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The Office Of Student Services

The Office of Student Services offers NSU Law Students support to enhance their educational experience.

The Office of Student Services acts as a liaison among students, faculty and administrators.

The Office of Student Services also acts as a liaison between students and additional university support services such as Financial Aid, The Office for Students with Disabilities, and Technology Services.

Our services include:

• Academic and personal advising and guidance - Curriculum Mapping Guide
• Graduation Reviews
• Record Verification
• Scheduling and administering exams
• Scheduling and administering registration
• Assistance with bar application, eligibility, and admission requirements
• Advising for the Student Bar Association Council and other student organizations

The Office of Student Services also coordinates and plans law school events such as Orientation, Honors Banquet, student receptions, assists with Commencement and informational, time management and mindfulness workshops and events.

We are here to answer your questions.

STUDENT HANDBOOK

NSU Core Values

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE Academic excellence is the provision of the highest quality educational and learning
experiences made possible by academically and professionally qualified and skilled instructional faculty and
staff, opportunities for contextual learning, state-of-the-art facilities, beautiful surroundings, and effective
resources necessary to support learning at the highest level. Additionally, academic excellence reflects the
successful relationship between engaged learners and outstanding instructional faculty and staff.

STUDENT CENTERED Students are the focus of institutional priorities, resource decisions, and planning. We
are stewards of student needs and advocates for student academic success and professional development.

INTEGRITY Integrity involves honesty and fairness, consistency in instruction, ethics of scholarship, freedom
of inquiry, and open and truthful engagement with the community through effective communication, policies
and practices.

SCHOLARSHIP/RESEARCH Research and scholarship products are disseminated and evaluated through
intellectual discourse, application, assessment, and other mechanisms of the relevant peer community.

DIVERSITY Diversity includes, but is not limited to, race, ethnicity, culture, religion, philosophy, gender,
physical traits, socioeconomic status, age, and sexual orientation. Differences in views, interpretations, and
reactions derived from diversity are important. Diversity enriches a learning environment focused on preparing
individuals to live and work in a global society.

OPPORTUNITY Opportunity fosters the possibility for anyone associated with NSU to acquire an education
or an educational experience through creative, yet sound, pedagogical programs.

INNOVATION Innovation is the creative and deliberate application of teaching, research, scholarship, and
service for effective education, and the development of useful products or processes providing a value added
to the community.

COMMUNITY NSU is a community of faculty and staff members, students, and alumni who share a common
identity and purpose. Our community extends into professional, intellectual, and geographical domains that
both support and are the focus of our educational mission.

ADVISORS HANDBOOK

Excellent legal education is the first priority of NSU. In support of that priority, it is the mission of academic advising at NSU to carefully guide students in formulating educational plans and to assist and support students in achieving their academic, career-related and personal goals at the Shepard Broad College of Law

 

CODE OF ACADEMIC REGULATIONS

This code governs academic requirements, graduation requirements, and certain student rights and responsibilities. Other sections of the College of Law website contain useful information, such as course prerequisites and class schedules.

ACADEMIC DISCIPLINARY PROCESS RULES

Unless preempted by the NSU Student Disciplinary Process handled by the NSU Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs, the Academic Disciplinary Process (ADP) set forth herein shall be used to adjudicate complaints alleging violations by College of Law students of the NSU Code of Student Conduct and Academic Regulations, as augmented by the College of Law’s Supplemental Academic Conduct Standards (collectively, “The Code”).

NSU DRUG FREE CAMPUS POLICY

The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act and the Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR) Part 86, requires Nova Southeastern University to distribute the University’s policy on alcohol and controlled substances to all students. This policy applies to all school, campus and field-based programs.

Nova Southeastern University has been actively supporting service members and their families for more than 40 years. NSU is committed to assisting veterans in taking advantage of their educational benefits and providing them and their families with opportunities for educational and career growth. 

NSU has a dedicated Veterans Benefits team. Please visit for more details on how they can assist you to reach your goals.

NSU Veterans Benefits

To request student accommodations, please contact Nova Southeastern University’s Office of Student Disability Services at 1-800-541-6682, extension 27185 or disabilityservices@nova.edu

Meet Our Team

Michele Struffolino

Associate Dean of Students and Professor of Law
Email: ms2172@nova.edu
Phone: 954-262-6095

Lynn Acosta

Assistant Dean of Student Services
Email: lynn@nova.edu
Phone: 954-262-6127

Patricia Marsh Hill 

Assistant Director of Student Services
Email: marshhil@nova.edu
Phone: 954-262-6131

Natalia Enfort

Graduation & Records Advisor
Email: enfort@nova.edu
Phone: 954-262-6146

Dominique Britt

Administrative Coordinator
Email: db904@nova.edu
Phone: 954-262-6128

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