Support Services

Counseling Center
Personal counseling is provided for students seeking understanding, support, and growth.  Some of the areas addressed are student life, relationships, family concerns, personal issues (i.e., depression, abuse, addiction, etc.), premarital and marital counseling, and other issues of concern. NNU provides the Counseling Center as a free service and encourages its use.

The University offers a variety of opportunities, including:
1. Individual and couple counseling provided by licensed professional counselors, and/or supervised interns.
2. Co-curricular seminars covering issues such as safety, relationships, boundaries, suicide prevention and other pertinent issues.
3. Referral sources within the local community through the Counseling Center. These include special needs, emergency hospitalization, psychiatric care, or medication management. Financial responsibility for such off-campus referrals must be taken by the student and his or her parents.
4. Pastoral counseling provided by the University Chaplain to assist students in exploring spiritual areas of their lives.
5. Group Counseling. A variety of groups are led by trained counselors to help students deal with specific issues such as addictive behaviors, anxiety, and depression. Through these groups students can find peer support learn new skills.
6. Peer Mentors. These are students who receive training in active listening skills, referrals, and confidentiality to provide a resource to other students in helping them make the transition to a more fulfilling university life. 

The Office of Multi-Cultural Affairs
The office provides ongoing support  to U.S. students of color, international students and children of missionaries in the academic, spiritual and social aspects of their lives. We seek  to promote awareness, cooperative efforts, and understanding about the various aspects of ethnic, religious and cultural diversity. The office provides a means for students and campus personnel to address these issues in collaboration with individuals from the Treasure Valley. Students can be involved in multicultural events and clubs both on and off campus.

Career Center
The Career Center provides information and assistance to students who wish to assess career goals and investigate career opportunities. In addition, the Career Center assists faculty as they aid students in their career development. The Career Center will help students write effective resumes, practice interviewing techniques, establish networking contacts through the ASK (Alumni Sharing Knowledge) program, and find career-related part/full-time or summer employment, including on-campus student employment opportunities. There are several programs to assist students in their career search that are accessible by computer. These resources include: CIS: Idaho Career Information Services, StrengthsQuest: a Strengths assessment, and a current listing of helpful career development websites, for more information please visit the Career Center Home Page. The Career Center sponsors a number of career-related events during the academic year; a few highlights include an Etiquette Dinner and Style Show, a Spring Career Fair, Resumes Workshops and Alumni/Student Networking Events.   

Disability Services
Disability Services at NNU exists to assure access to the University and its programs by students with disabilities. We coordinate and provide reasonable accommodations, advocate for an accessible and hospitable learning environment, and promote self-determination on the part of the individuals we serve.

Students who qualify for and desire accommodations at NNU due to a disability, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, must follow the NNU Disability Services Policies and Procedures. Students may review a copy of the policies and procedures at this link. As outlined in the procedures, students must personally request specific accommodations each semester by contacting Disability Services. Accommodations are not automatically provided without such a request. The faculty and staff within Disability Services will work with students to ensure that accommodations are successfully accessed in each course, as applicable. 

Please call 208-467-8463 or email disabilityservices(at) for further information.