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Norfolk State University is a four-year liberal arts university located in Norfolk, Virginia. It is historically a black university and a member school of the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund. Founded in 1935 as Virginia Union University, it changed its name in 1942 to Norfolk Polytechnic College. It became part of the Virginia State College by an act of the state legislature in 1944. In 1969, it divided from the state college and became known as Norfolk State College. It was granted university status in 1979, which is when it acquired its current name.
  • Admissions

    Comprehensive reference for details on NSU student enrollment, admission requirements, tuition and fees, and the admissions hours and staff.

  • Lyman Beecher Brooks Library

    Site of the academic facility named after the first president of Norfolk State University. Presents online catalogs, electronic references, and information on the services offered.

  • Norfolk State University

    Official website provides information on the university administration, academics, athletics, services, and campus activities.

  • NSUalert.com

    Online tool presenting the "university operational status" in times of emergencies such as inclement weather.

  • Office of Graduate Studies

    Information on admissions, the academic programs offered, policies and procedures, and fellowships. With catalogs and forms.

  • School of Business

    Information on the school's academics, departments, faculty, and programs.

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