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The Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography is committed to being a world-wide leader in science education and research, leveraging our graduate programs to attract the best and brightest undergraduate students. This is consistent with HCNSO’s mission to provide both high-quality undergraduate and graduate education programs as well as research in a broad range of disciplines, including marine sciences, mathematics, biology (pre-medical, pre-health profession), chemistry, and physics. The College has have offices, classrooms, and research facilities both at the Davie Campus and the beautiful NSU Oceanographic campus in Port Everglades, home to the state-of-the-art Guy Harvey Oceanographic Center building shown in the image. The College is also home to the National Coral Reef Institute whose objective is the assessment, monitoring, and restoration of coral reefs through basic and applied research, training, and education. The College contains the Guy Harvey Research Institute which conducts high quality, solution-oriented basic and applied scientific research and education needed for effective conservation, biodiversity maintenance, restoration, and understanding of the world's wild fishes. The Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography has over 65 faculty and a projected enrollment for Fall 2029 of over 1400 undergraduate students and 120 graduate students.