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Student Services and Resources
Find important information and helpful links to student resources available at Northwestern University. View complete information including phone numbers, office locations and emails on the Student Services page. Additionally, full information regarding class registration and student accounts can be found on CAESAR.
The Student Handbook is your guide to SPS undergraduate study. It provides information about various practical aspects of student life and is intended to help you navigate your program and its administrative procedures. In addition to the policies contained in this handbook, you are also expected to be familiar with University-enacted rules and regulations, which are found in the Northwestern University Student Handbook.
Advising at SPS
The SPS Office of Student Services offers a variety of academic and career advising options, including phone, video and email advising appointments and well as traditional in-person advising sessions. Advisers can assist in planning courses, reviewing academic policies, covering degree requirements and they can refer students to resources which promote academic success.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com for assistance or to set up an advising appointment. Please provide your full name, academic program and the specifics of your question to help us quickly and accurately assist you.
Reaching an Academic Adviser
Please contact the academic advising team or the adviser for your program by email for assistance or to schedule an appointment. See the Student Services page for individual adviser contact information.
Advising Office Locations
School of Professional Studies Office (405 Church Street, Evanston)
Wieboldt Hall (339 East Chicago Avenue, 8th floor, Chicago)
Links to University Resources
As an SPS student, the following Northwestern University resources are available to you. Visit the links at the right for more detailed information about each of these topics. If you have questions, please contact the SPS Office of Student Services.