Scholar of the Week: Candace Ward

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Candace Ward! Candace studies Psychology at the University of Phoenix, from which she will graduate this summer. Candace’s favorite NSCS experience was when she received her pin and certificate of achievement. “The excitement on my mom’s face, and the look of her being proud of […]

5 Apps You Need in Your College Life

We live in an amazing time. It feels like every day brings new innovation in the world of technology that will influence and change our lives. That cannot be truer than when it comes to applications for your laptops, tablets, and mobile devices. No matter your major, the classes you’re taking, or […]

Integrity Week: From the Experts!

Stony Brook University received the coveted Diamond Star Award in 2015 and Platinum in 2016. They are a fantastic example for many of our chapters because they are a strong community of learners and leaders. One of their favorite programs to host every year is our upcoming Integrity Week! This […]

Returning to University after Winter Break

Breathe in slowly. Now, concentrate. Do you hear that? That’s the sound of you filling up your third cup of coffee in the middle of the day. That’s the sound of your neighbors playing their music way too loudly at 3am. That’s the sound of your frustration because you locked […]

Scholar of the Week: Marian Matalka

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Marian Matalka! Marian is a sophomore at Wayne State University, where she is a Pre-Pharmacy major. Marian’s favorite NSCS experience was her Induction Ceremony. “I got to meet unforgettable people who I would be working with to benefit our community and to push […]

New Year, Better Grades

So, maybe you did not do as well as you had anticipated this fall semester. Maybe you fell one “A” short of a 4.0 GPA. It could have been that you were in a really difficult course with a tough professor. Nonetheless, this should not dissuade you from reviving your high […]

5 Tips to Help You Fundraise Successfully for Anything In College

Fundraising is hard, especially in college. Oftentimes students dread being tasked with fundraising because they see it as a chore that’s almost impossible to accomplish successfully while simultaneously navigating class, homework, exams, extracurriculars, and a job… not to mention a social life. But fundraising doesn’t need to be so difficult. […]