For Students

Academic Transition Programs courses help prepare students for the exciting and challenging changes that occur in the transition from high-school to college. You will engage in a variety of lessons and course work activities that address things such as how to make time for your interest or hobby of choice, and how to afford it on a college student budget. You will also make new friends that like the same things you do, and maybe even take a field trip or two!

Learn all about your first year at NAU by navigating through:

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Gateway Student Success Center

  • Career and Academic Advising
  • First-year Student Advisement
  • Resources for Exploring Majors
  • Employment
  • Grade Performance Status (GPS)

Student Learning Centers

  • Academic Success Workshops
  • SLC Computer Labs
  • Tutoring for lower-division courses
  • Online tutoring
  • Supplemental Instruction (SI)
  • Residence hall tutoring

Student Support Services

If you are eligible for services, you may receive:
  • Specialized tutoring at the SLC
  • Laptop Loan Program
  • Assistance with study skills development
  • Participation in cultural and educational events and workshops

Cline Library

  • Wireless internet
  • 180 desktops available for use
  • Check out a library laptop
  • Research from website
  • Document Delivery Service 
  • One-on-one assistance 
  • Scholar’s Corner (coffee shop)
  • Scheduling a movie to be shown via campus cable 
  • Individual/Group study rooms
  • Media Services

Student Technology Center/ Information Technology Services
  • Services include academic support, administrative systems support, student services, telecommunications, and faculty and staff support and training.

Testing Center

  • Offers exams that students need to get into college, to obtain college credit, to place in college classes, and to prepare for life after college.

Writing Center

  • English 100
  • Tutoring: 30 minute conferences

Campus Health Services

  • Primary Care
  • Urgent Care
  • Health Promotions Office
  • Healthy campus, alcohol and other drug abuse prevention education, online health assessments, online birth control education, sexual assault awareness programming, and general health and wellness promotion.
  • Health Plans

Counseling Services

  • Short-term psychological counseling
  • Mental-health and substance-abuse educational programming
  • Consultations

Disability Resources

  • Accessible housing, bus services, and computer labs
  • Assistive technology devices, services
  • Registration assistance and priority registration
  • Sign language interpreting
  • Volunteer Note-taking
  • Test-Taking Accommodations
  • Support Groups

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