Click here to schedule a tutoring appointment in Learning PLUS. Finals are right around the corner and doing very well on your finals can have a positive impact on your GPA.
Speaking of finals week, remember that NKU provides health and counseling services to support students throughout the academic year. Visit NKU’s Health, Counseling, and Student Wellness office to meet with the staff.
Finally, if you have other concerns or doubts about returning to NKU next spring and you would like to talk with someone, please contact University Connect and Persist (UCAP).
If you haven’t already done so, consider joining a club or organization next fall, visit your Campus Recreation Center, or talk with a professor about getting involved with major-related clubs and organizations.
Continue to use tutoring in Learning PLUS!
Or if you need someone to talk to about any concern at all, contact University Connect and Persist (UCAP).
As a scholarship recipient, you must maintain a minimum GPA by the end of your first academic year to retain your scholarship standing (click this link to see your scholarship guidelines and requirements).
Questions about your scholarship requirements? Contact Student Financial Assistance.
The Office of Student Financial Assistance has launched CashCourse, a financial literacy tool designed for you. CashCourse provides free online financial education courses as well as customizable financial tools such as worksheets, a budget wizard, and calculators. See it for yourself here: https://inside.nku.edu/financialaid/cashcourse.html
Your registration date and time are posted in myNKU, so make sure you place it on your calendar and have an advising appointment scheduled with your advisor (be on the lookout for an email from your advisor to schedule an appointment). Also, have you thought about taking courses during the summer? It’s a great way to earn additional credit hours to stay on track or get ahead.