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Student getting help Be prepared for course registration

For resources when planning courses, visit the course registration website which provides links to instructions, tips, time lines and courses offered per semester.

girl in class Tutoring resources available for students

Worried about excelling in your classes? All Campus Tutoring offers free academic support for NMU students. There are study groups and walk-in tutoring for a wide variety of 100- and 200-level courses. Visit the website for more information.

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Academic planning made easy with advising sheets

Advising sheets are available for all majors and organized by bulletin for accurate advising. To access those advising sheets, click here.


Career Day 2015

Each year NMU, LSCP, and MARESA collaborate and present a day of career exploration for local high school students.  Click here for more information.


Find out your adviser

Students who haven't completed eighteen credits or who are on academic probation have an adviser hold and must meet with their adviser before registering for classes. These students or anyone interested in meeting with his/her adviser can find out who their adviser is by following these steps. Registration for the winter 2015 semester will open in early November. Learn more.

Virtual advising

The Academic and Career Advisement Center can help you figure out your advising needs without having to make an appointment. You can ask an ACAC adviser questions through the virtual adviser tool.

Change Your Major
StudentNMU students can declare or change their majors or minors online by completing a short electronic form. Meeting with your adviser before doing so is strongly encouraged.  Learn more
Academic tool box

laptopStudents can find many resources for advising, planning future classes and important online forms on the ACAC website.

Virtual adviser
GPA calculator
Online forms - for students and faculty advisers
Degree audit sheet
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