Academic resources and support services

College of Education practicum lab 
Free counseling for students. Counseling is provided by a counselor in training and can cover a wide range of issues.

Counseling Center 
Short-term and small group counseling available to aid students with every variety of life's stressors.

Disability Resources
Promotes the full inclusion of persons with disabilities in the Northern Arizona University community.

English writing center

English professionals assist students in the essay/paper writing process

Campus Health Services
Provides convenient, cost-effective, quality healthcare.

Gateway Student Success Center 
Workshops and individual counseling are available to develop these skills:

  • resume writing
  • interviewing
  • job-hunting

Information Technology Services (ITS)
Provides computer and NAU software support to students, faculty, and staff.

Multicultural Student Center
Assists students from all ethnic and cultural backgrounds to establish and meet their educational and personal goals.

Native American Student Services
Works with prospective and currently enrolled Native American and Alaskan Native students to develop and improve the academic, social, and personal skills necessary for success at the university.

Student Learning Centers
The SLC offers free tutoring and workshops throughout the semester.

Student Life
Responsible for the enforcement of student code of conduct and supervision of all student organizations. Staff members are available for consultation on any concern.

Student Support Services
Assists low-income, first generation, and/or physically or learning disabled students become adjusted to campus life and the rigors of academic study.

The Testing Center 
Placement and other standardized exams are offered.