Academic Support and Counseling
Academic Advisors/Counselors: All NOAH Scholars have access to a university professional who is committed serving as a mentor, advisor and counselor throughout their undergraduate tenure at Hofstra. The advisors help NOAH Scholars navigate the university, chart their academic path, manage personal challenges and advocate on their behalf.
Peer Tutor/Counselors: New NOAH Scholar are connected to Peer Tutor Counselors(TC’s), successful current NOAH Scholars who reside with them during the Summer Academy and who provide wise advice, educational programs and instructional support in a specific subject.
Learning Resource Center: NOAH Scholars have access to their own computer lab that provides students with educational technologies, including laptop computers, software and other resources that promote their academic success.
Individual Counseling/Drop-In Counseling: Students can meet with their Assistant Dean/Advisors by appointment or as the need arises.
Advocacy: Your NOAH Advisor serves as an advocate for students when working with faculty, other university departments and outside agencies.
Educational Enrichment Advisement: NOAH staff assist students in determining what their goals are and how to enhance their educational experience at Hofstra. This includes but is not exclusive to:
- Graduate school preparation and advisement
- Study abroad opportunities
- Internships and Externships with NOAH Alumni
- Undergraduate research opportunity identification