Scholar of the Week: Savannah Moeller

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Savannah Moeller! Savannah is a junior at Arizona State University where she is studying Nonprofit Leadership and Management. She also served as the VP, Community Service for the ASU chapter of NSCS during the 2015-2016 school year. Savannah’s favorite NSCS experience was when […]


Scholar of the Week: Erin Cinney

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Erin Cinney! Erin is a senior at University of Florida where she is studying English. Erin’s favorite NSCS experience was participating in the DC Internships program. “The Fund for American Studies has altered my life in the best way possible,” she said. “I […]


Semester at Sea: Zoe’s Story

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars offers its members over a million dollars in scholarships each year. In our continued support, we partnered with Semester at Sea to provide more opportunities for our members. Semester at Sea provides an experience for students to study abroad in numerous countries aboard a […]


Scholar of the Week: Maria Quiroz

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Maria Quiroz! Maria is a senior at Collin College where she is studying Nursing. She is also chapter president of the Collin College chapter of NSCS. Maria’s favorite NSCS experience was organizing Collin College’s New Member Induction Ceremony. “As the Collin College NSCS […]


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 […]


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 […]


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, […]


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 […]