Parent Resources

Helping your student succeed in college.

Moving on to college represents a significant step towards adulthood. The departure is a significant milestone in the life of a family and begins a time of separation and transition, requiring an adjustment on the part of parents, the college-bound teenager, and the whole family. We strive to provide your student with a supportive, safe environment to learn and live in.

Explore our college support services

Advising & Academic Support Center
Need help with life, college, or planning your career?
Get help from the Advising & Academic Support Center.
Advising & Academic Support Center
Academic Support
Take advantage of our
Writers' Clinic, tutoring services, or take a support class.
Academic Support
Advisement and Counseling
Let us help you. Talk to an advisor or academic and personal counselor when you need help.
Advisement and Counseling
Career Services
Need a job? We have resources and services that can help you get find the career for you.
Career Services
Career Planning
Not sure what you want to do when you get out of college? Get help with career decisions.
Career Planning
Disability Services
Do you have a diagnosed disability? Learn more about how we can help.
Disability Services
New Beginnings
Get assistance if you are a single parent, single pregnant woman, displaced homemaker, or are enrolled in a non-traditional program
New Beginnings
Testing Center
Are you a student, future student, or community member needing assessment services? Get tested in our Testing Center.
International Student
Student Health Services
Northeast students have on-campus access to a nurse and many health related services for no cost.
New Beginnings
Records and Registration
The Registrar's Office offers a variety of services and programs to assist with the needs of students and alumni.
International Student