Campus Academic Resources

Academic Outreach Graduate Assistant
Tinsley Annex 104 A; 928-523-6122; teri.sisulak@nau.edu
This GA is available to assist in facilitating academic focused programs in halls and work with RAs on their own academics. 

Disability Resources
Health and Learning Center, Bldg. 25, 2nd Floor; Phone: 928-523-8773; DR@nau.edu
Provides accessible parking, housing, computer labs, assistive technology devices, registration assistance, and sign language interpreting. 

Financial Aid
Blome, Building 2; Phone: 928-523-4951
Provides assistance with all types of educational financing options. 

Gateway Student Success Center
Bldg. 43; Phone: 928-523-4772; gateway@nau.edu
Academic advising for all undeclared students; Career Counseling and Employment Services for all students. 
Career Services 

Inclusion and Multicultural Services (IMS)
Union, Bldg. 30, Room 104; Phone: 928-523-5656
Provides culturally-relevant services and support to historically underrepresented students. Their services are open to all students. 

In-Hall Tutoring 
Allen, McConnell, Morton, Reilly, Sechrist, Tinsley, Wilson; Sunday-Wednesday 7-10pm
Open to all students in lower level courses! 

International Student and Scholar Services
Blome, Bldg. 2, Rm 200; Phone: 928-523-2409
Provides services to international students including advising, information on programs and events, and Scholarships. 

Native American Student Services (NASS)
Native American Cultural Center, Bldg.14; Phone: 928-523-8086
Provides culturally-sensitive support services to Native American and Alaskan Native students. 

Practicum Lab (College of Education)
Bldg. #27, Rm 101; 928-523-2145
Free counseling is exchanged from master’s level students in exchange for feedback under the direction of Licensed Counselors. 

Registrar’s Office
Gammage, Bldg.1 Phone: 928-523-2108
Course enrollment and academic records. 

Student Learning Centers
North SLC: University Union, 2nd Floor; Phone: 928-523-5524
South SLC: Learning Resource Center, Bldg. 61; Phone: 928-523-7391
Free tutoring for a variety of classes; study skills programs including workshops and individual appointments. 

Student Support Services
Union, Bldg. 30, Rm 104; Phone: 928-523-6980
Provides academic support for low-income, first generation to college, and/or students with registered disabilities. 

Supplemental Instruction (SI)
Union, Bldg. 30, 2nd floor; Phone 928-523-5524
Weekly review sessions for students taking historically difficult courses. 

Writing Center
North Student Learning Center, Union, Bldg. 30, 2nd Floor; Phone: 928-523-8992
Provides immediate, constructive feedback and strategies for improving the writing process by a writing consultant.