Campus Academic Resources
Academic Outreach Graduate Assistant
Tinsley Annex 104 A; 928-523-6122; email@example.com
This GA is available to assist in facilitating academic focused programs in halls and work with RAs on their own academics.
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.
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; firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic advising for all undeclared students; Career Counseling and Employment Services for all students.
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.
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.
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.
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.