Eligibility

To be eligible to participate, students must be a United States citizen, enrolled in a baccalaureate degree program at NMU, have a need for support and meet at least one of the following: be from a low-income household as determined by federal guidelines, are a first generation student where neither parent has earned a bachelor’s degree or have a documented disability.

Services

Student Support Services provides a wide array of services designed to support many aspects of a student's educational experience while attending NMU. Each student has an individual support plan that identifies necessary services to assist in meeting academic and personal goals. 

Request Tutoring

Student Support Services provides tutoring support through a College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) master certified program. Individualized tutoring is provided for 100 level entry level courses through senior-level coursework. In addition, many of our tutors can provide valuable instruction in time management, note taking and test preparation skills.

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Ryan Howard

Being part of SSS gave me wonderful experience to help me in the work field. During my second year at NMU, I was able to attend a conference with a couple of other students and an SSS advisor. This helped me because I have had to attend many meetings and conference calls in my field. I was also able to be the President of the Student Support Services Event Planning Committee (SSSEPC). We planned all the fun events the SSS puts on through the semester for their students. This was a great experience and helps with a lot of small group work and it was a lot like the work field in real life.

Ryan Howard

B.S, '19

Contact Information

2101 C. B. Hedgcock

906-227-1550