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It's not too late to submit the name of a worthy student for the President's 64

Just a friendly reminder... Nominations for The President's 64 class of 2015-2016 are still open...

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It's not too late to submit the name of a worthy student for the President's 64

Just a friendly reminder... Nominations for The President's 64 class of 2015-2016 are still open. If you know a student who goes above and beyond and has a strong sense of Shark Pride, please recommend him/her for the President's 64.

The President's 64 is an elite body of student leaders whose purpose is to strengthen the relationship between Nova Southeastern University and its community. Members of The President's 64 provide targeted feedback to the President, and serve as student ambassadors and representatives at University events.

Selection is based on nomination only. NSU staff and faculty members may elect to nominate an NSU student by completing the President's 64 Nomination Form or submitting a letter of recommendation stating why the student should be considered to presidents64@nova.edu.

For more information, please visit The President's 64 website, or send email to presidents64@nova.edu.

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