Norfolk State Universityis the University of Choice<br />By Yolanda Heath<br />CSC 200-03<br />
Table of Contents<br />Mission Statement<br />Type of school<br />NSU Admission Requirements<br />Financial Aide<br />Housing Facilities<br />Student Body<br />Male to Female ratio<br />Student/Teacher ratio<br />Student Organization<br />Schools<br />Liberal Arts<br />Mass Communications<br />Mass Communications Classes<br />Mass Communication Student Organizations<br />BEHOLD THE GREEN AND GOLD<br />12/5/2007<br />Yolanda Heath <br />2<br />
Norfolk State University’s Mission is to provide an affordable, high-quality education for an ethnically and culturally diverse student population, equipping them with the capability to become productive citizens who continuously contribute to a global and rapidly changing society. <br />12/5/2007<br />Yolanda Heath <br />3<br />Mission Statement<br />
Type of School<br />Public University<br />Four year<br />Coed<br />Percent of admitted applicants: 71%<br />Regionally accredited<br />Sothern Association of Colleges and Schools<br />College Board member<br />Historically Black<br />12/5/2007<br />Yolanda Heath <br />4<br />
NSU Administration Requirements<br />Application Fee: $25.00<br />Required testing: ACT or SAT<br />If ACT is submitted writing is optional<br />Recommendations<br />Standardized test scores<br />Academic GPA (Grade Point Average)<br />Also Considered<br />Character/ Personality qualities<br />Application essay<br />Extracurricular activities<br />Interview<br />Talent/ Abilities<br />12/5/2007<br />Yolanda Heath <br />5<br />
Financial Aide<br />Cost per Credit hour<br />In State: $235<br />Out of State: $599<br />Scholarships<br />Work Study<br />Loans<br />Grants<br />But You MUST fill out FAFSA forms<br />12/5/2007<br />Yolanda Heath <br />6<br />
Mission Statement<br />The Office of Residence Life & Housing seeks to create a living and learning environment that both challenges and supports the personal, social, cultural, and academic development of Norfolk State University students housed in campus residential hall facilities by providing safe, clean and well-maintained facilities to sustain an environment conducive to learning and enhancing personal growth<br />Residence Halls<br />Babbette Smith South<br />Babbette Smith North<br />Spartan Suites<br />Mid-Rise<br />Charles Smith<br />Lee Smith<br />Rosa Alexander<br />Phyllis Wheatly<br />Samuel Scott <br />12/5/2007<br />Yolanda Heath <br />7<br />Housing Facilities<br />
200 Plus Men August 24, 2006, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. August 22, 2006, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society October 4, 2006, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. August 18, 2006, Association for Computer Mach. October 9, 2006, Athletes in Action August 28, 2006 11/08, Baptist Student Union August 2, 2006, Biology Society October 27, 2006, Caribbean Students Association September 15, 2006, Cheerleaders August 17, 2006, Chi Alpha Campus Ministries July 13, 2006, Chi Eta Phi August 23, 2006, Concert Choir November 29, 2006, Dance Theatre September 8, 2006, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. August 23, 2006, DNIMAS Student Association October 11, 2006, Finance & Banking Association October 11, 2006, G.I.S.E.T. (Girls in Sci.Eng. & Tech. ) August 24, 2006, Golden Key Honour Society September 13, 2006, Gospel Choir/Voices of Inspiration November 28, 2006, Grace Campus Ministry August 18, 2006, Graduate Student Association September 14, 2006, Habitat for Humanity September 13, 2006, International Student Organization September 08, 2006, Institute of Electrical & Electronics Eng. September 20, 2006, Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. August 11, 2006, Junior Class September 25, 2006, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. August 14, 2006, Kappa Kappa Psi September 7, 2006, LEGASI September 25, 2006, Mass Communications Student Assoc. September 27, 2006, NAACP August 24, 2006, National Broadcasting Society September 15, 2006, National Pan-Hellenic Council October 11, 2006, National Society of Black Engineers September 29, 2006, National Society of Minorities in Hos. September 20, 2006, National Society of Pershing Angels September 28, 2006, National Society of Pershing Rifles August 21, 2006, Nursing Honor Society October 11, 2006, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. August 15, 2006, Optical Society of America September 26, 2006, Phi Beta Sigma August 28, 2006, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia of America September 15, 2006, Pi Sigma Epsilon September 29, 2006, Political Science Association September 12, 2006, Pre-Alumni Club August 23, 2006, Psychology Club October 9, 2006, Residence Life Association September 25, 2006, Senior Class August 21, 2006, Sigma Gamma Rho August 18, 2006. Society for Advancement of Management November 9, 2006. Society of Physics Students October 9, 2006. Sociology Club September 21, 2006. Sophomore Class September 13, 2006, Spanish Club September 5, 2006, Spartan Echo Newspaper In Progress Spartan Legion Marching Band November 8, 2006, Spartan Reflections Yearbook In Progress Student Ambassadors July 31, 2006, Student Athlete Advisory Com. September 13, 2006, Student Government Association August 21, 2006, Student Nurses Association November 30, 2006, Student Va. Education Association October 27, 2006, Tau Beta Sigma August 24, 2006, Veterans Club September 28, 2006, Whitney Young Social Work Club October 5, 2006, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. August 30, 2006<br />12/5/2007<br />Yolanda Heath <br />11<br />Student organization<br />
The mission of the Department of Mass Communications and Journalism is to advance the academic, professional and personal development of undergraduate and graduate students, alumni and media practitioners through select programs of teaching, research and public service that combine strong liberal arts and science studies with professional preparation for the media. The goal of the department is to produce graduates who meet high standards of performance in gathering, selecting, interpreting and disseminating information that may determine the agenda of public discussion.<br />12/5/2007<br />Yolanda Heath <br />14<br />Mass Communications<br />
12/5/2007<br />Yolanda Heath <br />15<br />Mass Communication Classes<br />Law and Mass Communications<br />Introduction to Media Writing<br />History and Appreciation of Motion Pictures<br />Contemporary Issues and Special Problems in Mass Communications<br />Broadcast/Cable Programming<br />Internet and Web page Design<br />Society and Mass Communications<br />Broadcast and Film Criticism<br />History of Mass Communications<br />Television Directing<br />Television Production<br />
BEHLD THE GREEN AND GOLD<br /> My name is Yolanda Heath. I currently reside in Highland Springs, VA. I came to Norfolk State University to further my education. I chose Mass Communications because I enjoy the field. I have a passion for entertainment and news, furthermore I strongly encourage you to place interest in Mass Communications. It is a wonderful major with plenty of opportunities. You get the chance to work with lots of equipment and work hands on in the entertainment industry. <br />12/5/2007<br />Yolanda Heath <br />17<br />
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