Office of Student Affairs
Student organizations and clubs, disability services, international student services, veterans assistance, personal and academic counseling, peer mentoring, peer tutoring and career services are several of the benefits you can receive through our office.
We assist students throughout their academic program and provide an outstanding student life experience.
8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Wolfe Harris Center for Excellence
Room 35, garden level
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Meet Our Staff
We help you with academic and enrollment support, student organizations, counseling, disability services, peer tutoring and peer mentoring.
Academic Success Center
Learn about all the services available to help students reach their academic goals through the Academic Success Center.
Support services like academic advising, peer mentoring, peer tutoring and study skills are available to our students.
We provide services, accommodations and online exam scheduling for students with disabilities.
Short-term personal counseling is available to students at no cost.
Enrollment assistance is available for:
- International students
- Veterans and active duty military
We offer useful tools and resources to assist you in your career development, job search and practice management:
More than 40 student clubs and organizations add fun, friendship, travel and variety to your academic life.
Student Senate advocates for students by continually striving to improve campus life.
Student Ambassador Club
Student Ambassadors help prospective students, in an enjoyable way, to learn about life at Northwestern.
Northwestern values students who contribute to the mission and vision of the University through extra-curricular activities. The special skills gained through leadership and service projects acknowledged as competencies may be listed alongside academic achievements on your official NWHSU transcript visit. Find out more and how to apply here: Extra-Curricular Competencies