Fischler College of Education Hosts “What it Means to a be Shark” Tour for 5th Graders from Dillard Elementary
NSU’s Abraham S. Fischler College of Education, School of Criminal Justice hosted 80 fifth graders from Dillard Elementary on Monday, March 18th for “What it Means to be a Shark” Tour.
The morning kicked off with a presentation from NSU’s Undergraduate Admissions Office, where the students learned about the different programs of study, as well as the various opportunities and amenities available to each NSU college student. Additionally, the students heard from two Admissions Ambassadors, who shared their personal NSU experience and why they are proud to be an NSU Shark.
The fun continued with a game of Shark Trivia, followed by a quick stop at the library and the Don Taft University. Yet, the highlight of the campus tour was a trip to the Leo Goodwin Senior Residence Hall, where the students were able to visit a dorm room and hear about living on NSU’s campus. Many students were impressed with how close the university is to their homes and are looking forward to coming to college here one day. The day culminated with a pizza lunch and a surprise visit from Razor.