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Dean of Students

The Dean of Students Office works to maintain a campus environment which is conducive to the recruitment, retention, personal development and success of students. Specifically, we advocate for student rights; promote student involvement in the university’s decision-making process; provide a program for new students to help them adjust to college living and learning; and offer services and programs which respond to the needs of diverse constituencies.

Board of Trustees Student Achievement Awards

Nominations for the Board of Trustees Student Achievement Awards can be made by any student, faculty, or staff member.  Pictured with Assistant Vice President/Dean of Students Chris Greer (second from right) are the 2016 recipients: Trevor Case, outstanding nontraditional student, Amer Mansoor, outstanding male graduating senior, Melissa Orzechowski, outstanding student award (any class), Lindsey Lieck, outstanding female graduating senior .  Nomination deadline is 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 28, 2017. 

Student Achievement Nomination Form

Behavioral Concerns

Northern Michigan University students, staff, faculty and community members can report behavioral concerns with the on-line Behavioral Concerns Form.

If your parent(s) or legal guardian(s) have not completed a bachelor’s degree, then you are considered a first generation college student.  Please take some time to view the <a href="http://www.nmu.edu/dso/firstgeneration">resources</a> NMU has to offer students like you.Students attending at college are not the only people undergoing change. Take a look at our carefully compiled <a href="http://www.nmu.edu/dso/node/65">resources</a> to help parents transition just as seamlessly.

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The Dean of Students office works daily to provide a welcoming atmosphere for all students to be a part of the NMU community. Feel free to stop by with any questions or concerns you might have so that we can help make your time at NMU be the most constructive it can be.

Dean of Studentsdso@nmu.edu906-227-1700