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NSU Spring Open House is this Saturday, March 28

One of the most impressive experiences at a college campus is when people from different disciplines come together for a common cause. Such is the case when NSU will welcome more than...

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NSU Spring Open House is this Saturday, March 28

One of the most impressive experiences at a college campus is when people from different disciplines come together for a common cause. Such is the case when NSU will welcome more than 2,000 prospective students and their families for our Spring Open House.

Student enrollment is vital to every university's future and we are excited about these students visiting NSU and getting the opportunity to see all that the university has to offer.

Thanks to all of you who continue to work diligently to recruit future Sharks. Remember, Open House will be held on Saturday, March 28 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm in the Don Taft University Center.

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What is being done to improve parking lot safety, particularly in several of the NSU garages?

Answer: Many of you have asked about parking lot safety.  As a result, we have engaged a consultant to study the issue and to provide us with recommendations.  We have already completed the following:  We have added several speed bumps in the middle of ramps (where speeds are highest) in order to slow vehicles.  We have also added lighting to darkened areas of the garages.  Additional safety features are under consideration.

I'm a Jacksonville SEC student.  Will you consider having a doctor onsite and/or medical services when needed?

Answer: Each Educational Center has a conveniently located, designated physician who accepts the student health insurance and waives co-pays.  It is not feasible to have a physician on-site.  If you require information about your site's designated physician, you should contact your local program administrator or a Student Affairs coordinator.

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