Yuma Student Success Services
The AVID Student Success Center provides a variety of support services to help you succeed throughout your educational journey at NAU-Yuma.
Tutoring is available by appointment in the following subject areas: math, science, language arts, and social studies.
Mentors are available in the AVID Student Success Center to support you with post-secondary strategies for your academic success.
Other resources include: computer and printer access, individual and group study areas, appointment scheduling, Student Success Workshops available, student identification support, career resources, and much more.
Resources available to NAU-Yuma students
AVID Student Success Center Accordion Closed
The AVID Center provides a variety of support services to help you to succeed throughout your educational journey at NAU-Yuma. Tutoring is available in the following subjects: math, science, language arts, and social studies. Mentors are available in the AVID Student Success Center to support you with post secondary strategies for your academic success.
Other resources include: computer and printer access, individual and group study area, appointment scheduling, Student Success Planning.
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The mission of the NAU-Yuma Writing Center is to empower NAU-Yuma students in all disciplines to become more confident, more effective writers.
The Center achieves its mission by engaging students through free, interactive onsite and online consultations. The Center’s trained, experienced writing consultants support students during all stages of the writing process.
Writing Support Hours & Location
Spring 2019 Hours of Operation
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 12:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Friday 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Writing is in AC 151 (inside the Academic Complex Computer Lab at the NAU-Yuma/Arizona Western College shared main campus, 2020 South Avenue 8E in Yuma).
Three Ways to Make an Appointment with a Writing Consultant
- Send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call (928) 317-7088
- Stop by the Writing Center
To maximize success, students should bring all relevant materials (assignment instructions, notes, textbook, etc.) to appointments. Walk-ins are welcome, depending on consultant availability.
To receive writing support services via email, students may send an email to email@example.com with the following required information:
- An email subject line of “Consultation Request”
- The assignment instructions, attached as a Word document, or Rich Text Format
- The current draft, attached as a Word document or Rich Text Format
- The professor’s name and the course prefix and number (i.e. BBA 305W, or PSYCH 302W, etc.)
- Request for specific assistance (i.e. help with APA format, or organization, etc.)
Students should allow up to three business days for a response, as well as sufficient time to revise a paper after receiving feedback for improvement.
Role of the NAU-Yuma Writing Center
Writing consultants provide tools and strategies to help students improve their own papers; however, consultants do not proofread, edit, or revise students’ papers. Students and faculty should be aware that not all of a student’s writing issues can be addressed during a one-hour writing consultation. Consultants may recommend follow-up appointments in order to help students strengthen writing skills over a reasonable period of time.
Assessment Center Accordion Closed
Assessment Center – Assessment in the content areas is a required element of the AWC/NAU articulated degree programs. These data will help target course instruction in the areas you need to focus on and help determine any support services you may need.
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Student Success Appointments are available to support student with their academic needs. Students can co-construct their Student Success Plan with NAU-Yuma Student Success Coordinator who provides them with career and academic support for their individual success needs. Case managers work closely with the Student Service Center, Academic Advisors, and Faculty Mentors to support student through completion of graduation.
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The University Advising team’s purpose is to guide and support students as they progress through their academic careers. Advisors assist with academic plan and sub-plan selection, course selection and sequencing, resource and tool referral, enrollment, policy interpretation, and coach students through their academic requirements and challenges. The NAU academic advising philosophy combines intrusive and appreciative advising. Using various academic advising strategies, advisors promote student growth in establishing and attaining near and long-term goals, teach and model problem solving, and help students appreciate their strengths and address their weaknesses.
The NAU Yuma Advising Center is located inside the Academic Complex (AC) Building in office 213, next to the Student Success Center.
Current NAU students can schedule an appointment with their assigned academic advisor at: appointments.nau.edu or call 928-317-6432.
English Language Development Center Accordion Closed
The ELD Center offers online instruction in grammar, vocabulary, idiomatic expressions, and pronunciation.