Florida A&M University’s National Society of Collegiate Scholars will be inducting new members Thursday, October 22 in the Perry-Paige from 7 p.m. -10 p.m.
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) invites everyone to attend the new member induction ceremony for this fall.
NSCS is an honors organization that recognizes and elevates high achievers. NSCS provides career and graduate school connections, leadership and service opportunities, as well as access to nearly half a million dollars in scholarships annually.
Executive Vice President of NSCS, Nicholas Hicks, fourth-year business student from Miami, Fla., explains what NSCS is about.
“We are doing a lot in the community and on campus itself, adding value to everyone’s life,” Hicks said. “We are definitely prepared for the support at this year’s induction as our current members have worked very hard.” .
Allison Scantlebury, fourth-year political science student from Miami, Fla., expressed her interest in the organization.
“I think NSCS is a great opportunity for me to not only be recognized for my academic success, but it will allow me the opportunity to be amongst those who are as dedicated to their studies as me,” Scantlebury stated.
NSCS President Natalie Alexis , expressed that she is elated for the new members and have faith in what the new members will be bring to the organization.
“I think this induction will be one of the best ones they’ve had thus far,”Alexis Said. “I believe strongly in the new members and is excited to see the the turnout on Thursday.”
NSCS asks that everyone who plans to attend the event RSVP for themselves and guests that will be joining the inductees during their important recognition.
Those attending the induction ceremony will be eligible to apply for the Induction Recognition award that will be given by the NSCS committee.
For more information about The FAMU Chapter of The National Society of Collegiate Scholars or this induction ceremony visits nscs.org.