Support Services

Career Development

Career Development provides information and assistance to students who wish to assess career goals and investigate career opportunities. In addition, the Career Center assists faculty members as they aid students in their career development. Career Development helps students craft effective resumes, practice interviewing techniques, establish networking contacts with alumni and others, and identify internships and part/full-time or summer employment, including on-campus student employment opportunities. Career Development sponsors a number of career-related events during the academic year; a few highlights include academic discipline specific fairs, career development workshops, alumni/student networking events and a spring semester Career Week. For more information on these resources and events, please visit the Career Center website:

Counseling Center

NNU Counseling Services, located at the NNU Wellness Center, offers services for undergraduate students including walk-in counseling, individual counseling, as well as on-campus and off-campus resources.

Undergraduate students are eligible to participate in any of the counseling services during the academic year.

Faculty, staff, and graduate students are eligible for consultation, referral, and crisis services during the academic year.

Services to NNU Departments include personality inventories, groups, consultations, crisis assistance, and other training as scheduled through the Director of Counseling Services. 

NNU provides the Counseling Center as a free service and encourages its use.