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Campus Announcements 2024



NSU Theatre Company Receives International Festival Selection and Sweeps National Kennedy Center Awards
The International Black Theatre Festival has selected the NSU Theatre Company’s production of Thoughts of a Colored Man, directed by Professor Anthony Stockard, for this year’s festival. This makes the fifth consecutive selection to the festival extending NSU’s previous historic status of the most consecutive university festival appearances from four to five.


Vote for the 2024-25 Common Reader
Norfolk State University’s common reader program seeks to foster a shared intellectual experience among all members of our university community, by choosing a thought-provoking book that promotes critical thinking, intellectual inquiry, engagement with different perspectives and supports our Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP).

Notice Regarding Changes to Tuition and Fees
The NSU Board of Visitors will consider proposed changes in the 2024–25 academic year for tuition, fees, room, and board for Norfolk State University at its May 3, 2024, Board of Visitors meeting. The Commonwealth of Virginia General Assembly has not finalized the State Budget for the upcoming fiscal year, resulting in Norfolk State submitting a range for consideration pending the outcome of the legislative budget process. 



SP3 Applications Due March 13
The deadline to apply to the Spartans Promise to Persist with Purpose (SP3) program is March 13 at 5 p.m.  The program runs from May 12 to June 27 and helps students to develop employable skills while paying them to learn.



Spartan Innovation Academy Spring Distribution
Spartan Innovation Academy will end iPad distribution on Friday, March 1, 2024, for students. Final email invitations are being sent to currently registered students this week.  Read the announcement for additional information. 

Retool Your School 2024 Challenge - Vote!
Retool Your School, powered by The Home Depot, encourages and recognizes improvement projects that contribute to HBCU campuses and their surrounding communities.


Free Digital News Access for NSU Students, Faculty & Staff
All students, faculty, and staff at Norfolk State University are eligible to receive free access to the content of several national news websites courtesy of the Lyman Beecher Brooks Library.