Academic Support and Counseling

Academic Advisors/Counselors: All NOAH scholars have access to a university professional who is committed to serving as a mentor, advisor and counselor throughout their undergraduate tenure at Hofstra. Advisors help NOAH scholars navigate the university, chart their academic path, manage personal challenges and advocate on their behalf.

Peer Tutor/Counselors: New NOAH scholars are connected to peer tutor/counselors, who are successful current NOAH scholars who reside with them during the Summer Academy and who offer helpful advice, educational programs and instructional support in specific subjects.

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