Who and Where We Are
Karen Claus, Office Manager
N-509 Turner Hall, MC-047
Susan Helmink, Visiting Undergraduate Advising Coordinator
N-507 Turner Hall, MC-047
Piper Hodson, Director of the NRES Online M.S. Program and Student Services Coordinator
Trent Shumway, Undergraduate Recruiter
N-511 Turner Hall, MC-047
ACES Academic Programs Information & Protocols for Off-Campus Programs
A wealth of resources to answer your advising questions.
All online course materials are now required to be in Compass rather than on a department/unit's site. Campus instituted this requirement in order to protect your intellectual property and to help you avoid infringing on copyright.
Course Outline Form
Campus form from the Office of the Provost for the development of a new course. The form is available in PDF, MS Word, and Rich Text formats.
Course Fee Request
The Office of the Provost has very specific rules about course fees. NRES is only allowed to charge course fees for classes that have been approved.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act makes you responsible for protecting student academic information. All faculty should complete the FERPA Tutorial each year.
Field Trip Calendar
At the request of the Courses and Curriculum Committee, we have created a calendar on which faculty members should enter all required field trips. This will facilitate planning to minimize conflicts with other field trips, exams, and other required class activities.
Field Trip Acknowledgement of Risk and Release of Responsibility Form
Use the NRES form, which complies with the College of ACES Information & Protocol for Off-Campus Programs.
Information about grades and grade entry from the Registrar's Office
For information about the application review process and instructions for using my.aces
Graduate Adviser Short Guide
A one-page summary of NRES graduate requirements and other information for graduate advisers.
Photo/Video Release Form
Use the form in the College of ACES Information & Protocol for Off-Campus Programs
Recommended Syllabus Statements
Services Available to Students
The Student Affairs division of the University provides more than 15 sources of support for our students. While you are likely familiar with some of them (McKinley Health Center, International Student and Scholar Services, etc.), there are others of which you may be unaware (Veteran Student Support Services, Student Legal Services, and the Office of Student Conflict Resolution, for example). This PDF provides a summary of of the support resources available for our students.