Dedicated to students
Learn more about how these departments within the University Union, give students the resources they need to succeed through services and programs.
Student Services in the University Union
The Associated Students of Northern Arizona University (ASNAU) exists to be the voice for students here at the university, statewide, and at the national level, while providing services, programs, and much more.
Campus Dining works to create a healthy and appetizing menu for students and visitors. Campus Dining provides plenty of dining options including vegetarian, vegan, and late-night options, all within the 30 restaurants across campus.
Inclusion and Multicultural Services serves all students, acting as a centrally-located gathering spot that provides culturally relevant services and support to historically underrepresented students.
The JacksCard office provides students with their JacksCard student ID, a comprehensive one-card solution to on-and off-campus services. The JacksCard allows access to residence halls, recreation facilities, dining, and much more.
Set yourself up for success with the help of the Student Learning Centers which offer free services designed to help you succeed academically with free tutoring.
The Office of Student Life is a hub for information and resources to make sure your experience at Northern Arizona University is the best it can be. Also see a list of the many clubs and organizations on campus.
Student Support Services offers free services that help students develop the confidence and skills to succeed academically, personally, and professionally. Student Support Services connects students with the right resources.
Student Services in the du Bois Center
Academic Transition Programs is to help first year students successfully transition into Northern Arizona University’s academic community through providing students with the necessary tools to develop realistic academic and personal goals, locate helpful student resources on campus, and create an overall successful and memorable college experience.
The Supplemental Instructor Program offers a series of review sessions for students taking difficult courses. Supplemental Instruction is available to all students who want to improve their grade and their understanding of course material. Supplemental Instruction is located in the Navajo, Hopi, Anazasi, and Yavapai rooms on the lower floor of du Bois Center.