Events

Wednesday, August 30

NMU Financial Aid and Enrollment Changes

NMU Financial Aid and Enrollment Changes

If you are making any adjustments to your fall semester schedule, keep in mind that the Financial Aid Office will not recalculate the Federal Pell and TEACH Grants based on a change in enrollment that occurs after Tuesday, September 5th. If you are adding a course or are working on enrolling in a directed study course, be sure your paperwork is submitted to the appropriate office (directed study paperwork to the Registrar’s Office) before 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 5th to ensure we are able to consider these courses when evaluating your enrollment for financial aid purposes. Based on federal regulations, exceptions to this policy may be required for students who drop courses before attending them or who have submitted their FAFSA information later than September 5th. These students may find that enrollment changes they make after September 5th do still affect their financial aid eligibility. This policy does not apply to students who withdraw from all courses. Complete withdrawals from the university are subject to federal, state, and institutional refund policies. Important Information to Review · Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy · Repeat Courses · Student Employment · Costs and Payments · Federal Direct Loan · Your Rights and Responsibilities · Returning Financial Aid/Withdrawing from classes · Registrar’s Update Remember to check your NMU e-mail regularly for important correspondence from the Financial Aid Office. Please feel free to contact the Financial Aid Office at fao@nmu.edu or 227-2327 if you have any questions.

Enrollment Information Fair

Enrollment Information Fair

All NMU faculty and staff are invited. Learn about university enrollment efforts (recruitment and retention) and how you can make a difference. Open house format between 3:30 and 5:00 p.m. with table displays and representatives to answer questions (no presentation). To be held in Hedgcock, 3rd floor atrium (near Melted). Areas represented: -Admissions -Athletics -Diversity and Inclusion -Extended Learning and Community Engagement (Global Campus, Concurrent, International) -Graduate Education -Institutional Research -Retention (including Starfish information) -University Marketing and Communications

Enrollment Information Fair

Enrollment Information Fair

All NMU faculty and staff are invited. Learn about university enrollment efforts (recruitment and retention) and how you can make a difference. Open house format between 3:30 and 5:00 p.m. with table displays and representatives to answer questions (no presentation). To be held in Hedgcock, 3rd floor atrium (near Melted). Areas represented: -Admissions -Athletics -Diversity and Inclusion -Extended Learning and Community Engagement (Global Campus, Concurrent, International) -Graduate Education -Institutional Research -Retention (including Starfish information) -University Marketing and Communications

Meeting for Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

This is a meeting for ALL NMU students, faculity, and staff that are interested in helping with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

Wednesday, August 30