Welcome to Student Support Services
Did You Know?

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Student Support Services has been in operation at NMU since 1978

Each semester, 20% of SSS participants earn Dean's List honors

Over 40% of SSS advisees carry a 3.0 or higher GPA

In the past five years, five SSS advisees have been named

top graduating senior in their academic departments

Many SSS graduates go on to successfully complete graduate degrees



News and Information

Student Activity

Photo contest 2015 has winners! 

The categories are as follows:

  • Nature/Landscape:  Mary Lawhead
  • People/Selfie:  Mary Lawhead
  • Abstract/Artsy:  Abigail Winters
  • Pets/Animals:  Abigail Winters
  • Marquette Places:  Abigail Winters

  The winners received a matted copy of their photo and a gift certificate to a place of their choosing. Click here to view the photos.


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NMU SSS on Facebook

Like the Student Support Services Facebook page to get updates on department programs, activities and updates. Stay up to date with NMU SSS on your newsfeed!


What is TRIO?

group holding handsStudent Support Services is one of six TRIO outreach and support programs targeted to serve and assist low-income, first-generation college students and students with disabilities to progress through the academic pipeline from middle school to post-baccalaureate programs. Federal TRIO Programs

Who's eligible?

girl studyingClick here to learn if you're eligible to participate in the Student Support Services program.

FAFSA Information
The quickest way to apply for financial aid is online using FAFSA on the web at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. Our financial aid office uses information from the FAFSA to determine if you qualify for additional aid, so be sure to fill out a FAFSA even if you think you won't qualify for federal aid.
Key Dates
  • June 29th 1st day of session two
  • July 6th  NMU closed in observance of Independence Day
  • August 8th Last day of classes
  • August 24th 1st day of fall classes
News to Use



An electronic user name and password, FSA ID, used by students, parents and borrowers will replace the Federal Student Aid Pin effective May 10, 2015.  An information guide on how to create a FSA ID can be found at getcollegefunding.org.