The six offices in Student Support Services each support student success and work together to identify needs and share resources and expertise to develop innovative solutions to foster student success. The collaboration is coordinated by Andrew Morris, assistant vice president for student services and retention, who also leads campus-wide retention and student success initiatives. The offices:

Academic Advisement »

Academic Advisement helps students develop, assess, and implement their educational, professional, and personal goals as lifelong learners. Academic Advisement oversees the advising program (providing general advising support to all students, assisting students in exploring majors, supporting faculty in advising, and advising and registering all new students). AAC also manages all transfer credit (evaluating and posting credit and maintaining transfer equivalencies).

Center for Student Success »

This center helps students succeed academically through tutoring, one-on-one success coaching, and helpful resources for students and faculty.

HEOP/Excel/Young Scholars »

These programs support underrepresented students in pursuing a college degree.

Student Accessibility Services »

This program provides interpreters, scribes, testing accommodations and other help for students who need that assistance to be successful at Nazareth.

Office of Veteran Services »

The Office of Veteran Services works with veteran students to make the change from military life to life as a student at Nazareth. Find helpful resources and connect with NazVets on Facebook and Twitter from this office's website.

Registrar »

The Registrar’s office manages student academic records, courses offered each semester, and the calendar of deadlines and key academic events. The office oversees the official course catalog, grade reports, graduation, verification of enrollment/degrees, and transcripts processing. This is also the place to get various academic forms.

Mission

Provide academic and personal support through proactively planning and offering programs and services to meet the needs of an increasingly diversified student population. We promote student success by:

  • fostering personal connections
  • providing transitional support
  • assisting in the development and achievement of educational goals