor Connection

Give Now

Students Make a Difference

It is no surprise that NSU was named to the U.S. President’s 2013 Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, or that NSU is 1 of only 37 higher educational institutions across the nation to earn designations for both High Research Activity and Community Engagement from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Students and faculty and staff members alike are devoted to NSU’s core value of community.

Click here to read stories of students who received scholarships funded by fellow student organization members.

Examples of how NSU students give back:

Engage in Community Service

Learn More

Be an Emerging Leader

Learn More

Fund a 2020 Legacy Scholarship

Read Stories

Regional Campus SGA

Learn More

Participate in SGA

Learn More

Give the Year(s) you Graduate

Learn More

NSU Community Service Points of Pride

  • NSU college students donate approximately 20,000 volunteer hours each year.
  • NSU sponsors or hosts 2,000 community events each year.
  • NSU’s 20 health care centers in Miami-Dade and Broward counties serve more than 250,000 patient visits each year. This includes 29,000 uninsured patients each year, 1,300 special-needs patients, 1,000 veterans, and numerous other underserved individuals.
  • NSU is the only private university campus that provides a home base for local Special Olympics operations.
  • NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center is a joint-use facility that serves NSU students, faculty and staff members, and Broward County residents.
  • NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale offers dynamic exhibitions and a comprehensive cultural education program.
  • Graduating classes from University School of NSU devote over 100,000 volunteer hours during their high school years.
  • NSU is one of Broward County’s top three largest private employers.
  • NSU has a $2.6-billion, annual economic impact on Florida with $1.9 billion concentrated in the tri-county region.