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Academic and Career Advisement Center

The Academic and Career Advisement Center (ACAC) is responsible for new student orientation sessions, first year student advising, academic proficiency, all-campus tutoring and the freshman probation program. Advisers in ACAC can help any NMU student with choosing the best academic path for success and navigating options to be successful after graduation.

Change Your Major

NMU students can also change their majors or minors online by completing a short electronic form. It's strongly recommended that students meet with an adviser beforehand. Learn more

Tutoring Resources

All Campus Tutoring offers free academic support for NMU students. There are study groups and walk-in tutoring for a variety of 100- and 200- level courses. Visit nmu.edu/tutoring for more information.

Students who havenEach year, NMU, LSCP and MARESA collaborate and present a day of career exploration for high school students. <a href="http://www.nmu.edu/acac/node/117">Learn more about Career Day</a>Academic planning is made easy with advising sheets for all majors. TheyACAC want to give students every opportunity to succeed academically. It offers a number of resources for learning tips and tricks to improve at test taking, note taking, time management. <a href="http://www.nmu.edu/acac/skilldevelopement">See a list of all resources</a>.

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Academic Proficiency

The academic proficiency policy defines the academic standards students must meet to be considered academically successful at NMU. Students must maintain a minimum Northern grade point average of 2.00 to be in academic good standing. Students with an NMU GPA below this level will be placed on academic probation and will have to meet certain semester GPA requirements to remain at NMU. Learn more.

The Academic and Career Advisement Center has offices in both Hedgcock and the Jacobetti Complex 

3302.1 C. B. Hedgcock | 906-227-2971 | acac@nmu.edu

103 Jacobetti Complex | 906-227-2283 | acacjco@nmu.edu

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