A big part of an enjoyable, well-rounded college experience happens outside the classroom. Participating in student organizations gives you the opportunity to explore new interests and discover who you are.

Performers. Athletes. Future medical professionals. Community leaders. Artists. Student government officials. If you have talents and aspirations that you want to nurture, Nova Southeastern University is the place to grow.
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160+ clubs to choose from, including:

  • Fraternities and Sororities
  • Student Government
  • Intramural Sports
  • Mako Radio Campus Radio
  • Preprofessional Societies

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NSU's Mako Radio

NSU's Mako Radio is a unique, non-commercial, student-managed radio station that broadcasts live from 6 p.m. to midnight to the tri-county area on 88.5 FM. You can also catch us 24/7 online. Just visit Mako Radio to stream it live.

Looking for a Club?

Find your fit at Waves of Welcome.

If you’re wondering how you’d get involved as a student, it’s easy! There are many opportunities to connect with student organizations on campus, starting with your first week.

The fall semester starts with a popular event: Waves of Welcome (WOW). This is a chance for new Sharks to discover everything NSU has to offer. Colleges and 

student organizations hold sessions throughout the week, with topics ranging from career development to sports and recreation. Understanding every opportunity can help make your NSU experience even more enriching and memorable.

Learn How to Make NSU Yours


This event is the highlight of the Waves of Welcome. It features a student organization fair, performances, prizes, an activity booth and free food.

Three Reasons to Join a Club


Sharks are driven to make a positive impact on the world. Sometimes that means doing ground-breaking research. Other times that means getting out into the community and working toward solutions. NSU’s Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement offers plenty of student service organizations to help connect students with the community.

Why is community service important?

Ambassador Misha B. shares a student’s perspective on getting involved with community service at NSU.

Want to Make a Difference?

Be a positive force for good.

When Sharks work together, we make a big impact. That’s why throughout the year, we combine our efforts during Days of Service. During these days, Sharks serve a different community or social need. Past days have honored victims of 9/11, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Earth Day and even the NSU community.

Days of Service

When a Day of Service sparks a passion to do even more good, students participate in NSU’s Sharks and Service trips. These weekend or weeklong trips address social issues through meaningful volunteer work. Past trips have visited places like Key West, New Orleans and Jamaica, addressing issues like hurricane relief, immigration and food insecurity.

Sharks and Service Trips

Sharks and Service NSU organizations on campus

Three Reasons to Serve the Community

Ready to Get in the Game?

Check out our 17 NCAA DII teams.

Shark athletes are leaders on the field and in the classroom. They earn a 3.27 average GPA and serve the community in their spare time.

The experience they gain developing leadership, sportsmanship and teamwork serves them well long after graduation.

Do you have the drive to be a Shark Athlete? Our programs include men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, track and field, golf, soccer and swimming. We also offer women’s softball, rowing, tennis and volleyball—and men’s baseball.

Learn More about Shark Athletics

A Day in the Life of a Student Athlete

Malique E., eight-time NCAA DII All-American, shares what his typical day is like. Do you have the commitment to be a student athlete?


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