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Featuring Dr. Wayde Goodall, Dr. Jeremy Delamarter, and NU Alum Erika Mitchell.
- Tuesday, March 31st, 3:30-4:30pm in HSC 104
Refreshments will be served.
Sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta and the English Department.
Course schedules for Fall and Summer 2015 are now available on the Registrar's Office Website. Register for courses in one or both terms on your Priority Registration Date!
What you need to do...
- Pick up a schedule in the Academic Success Office (Williams Hall), Library, Registrar's Office (Davis Building), or online.
- Make an appointment with your academic advisor.
- Complete NU Pre-Registration click here.
Priority Registration Dates
Registration priority is given by your class level, which is based upon the total number of credits earned plus Spring 2015 credits:
- Seniors: ≥ 90 Credits March 30th
- Juniors: 60-89 Credits April 1st
- Sophomores: 30-59 Credits April 6th
- Freshmen: < 30 Credits April 8th
- Incoming Students May 1st
The NU Music Department is offering several new courses next year. Check them out and get signed up!
- Improvisation for Jazz, Worship, and Contemporary Music 1 & 2
These courses offer a step-by-step approach to the art and science of musical improvisation by focusing on the basic elements of music.
- Chamber Choir
An advanced vocal ensemble consisting of 8-12 upper-level voices.
- Symphony Orchestra
A course designed to provide an instrumental performance base for NU students, in cooperation with the Kirkland Civic Orchestra.
- Jazz Combos
Performance-oriented course dealing with all styles and aspects of small group jazz. Includes performance opportunities throughout the year.
The March edition of Student Health 101 is now available! Take a look at what's in store this month:
- Grocery Store Hacks
How to shop like a boss
- Cherish Your Sleep
How to take back the night
- Thrifty Threads
How students dress well and spend less
- Get Your Academic Act Together
Mind tricks for meeting your deadlines
Click here to start reading.
You can also enter to win a monthly drawing for $2,500!
Student Health 101 is sponsored by the Wellness Center.
1098-T Tax Forms were mailed to students' permanent addresses on January 31st. The information is also available on the Tax Information page within your Student Account Balance on Eagle.
If your scholarships exceeded your tuition and qualified expenses, a 1098-T was not issued and therefore is not available online. The IRS does not include housing charges or health fees as qualified expenses.
- Please refer to www.irs.gov for further information.
Your official list of courses can be found in Self-Service or the My Profile page on Eagle. Your courses will show up in Discovery after your professors make them available. Please check with your professor if you do not see a course listed in Discovery.
Reminder: Your username is your entire NU e-mail address when logging into Discovery, Self-Service, and other websites.
Students and employees can get software at heavily-discounted prices if not free from the banner on the IT Homepage. Titles include Microsoft Office and Windows, Adobe Creative Cloud.
If you're logged into the Eagle Website, click the My Profile link in the top-right corner. This page contains information about your account balance, courses, printing balance, and more. Check it out!