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2015-2016 Star Status Results

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars has awarded the annual Star Status Awards to high-achieving chapters from around the country. The Star Status Program at NSCS is a reward system for chapters that are highly engaged. Every year, NSCS chapter officers develop programs and events to boost engagement on their campus.

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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. […]

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When the Election is Over and the Confetti Has Fallen

We, as a people, accept that in many aspects of life there must be a winner and a loser. It is one of the most understood parts of any sort of competition. From the sidelines, we encourage those who participate with cheers, signs and, in an election, votes – whether […]

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Scholar of the Week: Shakerri Garrett

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Shakerri Garrett! Shakerri is a sophomore at The University of Alabama where she is studying Business Management. Shakerri’s favorite NSCS experience was when her chapter decided to give back to their community by volunteering at a nursing home during the holidays. “We completed […]

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Cheat Sheet for 11.4

Happy Friday Scholars! Don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour on Sunday! Spring Forward and Fall Back Ever wondered why we use daylight savings? Here’s an article that explains it all. Stay on your Path Thinking of transferring from a community college to a 4-year institution? Check out […]

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The Second Half Push

Hello other college scholars and do-gooders, Don’t let the second half of the semester get away from you! Push through! Self-Doubts mixed with demanding classes can be a killer for your motivation and veer you away from obtaining your academic goals. “Self Doubt” These are the questions that eat away […]

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Your Midterm Check Up

October is the month of pumpkin spice lattes, sweater weather and when mid-terms are fast approaching into our college lives again. As we are quickly move towards the half way point of the semester it’s good to start thinking about how to avoid end of semester burnout. Not to mention, […]

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Scholar of the Week: Bayley Walsh

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Bayley Walsh! Bayley is a senior at University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she is studying Kinesiology. Bayley’s favorite NSCS experience was her New Member Induction Ceremony. “I was a freshman at the time and was overwhelmed with this unexpected honor,” she […]

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The Case for PACE: Why Your Chapter Should Participate in PACE

The school year is in full swing and you’re probably starting to hear about your chapter’s PACE program! Some chapters have a set plan for this year’s PACE program while others are probably still getting their ducks in a row. If you’re a chapter officer and you’re still looking for […]

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Cheat Sheet for 10.28

Lasting Impressions Just finished your internship? Take a look at these ideas on how to leave a good impression. Don’t break over winter break Going home for winter break? Take a look at these survival tips! Small Steps If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed lately, know that tiny changes can lead […]