Your local NAU campus may offer additional resources. Check our statewide campus map for details.
Whether you take classes online or at a statewide NAU campus, you always have online access to Cline library resources and the NAU bookstore.
The NAU Student Technology Center can help you navigate BbLearn, LOUIE and MyNAU as well as assist you with email, computer hardware, mobile apps and other IT issues.Access tech support 24/7 during Fall and Spring semesters and during daytime hours in the summer.
Call: (888) 520-7215
Call: (888) 520-7215
Need additional help in writing or math? NAU's Student Learning Centers offers many tutoring resources as well as 1:1 tutoring appointments for all Extended Campuses students. Drop-in to a regularly scheduled group, online tutoring session or call 928-523-7391 to schedule an individual tutoring appointment (sessions can be made for evenings/weekends, but you must call during normal business hours to schedule a session).
Students can also access writing assistance by email or phone through the Writing Center at NAU's Yuma campus. To get help on your writing skills, visit their site, email NAUYuma.WritingCenter@nau.edu or call 928-317-7088.
Need help writing your resume or cover letter? Want to strengthen your interviewing skills? Not sure how to negotiate a job offer? Access numerous online resources from NAU’s Career Services to help you find and land a job.
As an NAU-Extended Campuses student, you can enroll in the NAU student medical insurance plan and receive high-quality, affordable healthcare.You must meet eligibility requirements and sign up for the plan through LOUIE.
NAU’s Disability Resources, including special accommodations and staff support, are also available to all eligible statewide and online students. You must declare your need for assistance prior to the start of the academic term.
NAU’s Office of Military and Veteran Affairs can help active duty military personnel and veterans take advantage of available veterans education benefits, seek out military- or veteran-specific scholarships, and more.
NAU-Extended Campuses is an Approved Training Provider. Learn more if you are a WIA or Vocational Rehabilitation participant interested in pursuing one of our programs.
For information on submitting a DES Approved Training Continued Claim (UB-106T), please read the DES Claim procedure.
NAU is committed to providing a valued learning experience to all students and appreciates the opportunity to enhance that experience. NAU's Resolution Process can assist you in bringing issues to our attention so we can take appropriate action.
View the NAU Resolution Process to learn more about grade appeals and academic dishonesty disputes, as well as to view the NAU Student Handbook.