- Student Affairs: academic, campus resources and involvement resources
- Academic Success Centers: tutoring and academic support
- Student Support Services: TRIO tutoring and other educational help for students who are first generation, low income, or have disabilities
Services & Campus-Wide Trainings
IMQ is here to provide advising and resources to all students, and to foster multicultural awareness among all members of the university community through our services and activities. Feel free to stop in and see what we can offer you.
Zone Training and Awareness Accordion Closed
IMQ educates the Northern Arizona University community on issues relevant to the students it serves through our Zone Training Series. The Zone Training Series includes:
- Inclusion Zone 101 & 102: a foundational training intended for NAU students, faculty, and staff that functions to facilitate understanding of frequently used concepts such as diversity, equity, and social justice through the lens of inclusion. Throughout the training, participants will be asked to reflect on their own identities and challenge their daily practices to begin a journey of critical consciousness.
- DREAM Zone 101: an interactive workshop that serves to introduce NAU students, faculty, and staff to issues and challenges facing the undocumented community through contexts of terminology, history, policies and procedures. The workshop focuses on how we can express solidarity and support undocumented members of our NAU Community.
- Safe Zone 101 & 102: an interactive training designed to provide a foundational approach to LGBTQIA+ allyship. Participants will also learn to become well-informed and active allies to the LGBTQIA+ community.
- TRANSparency Zone 101 & 102: an introductory training program aimed to enhance awareness of the transgender community, engage with topics impacting the community, and create steps toward a more inclusive climate.
- Unconscious Bias: a targeted, interactive, facilitator-led training program designed to help participants identify and begin to override their biases and rewire their brains to be more inclusive and productive.
Please visit your LOUIE account to register for these training sessions.
Computers, printing & administrative support Accordion Closed
Whether you are a student or a representative from a cultural organization, come by the IMQ to use:
- administrative services
Inclusion and Diversity Scholar Peer Mentoring Program Accordion Closed
Work one-on-one with a peer adviser to:
- make a smooth transition into college life
- better understand financial aid
- learn tips for excelling in class
- explore career options
Inclusion and Diversity Scholars are sophomores, juniors, and seniors, working under the direction of the IMQ.
The IMQ can also refer you to the Academic Success Centers for tutoring and academic help.
Contact us to set up an appointment with a peer adviser.
Financial aid guidance Accordion Closed
Peer advisers, full-time and graduate staff can explain and assist you with financial aid processes and forms, including applying for loans, grants, and scholarships.
Counseling Accordion Closed
As a support to Counseling Services, the IMQ can provide you with confidential, individual counseling to deal with any situation that may occur.
Contact us to make an appointment.
Clubs & organizations Accordion Closed
We sponsor and assist multicultural student clubs and organizations, including fraternities and sororities that promote recreational and educational events.
Recruitment Accordion Closed
The IMQ helps the Office of Undergraduate Admissions recruit under-represented high school and community college students. We are involved in university recruitment programs such as Discover NAU, campus visits, and group tours.