Support and Services

Support and Services

We're Here For You

Northern Vermont University has worked closely with Northern Essex Community College to provide NVU at NECC students with both face-to-face services as well as virtual services supported directly by NVU staff.

Academic Support

Northern Vermont University wants you to succeed in your goal of obtaining a bachelor’s degree. We are committed to providing both online services and providing face-to-face support. In addition, we are partnering with Northern Essex academic support services as well to make sure that NVU at NECC students have access to academic support in a variety of forms.

The NVU at NECC site director can work with you to create a customized academic support plan.

Learn more about NVU academic support.

Learn more about the services offered at NECC.

Learning Accommodations

Northern Vermont University strives to see that every student has an opportunity to be successful. For students with disabilities, that means that we try to set up reasonable and practical accommodations and supports. On this page you will find useful information about students with disabilities, getting accommodations, and the key ingredients to being a successful college student. Please remember, that although you are attending classes in Lawrence or Haverhill, NVU is here for you, so if there’s something you can’t find or if you need further assistance, you can contact our staff, Mary and Lori directly or you can visit the Learning Accommodations Office at NECC.

Staff Members at NVU

Mary Etter, Learning Specialist
Mary.Etter@NorthernVermont.edu
NVU-Lyndon Campus, LAC 325
802.626.6210

Lori Drew, Disability Services
Lori.Drew@NorthernVermont.edu
NVU-Lyndon Campus,  LAC 325
802.626.6210

Denise Moses, Staff Assistant
Denise.Moses@NorthernVermont.edu
NVU-Lyndon Campus, LAC 325
802.626.6210

Please note: If you have a verified disability on file at NECC, you can request your records be shared with the Disability Services at NVU.  Please contact the NECC Learning Accommodations Office for more information.

Library Services

Northern Vermont University students are served by the NVU libraries — Samuel Read Hall Library on the Lyndon campus and the Willey Library on the Johnson campus.

All NVU at NECC students have a library account through which they can access services.

NVU at NECC students may also want to use the resources of the Northern Essex Libraries. There are libraries on both campuses. For more information on these libraries:

http://www.necc.mass.edu/library/

NVU at NECC students will be able to check books out of the NECC libraries once they have activated their NVU at NECC ID card at one of the libraries.

Veterans Services

The Veterans Services Office at Northern Vermont University and the Veterans Services Office at NECC plan to work closely with one another to provide a seamless support system for our veteran students. Professional staff can provide information on educational assistance and academic support. NVU at NECC student veterans should check in with the NVU contact who can then coordinate local support with the NECC contact.

Contact at NVU

Shane Mason, Student Services Consultant
Shane.Mason@NorthernVermont.edu
802.626.4851 

Contact at Northern Essex

Office of Veterans Services
SC216 100 Elliott St.
Haverhill, MA 01830
Jeff Williams, Veterans Services Coordinator
Phone: 978.556.3631
Email: veteransservices@necc.mass.edu

Veterans and Service Person’s Organization at NECC

The Veterans and Service Persons Organization functions as a beneficial organization to all veterans, service persons and their relatives, by informing and providing information on benefits mandated by federal, state, and private agencies. The organization will also serve as a group of support, fellowship and camaraderie, for all of the above mentioned. Learn more.

Veterans Club at NVU

The NVU Veterans Club is for student veterans and others members of the NVU community who would like to support veterans and their families. It’s a great way to make friends and integrate yourself into campus life. The club was instrumental in developing the Veterans Park at the NVU-Lyndon campus and receives funding from the Student Government Association.

Contact

Thom Anderson, Associate Dean of Faculty and Academic Programs
Thom.Anderson@NorthernVermont.edu
Harvey 123
P.O. Box 919, 1001 College Road,
Lyndonville, VT 05851
802.626.6208

Extracurricular Activities

Participating in campus clubs and activities is a proven way to polish your leadership skills. We encourage groups of like-minded, motivated students to form new clubs of their own! Creating and fostering a community of caring is central to who we are as a university.

NVU at NECC Community Service Club

A Society of Students in Service Together (ASSIST)
NVU believes that it is important to be good community members. We hope that NVU at NECC students get involved with the community. With this in mind, a branch of the community service club ASSIST, active on our Lyndon, VT campus, is being established on the NVU at NECC Lawrence campus as well. ASSIST gets students involved in bettering the community with a focus on specific, service related issues.

Have an idea for a club of your own? Contact NVU Student Life at LyndonStudentLife@NorthernVermont.edu or 802.626.6418.