program is demanding, and we understand that you may have questions or concerns
about your education or future career.
knowledgeable faculty and staff can answer question about:
- Your degree progress
- Career Advice
- Trouble in your studies
Students accepted to the program who may need accommodations for one or more documented disabilities in major life activities, including but not limited to walking, talking, learning, hearing, or seeing should contact Disability Resources (DR). DR provides services and accommodations at no cost to all Northern Arizona University students.
Some of the services and accommodations include:
- Assistive technology devices and services
- Sign language interpreting
- Test-taking accommodations
Additional information regarding the services and accommodations offered may be obtained from the NAU Disability Resources office (1-928-523-8773).
Once you are
accepted into the program, a variety of scholarships and student loans may be
available to you. The actual amount of
financial aid money that is available each year varies.
information regarding financial assistance may be obtained from the NAU Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (1-855-628-633).
Health Care and Counseling Services
medical services and counseling services are offered to NAU students on the
Phoenix Biomedical Campus at Arizona State University facilities per the
Arizona tri-universities agreement.
services offered include primary and urgent care, chronic care, immunizations,
laboratory services, pharmacy services, prevention services, and radiology
services. OTD students can purchase
health insurance through NAU that is accepted at all three state universities
in Arizona. For more information visit
the NAU Medical Services office (1-928-523-2131).
services are offered to provide personal and crisis services for students
experiencing emotional concerns, problems in adjusting and other factors that
affect their ability to achieve their academic and personal goals. Students should know all counseling services
information on medical services available to OTD students please visit ASU Health Services at (602-496-0721).
information on counseling services please visit ASU Counseling Services
Students at the Phoenix Biomedical Campus have access to a learning specialist who is an experienced learning skills professional providing academic support to students in the NAU healthcare programs. Providing developmental academic advising related to learning skills, study strategies, assessment of learning styles, time management, and test preparation on an individual and group basis. They will coordinate academic success programs focusing on providing intensive, essential learning strategies in a highly competitive academic setting by providing proactive, sustained, individualized support to enhance student success and develop independent adult learners.
For more information contact Matt Michaub, Learning Specialist at 602-827-2085 or firstname.lastname@example.org