Campus Resources for First-Generation Students
Being a college student is an exciting time in your life. Throughout your journey you may need additional support or want to access new resources. Working with other first-generation students, we’ve put together a guide of some of the most useful programs and services on-campus. Where should you go for advice? Who should you talk to?
Please note that due to the COVID-19 national pandemic, most of the resources listed in the tabs to the left will still be virtually available. This includes but is not limited to the following:
Academic Success Centers
Offers tutoring, supplemental instruction, academic mentoring, and workshops. Test prep courses and the Testing Center are also housed in the ASC.
Provides career advising, workshops/guest lectures, and online career education resources. Serves as a centralized resource for student employment and internships. Oversees online and on-campus recruitment.
928-523-2131 | nau.edu/campus-health-services/nau-counseling-services/
Counseling services are tailored to the individual needs of each student. Their office offers individual and couples counseling, group counseling, crisis services, outreach, and consultation about students of concern.
Campus Materials Assistance Program (CMAP)
928-523-5181 | nau.edu/dean-of-students/course-materials-assistance-program/
Students with financial need can apply to receive textbooks in the first two weeks of each semester.
928-523-5181 | nau.edu/louies-cupboard
Providing nonperishable food and resources to students in need.
Office of the Dean of Students
928-523-5181 | nau.edu/deanofstudents
Assists students with support and advocacy, including crisis management, problem-solving, and campus referrals. The office to go to if you don’t know where to go.
The University Writing Commons
928-523-7745 | nau.edu/university-writing-commons/
The University Writing Commons works with you at any stage of the writing process. Mountain campus students have access to nine University Writing Commons locations on the Flagstaff campus.
Student Service Center
928-523-9501 | nau.edu/ssc
A first stop for triaging registration, financial aid, and student account issues.
Make sure to check out the COVID-19 Updates and Resources page for more specific resources to help you during this time.