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August 4, 2017


Northeast Lakeview College News

NLC Provides Engagement Opportunities for Students

The Office of Student Development Leadership and Activities at Northeast Lakeview College hosted its Fall 2016 Student Organization Rush Fair. The event is held at the beginning of each Fall and Spring semester provides students with the opportunity to explore campus engagement opportunities, learn about available resources and more. Student clubs and organizations provided information and recruited students. College resource information was on hand and local vendors also provided information to students. 286 students participated in this engagement opportunity. 


NLC Advisor Awarded Texas Fellowship

Ahmet Aksoy, Certified Advisor at NLC, is one of four participants awarded the Thomas Moorman Fellowship Program for the Texas Association of College & University Student Personnel Administrators (TACUSPA). TACUSPA is the premier association for student affairs professionals in Texas. Its purpose is to provide leadership, support, development, research, and best practices in the field of student development for professionals that work in colleges and universities in the state.  Named after the Vice President for Student Affairs at The University of North Texas Health Science Center, Dr. Thomas Moorman, the fellowship program is designed to promote the pursuit and professional development for student affairs professionals in Texas.

The fellowship program is a yearlong program where participants are paired with mentoring opportunities from current or former TACUSPA Board members that have also served as senior level student affairs professionals for colleges or universities in the state. Fourteen applicants across the state applied for the fellowship with nine applicants being granted an interview.   Among this year’s four participants, Aksoy was the only participant to be awarded the Texas Fellowship from a community college.


NLC Completes New Student Orientations

The Student Success Office hosted its final New Student Orientation recently. Designed for First Time in College (FTIC) students and transfer students with fifteen or less earned college semester hours, each session provides basic information that these students need to register, acquire financial aid, and learn about colleges processes and procedures. The sessions are held weekly during Fall and Spring registration and are also meant to streamline the registration process for students. Students receive their first advising session as part of the day's activities.  For Fall 2016, more than 1,200 students and 500 parents participated in one of the weekly sessions. 






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