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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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Try These Apps

Try these apps for all your computer needs. It’s an exciting time in the tech world. Virtual reality is growing, augmented reality is integrated into our apps (looking at you, PokémonGO), and it’s never been easier to share and access information. The app store is filled with apps that can […]

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So You Got A Passion?

When you’re five years old, the possibilities of who you can be and what you can do when you grow up seem absolutely endless. Your passions are expressed through fighting imaginary dragons with tree branch swords, baking mud pies, and building grand forts…and that’s all in a day’s work. It’s […]

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Scholar of the Week: Regan Fitzgerald

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Regan Fitzgerald! Regan recently graduated magna cum laude from the University of Arizona where she majored in Criminal Justice and minored in Spanish, Pre-Law, and Psychology. Regan says that her favorite NSCS experience is a “tie between Club Olympics, where I competed with […]

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How to Jump Start Your Career

Many college students begin thinking about post-graduation life during their final year of college, but to fully prepare for the “real world” it’s best to start early. Some people come to college knowing exactly what they’d like to do, while others (like me) face the uncertainty of not knowing. College […]

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How to Make the Most of a Summer Internship

After working at my first internship for about a year, I’ve learned valuable in-office and quite a few life lessons. As a marketing and PR intern, I completed hundreds of hours of computer-based work such as: tracking media mentions, drafting and posting content on social media, data mining to create […]

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Cheat Sheet for 8.19

Happy #Friyay Scholars! We hope you’ve had a great week so far. Here are some of the things that we’ve found interesting this week. iHola! Bonjour! Ni Hao! Thinking of learning another language? Find out why that might be a life-saver for people with aphasia! Dear Airbnb, you’re awesome. Airbnb […]

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4 Ways to Refresh Your Routine

Let’s say you work 40 hours every week… for 50 weeks every year… for 40 years. There you have it— an 80,000 hour career staring you in the face. The hope is that you’re wildly passionate about what you do, but how can the déjà vu of day-in and day-out […]