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National Society of Collegiate Scholars

About The National Society of Collegiate Scholars

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NSCS provides outstanding first- and second-year college students with recognition for their academic excellence.  dedicated to the ideals of Scholarship, Leadership and Service, NSCS is an honor society that engages high achieving college students who are in the top 20% of their class. NSCS has chapters at over 300 schools across the country and more than 800,000 members. NSCS is a proud member of the Association of College Honor Societies. The College at Brockport Chapter was founded in 2011.

Qualifications 

  • 12 credits earned at The College at Brockport 
  • Freshman or Sophomore class standing
  • Top 20% of Class with an Institutional GPA of 3.4 or higher

Membership Benefits

*  Leadership Training
*  Scholarship Opportunities
*  Internship Opportunities
*  Career Opportunities
*  Community Service Resources
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 Annual Conferences
*  Exclusive Member Discounts
*  Networking
*  Graduate School Opportunities
*  Recognition for your Achievements

The College at Brockport Chapter

The College at Brockport Chapter was founded in 2011 by Nicole Fields ‘12, Erin English’13, Mackenzie Moore’14,  Merida Rodriguez ’12, Nikki Sklar ‘14, and Audra Surman ‘14.  

2014-2015 Officers

Kendra Andrew, President
Nicole Magliano, Vice President of Events
Megan Bishop, Vice President for Public Relations & RUSH
Amber Blidy, Vice President for PACE/Community Service
Ziv Noam, Secretary & Star Status Coordinator
Delasia Rice, Treasurer
 

Induction 

The College at Brockport Chapter of NSCS has inducted over 300 members since it was founded in 2011.  We look forward to inducting in new members at the Induction Ceremony on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014 at 10 am.  Congratulations to all those invited to join our NSCS ranks!


Questions about The College at Brockport Chapter of NSCS 
Contact Sherill Anderson, Second-year Experience Coordinator and Chapter Advisor
585.395.5403 or sanderso@brockport.edu

Last Updated 6/5/14