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Wherever you reside, you are supported by the entire NAU community while attending NAU. Contact any of the student support organizations in Flagstaff and learn how they might help you achieve your goals. Not sure where to start? Simply contact our student service center:
The Extended Campuses of Northern Arizona University
PO Box 4117
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
The Cline Library provides easy access to materials and services that allow you to:
- Find full text articles, electronic books and other research resources in your subject area
- Find and request delivery of articles, books, or media
- Learn how to connect to Library licensed resources
- Get help with Library resources and services from Ask a Librarian
- Contact the Resource Specialist Team in your subject area for subject-specific assistance
- Access electronic reserves materials for a course in the course's Blackboard shell.
Students can also utilize other libraries across the state, including the ASU, UA libraries, and many public and community college libraries. A current NAU ID card and/or a registration receipt may be required. An NAU librarian is available at NAU Yuma to assist faculty and students.
The Student Technology Center is your first resource for computing-related problems or services. They can help you set up your email account, access your web class, use the LOUIE system, set your passwords, download software, and much more. Bookmark their web site or call them at 928-523-9294 or toll-free at 1-888-520-7215.
Every student is guaranteed equal access to all educational programs and activities. Provide documentation of your special needs to NAU's Disability Resources at least eight weeks prior to attending NAU. Any concerns related to the Americans with Disabilities Act may be brought to the attention of a DSS coordinator. For more information, call: Voice (928) 523-8773; TTY (928) 523-6906; or Fax: (928) 523-8747.
The NAU Counseling Center (CC) primarily serves students on the Mountain Campus. Enrolled students are eligible for counseling services (individual, couples, group counseling; consultation; assessment and referral; emergency services). The CC does not offer online or telephone counseling, thus Extended Campuses students who meet the eligibility requirements may schedule appointments on the Flagstaff Mountain Campus; others are encouraged to seek local mental health services in proximity to their homes.
This office provides services that enhance the academic experience of junior high, high school, college students and other adults who might otherwise have difficulty achieving post secondary education and training. Services include individualized tutoring at the North and South Learning Assistance Centers on the Flagstaff Mountain Campus, personal support, time management assistance, career counseling, study skills workshops, financial aid application assistance, cultural activities, scholarships, and the laptop loan program. Visit them online or call (928) 523-6980 for more information.
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