Additional Resources

Study Skills
Indigenous Scholar Development Center (ISDC)
TRIO/Student Support Services
University Police
Cappi Wadley Literacy Center
Khan Academy

Study Skill Websites


 Indigenous Scholar Development Center

To increase American Indian student academic performance and retention, the Indigenous Scholar Development Center provides extensive programming including:

  • mentoring programs
  • academic advisement and support
  • personal development
  • counseling intervention strategies
  • professional development
  • career counseling
  • collaborative, applied research projects
  • community outreach

Tutors are now available.
STEM: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 10-12; Thursday 8-11; Friday 10-5
History, AIS, Social Studies: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9-5

Trio/Student Support Services

NSU offers specialized academic support & tutoring to students who qualify through this federal grant program for first generation and low income college students. Meet with the friendly staff in the lower level of Haskell Hall to find out if you qualify. Student Support Services is located in the Haskell Hall Basement or by calling ext. 3035. The qualifying criteria are that you must be a US Citizen, a First Generation College Student, and meet the income guidelines.

University Police

For more information about parking, safety, the new safety app for your phone, and more click on the link below.
University Police Department

 Cappi Wadley Literacy Center

The mission of the Cappi Wadley Literacy Center is to increase the effectiveness of literacy education in NSU teacher candidates and enhance literacy skills in area families.  By providing assessment, tutoring, and service to those in need, we will strengthen and foster community partnerships and improve the level of literacy of those we serve.
Visit their website: Literacy Center

Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a free website that offers brief videos explaining various levels of math. 
Visit the website to see if there is a video to help you. Khan Academy