What is Enrollment and Degree Management (EDM)?

Enrollment and Degree Management is the dynamic area responsible for focusing on the student life-cycle from pre-enrollment through graduation. Our goal is to work collaboratively with all of campus in the development of strategies to connect mission, current state, and the changing environment to long-term enrollment and fiscal health.
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Enrollment and Degree Management works collaboratively with Institutional Research on providing information to campus. To request information, please email us at ir@nku.edu.
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In Enrollment and Degree Management

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onestop

INTRODUCING: NKU's onestop

NKU now offers students all enrollment services in one easy location—the NKU One Stop. One Stop, located in Lucas Administrative Center 301, includes Admissions, Financial Assistance, Student Employment, Registrar and Veteran Certification.

 

Admissions

The Office of Admissions, which includes undergraduate, graduate, transfer and orientation, is here to help you become part of the Northern Kentucky University family.

 

Financial Assistance

The Office of Student Financial Assistance guides students and their families through the financial process at Northern Kentucky University. 

 

Registrar

The Office of the Registrar acts as "an official keeper of records," which involves student and academic information. 

 

Veterans Resource Station

The Veterans Resource Station proudly serves our veteran student population with special programs and services to ensure their academic success and transition into college.

 

University Connect and Persist 

University Connect and Persist (UCAP): Where any student can meet face-to-face with knowledgeable staff to navigate financial, academic and personal topics. 

 

TRIO Student Support Services

TRIO Student Support Services provides motivated first-generation college students from moderate and low-income families with resources and services that will assist them to stay in school, do well in school and graduate.

 

Orientation and Parent Programs

Families who are knowledgeable about campus resources and involved in their student's education are a key factor in helping students to succeed in college. The Office of Orientation and Parent Programs offers multiple ways for you to help your student succeed.

Career Services

The Office of Career Services operates as a centralized resource for the NKU community: students, alumni, parents, faculty/staff and employers. The team is committed to providing excellent career-related programs, services and resources. 

 

CONNECT WITH US
We are located in Lucas Administrative Center 412. Give us a call at (859) 572-5825.