University Marketing and Communications has been working on a redesign of the NMU website. An initial mockup and concept have been created and we're looking for feedback from the campus community.
Please join us for one of three drop-in focus group sessions during the month of November that are open to all students, faculty, and staff to see the concept and share your thoughts. For dates and times of the focus groups, visit events.nmu.edu.
The NMU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic is located in West Science. We provide quality 1:1 therapy sessions for both pediatric and adult populations. We are seeking new clients for the Winter 2020 Semester. Our services are free. Please contact Diane Jandron, Director of Clinical Education, at email@example.com for any questions or for further information.
TAO Connect is a free 24/7 app and online program that can help you feel happier, healthier and more productive when you're going through tough times. Use it to help you learn some preventative techniques and lifestyle skills to address any issues head-on before they get the best of you. Here’s how to get started:
Each treatment/pathway in TAO consists of 6-7 highly engaging educational modules, including interactive activities to help you learn strategies and skills.
Also, remember that you have free access to counseling at Counseling and Consultation Services in 3405 Hedgcock.
Contact the Dean of Students Office at 906-227-1700 with any questions.