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Winter Activity Series

Looking for something to do over the break? Look no further! Different departments across campus have created a series of skillbuilders, trainings, and virtual social events that you can take part in over your winter break. Stay engaged with campus through the Winter Break Activity Series!

All Students

The Dean of Students office supports the mission of the university by maintaining a campus environment which is condusive to the recruitment, retention, personal development, and success of students. Specifically, we advocate for student rights; promote student involvement in the university's decision-making process; provide a program for new students to help them adjust to college licing and learning; and offer services and programs which respond to the needs of diverse constituencies. The office also ensures the university community functions as freely as possible from disruptive and inappropriate behavior.

First Generation Students

If your parent(s) or legal guardian(s) have not completed a bachelor’s degree, then you are considered a first generation college student. As a first generation student, we know that you will have unique experiences during your time at NMU. Some of these experiences will be challenging and/or intimidating. We've created a page of resources just for you to support you in your educational experience:

Commuter and Non-Traditional Students

As a commuter or non-traditional student, we know that you will have questions related to your unique NMU experience. Whether you want to know about parking, how to get involved on campus, or just where to eat in between classes, we've created a page of resources just for you to support you in your educational experience:

Winter Sunrise Downtown Marquette

The Marquette Winter Parking Ban is now in effect. The ban prohibits parking on any city street or parking lot from 1:00 am to 6:00 am until April 1, 2021. A violation will result in a $75.00 fine.


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Family Weekend 2019

Parents

We know that even though your student is now actively enrolled and engaged at the collegiate level doesn't mean that all the questions have disappeared. It's okay to still have questions and an interest in their experience at NMU. We have created a page of resources to do just that:

Contact Information

The Dean of Students Office is located at 2001 C.B. Hedgcock.

Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday

Main 906-227-1700

Fax 906-227-1714