Neumont University's Office of Student Affairs is tasked with providing students with the support and resources they need from the first day of class until the last day of class.
First and foremost, each student is assigned an advocate who they meet with regularly to discuss classes, adjusting to college life, and set personal and professional goals. In between these meetings, the student affairs team helps students develop clubs and organizations a.k.a. orders to celebrate their interests from Pathfinder to student government. The staff also schedule, plan, and organize events and activities to help students relax, study, have fun, and get to know each other.
Some of the highlights for the upcoming quarter include Study Sessions and the Unplug and Play series.
The study sessions are held each Wednesday night beginning on April 19 until May 21. From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., students are encouraged to study in The Commons individually and in small groups. Tutors and Academic Coaches are available during these sessions, which sometimes include dinner.
The Unplug and Play series is head each Thursday evening beginning on April 20 this quarter. The first event will be an Easter Egg Hunt for anyone missing out on jelly beans and chocolate bunnies. Past activities have included bocce, Frisbee golf, biking, and hiking.
In addition to all the fun, Student Affairs also keeps a mind towards studying and academics. The team also helps students register for classes, order books, and set goals for learning. Of course, they also help manage Academic Coaches and Tutors who are typically older academically accomplished students.
Neumont's system of support for students from their first quarter to their last is key to the success of our graduates. Every student is encouraged to prioritize their education with a commitment to providing students with the resources they need to succeed.