Here’s how we can help you
We work with faculty to support students who have been placed on academic probation and/or who are thinking of dropping out of their programs.
We provide workshops and one-on-one sessions to help students overcome barriers, including study skills, time management, exam taking, note taking, budgeting, and networking.
We can assist current students in establishing career and academic goals, and career planning.
We organize workshops for students on topics of wellness, including substance abuse, sexual abuse, and mental health.
We’re here to advise students on how to balance school, personal life and work.
We’ll assist students in accessing tutoring, providing names of possible tutors, and information on services available from NLC’s Career and College Preparation department.
When needed, we refer students to other NLC services such as Financial Aid, Indigenous Student Navigators, and Access Services. We can also refer students to outside agencies, where required including counseling, physicians, mental health professionals, social assistance agencies, literacy societies, or food banks.