Welcome and thank-you for visiting our resource pages for counseling professionals. A special hello to all those attending our "Promoting the Publics Event" on Friday, September 16, 2016.
Whether you are providing counseling services at the middle school, high school, community college level or in your community, we appreciate your connection with Northern Michigan University. Please consider a visit to NMU sometime soon; we'd love to have you as our guest on our bus trip weekend or personalized visit (links at left).
Some new and not-so-new important things to know:
New residence halls are rising and students will begin to experience these in Fall 2017. New majors are being planned, including in forensic anthropology and autism studies to join this fall's new certificate in Deaf Studies and new bachelor's degree in Native American Studies.
Use technology to "visit" NMU: You or your teachers may want to consider an electronic field trip (associated with career pathways) for your students.
Summer Academic Camps: Camps in environmental science, coding, skilled trades exploration, and more are being planned. These provide great opportunities for students to explore potential career paths and enjoy the beauty of Marquette and NMU's campus.
New Scholarships: You and your students can view scholarships or predict merit awards based on an individual student's academic criteria using our Net Price Calculator. Don't forget our Presidential Scholars Competition for your high school seniors. Over 200 scholarships offered, including full-ride and full-tuition.
High School Grade Point Averages: For admission and scholarship purposes, NMU will use the overall cumulative GPA reported on the high school transcript. If a high school computes more than one GPA (e.g. weighted and unweighted), we will use the higher of the two.
Financial Hardship/Application Fee Waivers: If you are working with a student who wishes to apply to NMU and for whom the $35 application fee would cause financial difficulty, please know we consider requests made via standard fee waiver request forms such as College Board, NACAC, or high school forms verifying financial status.
NMU Application for Admission and Counselor Form--We welcome counselor comments regarding students applying to NMU, but they are NOT required. You may submit the eSSR through Parchment/Docufide or through a letter or school form, but not providing this does not delay the admission decision. If you feel there is information to share that could impact the admission decision (issues that have impacted the student's grades or test scores or course choice), we encourage you to submit the eSSR or call or e-mail me or your NMU admissions counselor.
As always, please let us know how we can strengthen our partnership to serve students.
Director of Admissions
906-227-1464 or 800-682-9797
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