Mentoring & Coaching
Every first-year student entering NAU has the opportunity to have a coach or a mentor to foster a positive university experience. Peer coaches, peer mentors, professional staff, faculty and retirees are all part of a coaching and mentoring collaborative in which numerous programs support student success.
Academic Peer Coaches
offer peer coaching support connected with NAU 120: Study Skills and College
First generation students
Designed to assist former foster youth with their transition to the university.
Honors Program GURUS
Enhance the first year experience for students in the Honors Program.
Inclusion and Multicultural Services
Peer Advisors provide peer mentors for STAR participants and other diverse freshmen students.
Native American Student Services Scholars
Eligible students, either incoming freshmen or transfer students, receive academic and financial guidance.
Assist with transitioning incoming students and their families to the university.
All incoming freshmen who place one math class below their first year, first term math class are eligible.
Peer Jacks Mentoring Program
A support system that assists first-year, out-of-state students with the transition to university life.
Residential Learning Communities
Assists freshmen with their transition to campus through a shared residential experience.
Student Success Coaching
Designed to help YOU manage your TRANSITION, access your SUPPORT, and explore your CAREER opportunities.
Student Support Services
Academic support, financial aid assistance, and personal/ professional mentoring for first generation, low-income, and students with disabilities.
Transfer and Commuter Connections
Serves transfer and commuter students who are transitioning to a new learning environment.