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Support Services: National University

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The Library is available to assist you with research (see the Ask Us page for more information). For academic support in other areas, such as writing or math, please refer to the list below. If you would like to browse a full list of support services available to you, visit the Student Services page.

The Academic Success Center (ASC) provides a variety of resources for writing, math, and more through holistic tiers of support that include individualized synchronous and asynchronous coaching support, small group sessions, 24/7 Ask a Coach service, ASC Chat, and website resources. All coaches in the ASC have either completed their doctoral or J.D. degrees or are currently pursuing that degree. Visit the Academic Success Center.

Ramon Daines

Learn more about the Academic Success Center from Dr. Ramon Daines, Director

The Graduate Studies Support Center (GSSC) Alumni Navigators are here to assist scholars with any questions or concerns on how to navigate their way around NU. The Navigators will assist and support you with finding balance, understanding feedback, breaking down assignments, and much more. Start a chat, submit a ticket, or join a group session to get connected with a Navigator. Visit the GSSC Alumni Navigators.

Claire DeMarco

Learn more about the Graduate Studies Support Center from Claire DeMarco, Director

The Math Center's mission is to help students build confidence as they develop quantitative reasoning skills through interactive, collaborative, and individualized online sessions. The goal is to help students become more effective, confident, life-long learners through critical thinking, self-observation, and application of sound quantitative principles and strategies. 60-minute appointments are available through Zoom seven days a week. Visit the Math Center.

The Writing Center’s mission is to coach students in all stages of the writing process through collaborative, interactive, and individualized online sessions. The goal is to help students become more effective, confident, life-long writers through critical thinking, self-observation, and the application of sound writing principles and strategies. 40-minute online consultations are designed to help demystify the writing process. Visit the Writing Center.