We host many events throughout the semester, including networking socials, academic and financial aid workshops, as well as campus/community enrichment activities. This is a great way to get to know other SSS students, make friends, and participate in activities to support your education or involvement at NAU. Some events are hosted by SSS and some events are other university events that we will attend together.
We may have limited space or tickets for events, so please register to attend events with SSS. When registration opens for an event, you will find a hyperlink with the event title that will take you to a Constant Contact website to register.
Academic Support Workshops
From stress relief to time management, we host several opportunities each semester to help you become a great college student.See all workshops.
Time/Self-Management, Test Taking, Stop the Cramming, Textbook Reading Workshops: Visit the Student Learning Center website for workshop descriptions and details.
Chillax in LEADS (StressBusters)
Academic Success Workshops
Course and Career Planning
We want to help you along the journey of selecting classes, making progress toward your degree, obtaining internships and research opportunities, and finding a job.See all workshops.
SSS Resume/ Cover letter Workshop
NAU Career & Graduate School Fair: The bi-annual NAU Career Fair is an opportunity for students, alumni and community members to network with prospective employers and graduate school recruiters. SSS will lead a group of students to the Career Fair. This fun event will allow you to dress your best and learn networking skills.
Visit the Career Services website for more information.
We want to help you apply for and understand your financial aid package, search for and apply for scholarships, and pay for college.See all workshops.
From budgeting to credit cards, debt, and credit reports, we will help you become a better money manager.See all workshops.
Visit the financial literacy website to log-in and complete online modules.
Financial Literacy 100
Financial Literacy 200
Financial Literacy 300
Buying a Car
Saving and Investing
Graduate School Preparation
If you are exploring further education beyond your bachelors degree, we will help you search for and apply to graduate school, find funding sources, and create a successful portfolio.See all workshops.
Applying for Graduate School Workshop Series: Visit the Graduate College website for a listing of virtual workshop recordings.
Campus and Community Enrichment Activities
Join SSS for opportunities to explore art, culture, film, and plays on the Northern Arizona University campus or in the Flagstaff community.See all opportunities.
Department of Theater Performances
Connect with other people participating in the SSS program. Fun events and socials are a great way to meet new people and make new friends.See all opportunities.
SSS SALT (Student Advisory Leadership Team)
First Generation Student Series
SSS staff are hosting a series of activities and workshops for first generation college students. Open to all students, faculty, and staff. Come to one workshop. Come to all of them.See all workshops.
First Generation Student Series
When: Tuesdays at 7:00 pm
Where: University Union, LEADS Center
*Note: A first-generation college student means that neither parent has earned a bachelors degree.
You might be eligible
You can take advantage of our many services if you:
- are a
first-generation college student (your parent/guardian has not earned a
financial need or come from a limited income family
a documented disability verified by the office of Disability Resources