Student Orientation, a programme that is required for all new and transfer students, will help you prepare for your transition into tertiary education as well as the expectations, challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. Students are highly encouraged to attend the Student Orientation programme so that you will be welcomed and introduced to NAA, learn about University resources and processes, and briefed on the Student Handbook. You will also receive an orientation pack comprising useful documents.
Academic and Professional Counseling
Students enrolled in NAA may seek academic counselling services from the University via NAA. Students may request for assistance to schedule a consultation with the appropriate academic staff at the University to discuss and address any academic concerns. Where cases are deemed to require more than academic advice, professional counselling services are available to all students. If a student wishes to speak to a counsellor, an appointment can be made for him/her via the Student Services Department. Please contact Student Services Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Development Workshops
The Student Services Department at NAA works hand in hand with the University and Professional Training Providers to bring to our students useful workshops on academic writing and study skills that will allow you to plan and carry out your coursework and assessments effectively, allowing you to realise your potential and to achieve academic success on your course during your time at NAA.
Staff-Student Dialogue (SSD)
Student representatives (SRs) are nominated from the student body to participate in SSD Sessions. The SRs will provide feedback or suggestions received from their classmates and discuss issues of concern with our NAA Management team. These sessions will be held 2- 3 times a year. Student representatives play an important role in contributing towards understanding and improving student experiences.