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NSU seniors give advice to incoming freshman

Published 3/29/18

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Ciarra Hankins, TNE Writer

As college seniors are finishing up their college career, high school seniors are preparing to start their college journey. Graduating college seniors and graduating high seniors are preparing to take on a stage of life that could be filled with many unknowns. Various college seniors were asked what advice they would give to incoming freshmen. Here are some of their responses.

NSU housing re-applications open

Published 3/29/18

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Jalen Porter, TNE Writer

NSU housing gives students a place to stay on campus. Students can benefit from aspects of on campus living such as proximity to campus resources and classes, community with other students and the cost of on campus living. Additional benefits include on-site security through housing staff and campus police and living/learning programming designed to support each student's academic goals as well as life learning skills.

Rookie Bridge Camp registration is now open

Published 3/14/18

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Caleb Eutsler, TNE Writer

Rookie Bridge Camp is a freshman orientation camp that is offered in August for incoming freshman. It is designed to help the with the transition from high school to college. With leadership activities, the two day camp helps new students meet current students and helps engage them on campus after RBC. Registration is now open to high school students. They can sign up for the energetic transition online.

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