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Students Represent the Voice of Scholars

Big news! NSCS is proud to announce that it has appointed six members to the National Leadership Council (NLC). So, what does this mean and why should you care? The NLC is an advisory board made up of NSCS members that advises the NSCS national staff and board of directors. […]

The person who is slowest in making a promise is most faithful in its performance.
- Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Cheat Sheet for June 17

Happy Friday Scholars! The summer is finally in full swing and we are really enjoing the amazing responses to the Summer Success (#S2) Challenge weekly questions. As we continue on the theme of Ingerity, think through the promises that you are making now – and the ones you have made […]


Scholar of the Week: Jin Ae Sakai

Meet our Scholar of the Week, Jin Ae Sakai. Jin Ae is a rising senior at Southern Methodist University, where she is majoring in Anthropology and Human Rights. Jin Ae’s favorite NSCS experience was conducting the New Member Induction Ceremony in the fall semester. “The turnout was much larger than […]


Cheat Sheet for 6.3

Happy Friday Scholars! This week we got to take a break and think about what has happened this far in the year and what is next. Whether you just graduated or you are thinking about next semester, let’s get it started! Here’s what we liked this week: Ready…Set…#AccentureAdventure! Summer is […]

SOW blog 5.31.16

Scholar of the Week: Desiree Patterson

Meet Desiree Patterson, NSCS’ Scholar of the Week. Desiree graduated in May 2016 with a degree in Kinesiology from Texas Woman’s University, where she was President of her NSCS Chapter. Desiree has been a member of NSCS since 2013 and says that one of her favorite NSCS experiences was volunteering […]


Cheat Sheet for 5.27

IT’S FRIDAY! Let’s get our summer moving. Whether your semester was AMAZING or you didn’t do as well as you wanted, remember that “Success is not final, failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts”. Here’s what we thought was interesting this week: Social Networking Moth? […]

Richaland College Award

Richland College Wins NLC Global Awareness Award

After developing Scholars on the Map, we realized just how many of our members were studying in different countries all over the world! Last month, NSCS chapters across the nation were challenged to create and host an on-campus event promoting Global Awareness. The National Leadership Council (NLC) developed this program […]


Ecela Spanish & Counseling Q&A

Have you ever thought about studying abroad? Are you interested in learning Spanish? If you answered yes to both of these questions, NSCS has the perfect opportunity for you! With the Ecela Spanish program you can live, work, and study in Lima, Peru for six weeks this summer (Jul 3 […]


Scholar of the Week: Kimberly Mueller

Meet Kimberly Mueller, our NSCS Scholar of the Week. Kimberly is majoring in social work at University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and has served as chapter president of the UWEC chapter for the past year. She is also pursuing an undergraduate certificate in American Sign Language and Child Welfare. […]