Utilizing a student-centered approach, NKU views academic advising as a partnership between advisors and students to ensure not only timely completion of your degree, but intellectual and personal growth. Visit the Norse Advising site or the First-Year Student Success Hub to learn more or call (859) 572-6900 for assistance.
Student Wellbeing and Support
Visit the Student Wellbeing and Suppport site for information on counseling, health services (including vaccinations and COVID-19 testing), Norse Violence Prevention, Parents Attending College, Student Accessibility, and Student Wellness.
University Connect and Persist
We help you navigate financial, academic, and personal challenges. Students who meet with UCAP are more likely to have higher GPAs and earn more credit hours. Call (859) 572-7527 or visit in UC 120.
Get help with your technology questions and needs by calling 859-572-6911. IT also offers the Norse Tech Bar in the University Center for in-person assistance.
Adult Learner Programs & Services
A support and advising center for adult students. ALPS helps navigate the challenges of degrees, work, parenting so you can finish your education. Call us at (859) 572-5898.
Trio Student Support Services
TRIO Student Support Services is the place to go for support for first-generation college students from moderate and low-income families. Call us at (859) 572-5138 to learn more.
Visit FUEL NKU for free food and toiletry products, connections to campus and community resources, and peers who want to support fellow students. Connect with us via social media!
Norse Violence Prevention Center
The NVP Center is the place to go for advocacy services and prevention programming related to sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking. Call at (859) 572-5865 or visit Albright Health Center 246.
Office for Student Accessibility
Visit the Office for Student Accessibility for empowerment and equal access through self-advocacy, reasonable accommodations, and student-centered assistance. Call at (859) 572-5282 or visit SU 303.
Life @ NKU
Get involved with Life @ NKU by joining student organizations, attending campus activities, and make connections that will last a lifetime! Learn more about the many opportunities that foster your ambition and encourage your success.
Visit Steely Library for help with research, finding textbooks and other course materials, and to reserve study and collaborative spaces.
The University Registrar provides resources such as academic calendars, registration checklists, ordering transcripts and managing academic/personal information.
Career Services operates as a centralized resource for the NKU community, providing excellent career-related programs, services, and resources. Located in UC 225 or by phone at (859) 572-5680.
NKU understands that students may need access to community resources to meet basic needs and well-being. Some of the resources provided on this Community Resource Guide may include but are not limited to rent and utility assistance, food resources, financial assistance, resources for parents, and more.
Meet the OneStop Staff
Meet the dedicated staff in the Norse OneStop Center. They will be glad to work with prospective and current students to answer questions and resolve concerns.
We are located on the third floor of the Lucas Administrative Center.
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