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Student Resources

The following resources are available to students in NSU's College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Department of Conflict Resolution Studies.

College-wide Resources

We urge students to become familiar with the CAHSS Catalog and Academic Calendar. Failure to read the catalog does not excuse students from the information contained in it. Students are expected to be familiar and comply with all the policies and procedures including any revisions or modifications. You may access the CAHSS Catalog and Academic Calendar, Course Wizard, as well as some useful forms, on the CAHSS Student Resource page

DCRS Graduate Student Resources

We have gathered the information that you need most frequently all on one page to make it easy to find! At the DCRS Student Resource page, you will find course schedules, booklists, degree plans, and many other items relevant to students in our graduate programs. This is also the place to go for information on dissertation, practicum, and professional development opportunities—bookmark this page!

Peer Mentors

Each student upon enrolling in one of our graduate programs may request a peer mentor. The purpose of the Peer Mentoring Program at DCRS is to assist the students with their transition into their graduate studies in DCRS. Peer mentors, who are advanced doctoral students, provide support and guidance to fellow DCRS students in navigating their academic programs by offering advice about managing coursework and accessing resources that expand academic and professional development. Peer mentoring sessions occur in a group format at the Residential Institutes and one-on-one, either in person, by phone or Skype, or by email. Click here to see a list of the current peer mentors.

Alpha Kappa Delta

Alpha Kappa Delta, the international sociology honor society, seeks to acknowledge and promote excellence in scholarship in the study of sociology, the research of social problems, and such other social and intellectual activities as will lead to improvement in the human condition. To find out more about this honor society for undergraduate sociology majors, please contact the advisor, Dr. Joyce Avotri-Wuaku, at


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