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By Ronald Brownie

In fall 2017, the Board of Regents began the process of transitioning from the current student information system (SIS), Colleague/Datatel, to Banner SIS. The transition project was titled Banner Student Project (BSP). The Banner SIS has multiple modules and each BOR campus identified one individual for each Banner module to actively participate in the transition process.

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NSU NEWS UPDATE – Oct. 22, 2018

Welcome to the NSU News Update - providing information on events happening on campus or involving NSU students, staff and faculty. 

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NSU Facilities Manager Monte Mehlhoff has added sidewalk closures to this week's campus construction update.

Construction-related Sidewalk Closures

Starting Oct. 22:

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NSU NEWS UPDATE – Oct. 16, 2018

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NSU Facilities Manager Monte Mehlhoff has issued a brief campus construction update:

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Due to the rain and snow, no more concrete slabs were placed this week. Electricians and plumbers continued rough-ins; plumbers worked on roof drains as well.

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NSU NEWS UPDATE – Oct. 9, 2018

Welcome to the NSU News Update - providing information on events happening on campus or involving NSU students, staff and faculty. 

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NSU NEWS UPDATE – Oct. 1, 2018

Welcome to the NSU News Update - providing information on events happening on campus or involving NSU students, staff and faculty. 

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NSU Facilities Manager Monte Mehlhoff's campus construction update details how work has been affected by recent rains.

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Below is NSU Facilities Manager Monte Mehlhoff's campus construction update:

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Faculty and staff,
I’m excited to share our fall enrollment figures. Highlights include:
  • 5 percent increase in our freshman cohort; 339 freshmen compared to 324 last fall
  • Retention has remained above 70 percent for three years running
  • First-time, degree-seeking graduate students are up 71 percent over last fall
  • This year’s first-time, full-time, bachelor’s degree-seeking students have the highest average high-school GPA in the past 10 years: 3.431.
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