Individual, couples, family and group counseling is provided in an office setting for all full and part-time enrolled students. In addition, telephonic triage sessions occur if the students are logistically unable to come into the office. Service delivery utilizing a brief therapy model is used and each student is eligible for 10 counseling sessions per year at no cost. If seeing a psychiatrist, students are charged a nominal fee that may be covered by many insurance companies and the Health Information Specialist will assist to determine eligibility and fees. The counselor’s goal is to build upon the student’s current skill sets for positive behavioral change. Services are provided by licensed counselors, a licensed psychologist, and a psychiatrist. All services are NON-DIAGNOSTIC and CONFIDENTIAL. For more information, click here.
The Career Development office provides NSU students the individual attention needed to reach their career goals. Students are coached on how to further explore their major while developing a competitive resume and cover letter, refining individual interviewing skills, selecting an internship, applying to graduate school and supporting overall career planning needs. In addition, students have access to Handshake, a cutting edge career platform that serves as a career one-stop-shop. For more information, click here.
In the Office of Student Financial Assistance, you will find everything you need to know about student financial aid, including how to apply, financial aid deadlines, and types of aid available to graduate and undergraduate students, including Florida student financial aid. This office administers federal, state, and university financial aid programs such as grants, loans, scholarships, and veterans benefits. For more information, click here.
The Tutoring and Testing Center (TTC) offers individualized tutoring, academic success coaching, supplemental instruction, and a variety of testing services. Students are encouraged to take advantage of these resources to help meet their educational goals, achieve academic excellence, and enhance personal growth. For more information, click here.
UAAC Mission and Advisement Services
The UAAC provides comprehensive and developmental student support services to empower students to achieve academic success by:
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The NSU Write from the Start Writing and Communication Center (WCC) is an innovative workspace where students, consultants, and faculty come together, in person and online, to talk about writing and communication. Staffed by trained professional and peer writing consultants, the WCC offers individualized writing and communication assistance to all NSU students. Students are welcome to work with us on all types of academic writing and communication projects at any stage of the writing process from brainstorming to editing. For more information, click here.
The information included in the following links is intended to provide our dual admission students with quick access to frequently used web pages, to answer questions about your graduate/professional program. Please note that the requirements listed on these specific program pages are typically the minimum requirements merely for consideration in the open application process, and are not the requirements for dual admission students to retain their reserved spot. Please refer to your student agreement and communication from our office for details regarding your specific dual admission requirements.