NMU Campus Resources
Student Support Services (SSS) 906-227-1550 firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a grant-funded program with a short online application. TIP eligible students should identify themselves as TIP eligible and will be seeking a bachelor's while in an Associate degree. SSS provides more one-on-one academic advising, tutoring, free supplies, and supports to eligible students. Space is limited so students should complete an application as soon as possible.
NMU Disability Services(DS) 906-227-1737 email@example.com
Students that had an IEP/504 or have a disability that qualifies under the Americans with Disabilities Act can use the online portal to apply. Examples of accommodations can be found on the Disability Services website.
NMU Dean of Student(DSO) - First-Generation College Students 906-227-1700 firstname.lastname@example.org
If your parent(s) or legal guardian(s) have not completed a bachelor’s degree, then you are considered a first-generation college student.
NMU Student Equity & Engagement Center(SEEC) 906-227-1554, email@example.com
A safe and welcoming environment for all while providing information on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
NMU Student Service Center (SSC) 906-227-1221 firstname.lastname@example.org
Billing questions, payment plans, and bill-related questions.
NMU Admissions Office 906-227-2650 email@example.com
Apply to NMU here and speak to an Admissions counselor.