Dear Spartans, On behalf of the Division of Student Affairs (DSA), we are pleased that you have selected Norfolk State University as your institution of choice to pursue higher education. As a student at NSU, you will embark on a journey that will be marked by a challenging academic experience enriched by a supportive network of administrators, faculty, staff and peers.
The DSA supports the mission of NSU by collaborating with the campus community as integrated partners to foster a community that engages students both in and outside of the classroom. As a student-centered office, we strive to offer innovative services to meet students where they are.
As a responsible citizen in the Spartan community, I encourage you to become familiar with the information contained within this site and the services offered by the departments in the DSA. It is our hope that each of you actively pursues and are fully immersed into these diverse opportunities. If there is anything we can do to help you succeed during your tenure here, please let us know. BEHOLD, the Green and Gold!!
Norfolk State University's ability to investigate a hazing incident, enforce the University’s values and expectations, and protect the interests of students depends upon the accuracy and specificity of the information provided in this report. You have the option to submit this report anonymously and you are encouraged to provide as much detail as possible. You may file online toReport a Hazing Incident.
If you feel that someone is in immediate danger, please contact the Norfolk State University Police Department at (757) 823-8102.
President Moore's satellite office on the third floor of the Student Center is officially open. Students can request to meet with President Moore at his office during scheduled office hours by completing the Student Appointment Request Form. Please provide all pertinent information for full consideration. Incomplete requests will not be considered. A response will be provided within 48 hours.