The Library is available to assist you with research (see the Ask Us page for more information). For support in other areas, please refer to the list below.
The Academic Success Center (ASC) provides a variety of resources for writing, math, and more through holistic tiers of support that include individualized synchronous and asynchronous coaching support, small group sessions, 24/7 Ask a Coach service, ASC Chat, and website resources. All coaches in the ASC have either completed their doctoral or J.D. degrees or are currently pursuing that degree. Visit the Academic Success Center.
The Graduate Studies Support Center (GSSC) at National University is dedicated to ensuring every graduate student's academic success and providing faculty with the necessary tools and resources to excel in teaching in the one-to-one model. The ultimate goal of the GSSC is the creation of a culture of engagement. Visit the Graduate Studies Support Center.
The mission of the NU IRB is to support student success and nurture a university-wide ethical research culture that promotes the practice of robust research while protecting human participants. Visit the IRB.
The Dissertation Center is a collection of resources to support students in completing their dissertation as part of the Doctoral Student Experience (DSE). The Dissertation Center is broken up into a collection of guides and each guide supports you in different areas of your dissertation. Visit the Dissertation Center.
The Applied Doctoral Center is a collection of resources to support students in completing their project/dissertation-in-practice as part of the Applied Doctoral Experience (ADE). The Applied Doctoral Center is broken up into a collection of guides and each guide supports you in different areas of your project/dissertation-in-practice. Visit the Applied Doctoral Center.
The JFK School of Law Resource Center is a place to find resources to support you in all aspects of your law educational journey. Visit the JFK School of Law Resource Center.
National University offers several Law and Public Service programs that prepare students with the skills needed to succeed in the ever-changing landscape of public service. The Public Service Resource Center is a place to quickly find program information, degree requirements, and more. Visit the Public Service Resource Center.
The Office of the Registrar is the official record-keeper of National University (formerly Northcentral University) and is responsible for maintaining the accuracy and integrity of all student academic records. Additionally, the Office is responsible for a variety of assignments and services - both for students and internal constituencies. These responsibilities, assignments, and services are completed in compliance with institutional policies and standards as well as related state and federal regulations. The Office provides a number of services including, but not limited to, reviewing, evaluating and determining basis for admission, record maintenance, enrollment and other student record verifications, grade change processing and FERPA compliance. Visit the Office of the Registrar.
The Office of Grants & Sponsored Projects (OGSP) works closely with the Graduate School to provide university-wide leadership and support to faculty, staff, and students on internal and external grants and awards, research activities, and professional development opportunities. Access to relevant processes, procedures, resources, and services are available to support the full project cycle. We value the diversity of our team members and the opportunity to come together around initiatives to enhance programming, enrich the student experience, and impact the larger community. Visit the Office of Grants & Sponsored Projects.
The Advanced Research Center (ARC) supports and guides students, alumni, faculty, and staff pursuing publications, presentations, and research. ARC provides a rationale for scholarly pursuits, explains academic and professional norms, fosters networking and collaboration efforts, and supports the dissemination of scholarly work. Visit the Advanced Research Center.