March to College:

Here are a few pictures from our successful March to College Event on 3/21/13.  NSCS hosted Northridge Academy High School students and led them on a tour of our CSUN campus. Then, they heard speeches from various clubs on campus such as, The Blues Project and Fraternities. Also, our VP of PACE gave a wonderful and enlightening powerpoint presentation to the students.  Awesome job Alex!

 Photo: Alex putting on her presentation.
 Photo: Interested Students.
 Photo: Second Fraternity
 Photo: First Fraternity Presentation


*PACE will tentatively start again for the Spring Semester on February 4th.  Tutoring will be at Northridge Academy on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3:15 to 4:30 or 5:00.  If you have any questions, contact the officers at*


Planning to Achieve Collegiate Excellence Information




In the United States, we are facing a rapid decline in the high school graduation rate. If NSCS can enlist help from its 800,000+ members throughout the country, we can make a difference.

That’s why NSCS has created The Planning for Collegiate Excellence (PACE) Program. The program empowers chapters to create local mentoring and tutoring programs to encourage all students to graduate from high school and aspire to attend college.



Mentoring/Tutoring Program: NSCS chapters partner with local middle- and high-school age students (traditionally underserved populations) and meet with participants from those schools on a recurring basis to both encourage them to graduate high school

Assemblies: NSCS chapters host assemblies at partnering schools on various topics covering college preparedness, i.e. expectations; financial aid; helpful high school courses; etc.

March to College TM Day: NSCS chapters host PACE program participants on their campus for a day of activities to give them an example of what a day in the life of a college student can feel like.

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