Academic Advising Office (AAO) works with first year undergraduate students. AAO provides assistance in course selection and course registration, supports students with academic difficulties, provides personalized advising which considers the special needs of each student and makes referrals to relevant offices, when necessary. The students’ information and their academic performance is maintained confidential by AAO.
Academic Advisors of AAO help students in solving academic problems that students face in the process of their education, and also contribute to students’ professional development. The role of an academic advisor is to guide, provide students with necessary information and monitor the process of their academic progression. Academic advisors also help students in explaining the academic policies and procedures of NU and the degree requirements, they evaluate student progress and provide information about available resources on campus. Students have the opportunity to make an appointment to have an individual consultation and attend group sessions with their academic advisors during the academic year.
AAO also provides help of Peer Advisors to students. Peer Advisors are well-trained students of third and fourth year, who are ready to share their own experience with students, provide subject specific information and knowledge of studies at NU.
More information about AAO can be found in the Handbook for Parents/Guardians of first-year undergraduate students at this link
Working hours: Mon-Fri 8.30 am – 5.30 pm
Visit our website for more information: http://www.nuaau.cf/