Needs answers? Check out this quick - find site. Still need answers? Drop in at The Student Success Learning Commons located in the library. We are here to help!
Need to know what classes to take?
Want to stay on track for graduation?
Are you a student-athlete? Need some assistance with academic issues?
Need an academic mentor to help you with time management and procrastination?
How about more information on Study Groups (peer tutoring)?
All of these questions can be answered by visiting the Student Success Learning Commons at the Library.
Questions about your student academic record? Need to drop or add a class? Requesting transcripts?Questions about transfer credits? Visit the Registrar’s Office, which is located in the Fite Administration Building.
Questions about academic research? Want to learn more about our library resources? Visit the Stephens-Burnett Memorial Library.
Interested in pursuing an internship? Want to develop and strengthen your resume? Questions about career exploration, the job search process, and more? Visit the Student Success Learning Commons located in the library.
Need assistance deciding on a major or possible career? Visit the Student Success Learning Commons career services.
Are you stressed out or coping with a loss? Are you homesick or dealing with relationship issues? Visit one of our friendly counselors in Counseling Services, which is located in the Kathleen Manley Wellness Center.
Do you have a learning or physical disability? Learn about services and accomodations that can help you be successful. Visit the Coordinator for Students with Disabilities, located in the Kathleen Manley Wellness Center.
Questions about financial assistance (loans, scholarships, grants, etc?) Visit the Financial Assistance Office, which is located in Butler Welcome Center.
Looking for a job on campus? Visit the Financial Assistance Office, which is located in the Butler Welcome Center.
Questions about your student account and billing? Visit the Treasurer's Office, which is located in the Fite Administration Building.
Interested in studying abroad? Would you like to travel and receive academic credit for these experiences? Visit the Center for Global Education.
Interested in getting involved in a student club/organization? Interested in getting involved in civic engagement, service, diversity/social justice opportunities, and sustainability initiatives? Visit Student Activities, which is located on the bottom floor of the Maddox Student Activity Center.
Questions about living on campus? Visit the Office of Residence Life, which is located in the Maddox Student Activity Center.
Questions about IT or computer issues? Visit with our Information Technology Help Desk, which is located in room 121 of the Dougherty Science Center.
Questions about Campus Ministries at C-N? Visit our Campus Ministries site.
Questions about Safety and Security issues? Visit our Safety and Security site.
Questions about services offered for first year students? Visit the office of First Year Experience and Conference Services, located in Butler-Blanc gym.