See you at the Pole is coming to Nossi College of Art! On Wednesday, September 27, at 2:10 p.m. students, faculty and staff will meet at the flagpole in front of the school for prayer, scripture reading and worship. See You At the Pole began in 1990 and is on the 4th Wednesday every September. This is an international event that you can share with students across the globe. This year’s theme verse is Hebrews 12:2. This is an optional event and instructors are asked to time their afternoon break so that students may participate. Questions – please see Kolleen Longmire. Photos by Emma Wilson
Photos take by Nossi College of Art Student, Jason Lyell This spring, 41 students were nominated in seven award categories at Nossi College of Art’s Open House featuring the Senior Show. From Most Improved to Most Creative, these awards, presented at the end of each semester, highlight successes from the student body. Nossi College’s adjunct faculty members and select staff members help nominate students who excelled throughout the semester. “I’m honored to be part of the nominating class each semester because I am always impressed with the level of work our students are producing and the commitment they have to their craft,” said Libby Funke, Student Activities Director at Nossi College. The award ceremony takes place after the Senior Show. Winners are announced in the following categories: Most Creative, Class Participation, Most Improved, Ambassador, Academic All Star and Talent Discovery. Academic All Star and Talent Discovery are awards reserved only for graduating seniors. The student with the highest GPA in each program earn Academic All Star while one student, considered “best of the best” among Nossi’s most creative students is picked for Talent Discovery and presented with a $400 prize. Class Participation Susan Birchfield of Milton, Tenn and Audrey Hale of Nashville Most Improved Ashleigh McBride of Glasgow, Ky and Hector Mendoza of Clarksville, Tenn Excellent Student Suzan Ahmed of Richmond, Va., and Kayla Crumbley of Nashville Ambassador Award Sean Williams of Nashville and Angela Everett of Hendersonville Most Creative Joseph Ebanks of Nashville and Michael Gribble of Hendersonville Academic…
Students starting the summer 2017 semester will be going through orientation today. Get acquainted with the school, your schedule and finish last minute needs before the summer semester begins.
Graduating Spring 2017 Seniors will be working with over a dozen companies from Middle Tennessee to work on strengthening their interview skills and listening to feedback on portfolios from influential, creative professionals. This direct approach to interviewing is a great way for students to understand basic skills on what to wear, how to present and feel confident and how to write and update resumes and cover letters. Are you a business who wants to get involved This direct approach to interviewing is a great way for students to understand basic skills on what to wear, how to present and feel confident and how to write and update resumes and cover letters. Are you a business who wants to get involved on this process? Reach out to Dax Gomez, Career Services Director at Nossi College of Art, via email – email@example.com.