Relocation of Departments in the Division of Student Affairs
The Department of Veterans Affairs is now located in the Student Services Center, Suite 318.
The Department of Residence Life & Housing has relocated to the Student Services Center, Suite 308.
The Department of Student Support Services is now located in the James A. Bowser Building, Suite 112.
Thank you for your patience during our period of transition. We hope that these changes will provide a more efficient and quality customer service experience.
The Division of Student Affairs works collaboratively with faculty to foster a community that engages students in transformative learning experiences through co-curricular programming and services that maximize their potential both in and outside of the classroom.
The Division of Student Affairs will preserve the University’s rich traditions and history while offering innovative services to meet our students where they are. We will empower students to become globally recognized for their accomplishments in civic engagement, scholarship, advocacy and ethical standards by creating a culture of civility, leadership and individual responsibility.
We, the Division of Student Affairs, value our students, faculty and staff as integrated partners in the Norfolk State University Experience. We are committed to these values and believe that they will strengthen and enhance the campus community. We value Integrity, Collaboration, Inclusion, Innovation and Student-centeredness.
The Norfolk State University Student Handbook is an official document of the University. It outlines general rules, regulations and procedures governing student life within the campus community.
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