The Living the Values award program recognizes honors students, faculty, alumni, and staff who embody NSU’s eight core values. One award is given for each of the following core values:
Click here to read Advancing University Core Values by Developing an Honors College, an essay by NSU President George L. Hanbury II.
Honors College students, faculty, alumni, and staff may nominate each other—and make self-nominations, for each and any of the eight core values. There is no limit to the number of times a person may be nominated or the number of nominations a person may submit. Information on how and when to submit nominations is announced in the Honors College Newsletters.
If selected for one of these awards, you'll be honored at the Honors College Spring Reception and receive a special certificate, pin, and hoodie.
The Honors College provides merit-based scholarships to students who demonstrate academic excellence and integrity. For more information about these scholarships, visit our scholarships page.
The Honors College hosts competitions and campaigns to engage and recognize students' passion, creativity, and hard work. If you participate in these opportunities, you may receive rewards and recognition. Competitions and campaigns include but are not limited to: