The Office of Academic Advising & Testing is responsible for advising and scheduling all new students, in consultation with faculty advisors. The Academic Advising Office endeavors to enhance the educational experience of each student through assistance in discovering his or her abilities, interests, and career objectives. Student progress is monitored each semester and the Academic Advising staff counsels those encountering difficulties.
Disability Support Services (DSS) for the University are available through the Academic Advising & Testing office. DSS exists to assure access to the University and its programs by students with disabilities. The office coordinates and provides reasonable accommodations, advocates for an accessible and hospitable learning environment, and promotes self-determination on the part of the individuals served.
Academic Advising & Testing supports the educational mission of NNU by providing high quality testing services in accordance with the National College Testing Association Professional Standards and Guidelines and governmental regulations. The services provided for students, faculty, staff, community members, and business partners will be consistently rendered with an attitude of service that demonstrates value for relationships, personal excellence, diversity, and commitment to lifelong learning.