A key element of the academic advising process is the shared responsibility of the student-adviser relationship. In this relationship, a faculty adviser and student work together to select, plan and accomplish the student’s academic and professional goals. This relationship also provides a student with an opportunity to affiliate with professionals in their chosen disciplines and act as a resource to students.
Therefore, all students majoring and minoring in Health, Physical Education and Recreation programs are encouraged to meet regularly with their advisers well as before registration each semester. For some programs, it may be required. If you do not know who your adviser is you can access that information at MyNMU.edu under the Students Information – Academic Information menu.
Advising sheets for School of Health and Human Performance majors can be found on the Academic and Career Advisement Center site. Your correct advising sheet is determined by what year you entered NMU, so choose the bulletin link for your first year at Northern.