Partnerships

MSA partners with campus resources and academic departments to provide opportunities for students to access resources within MSA spaces. If a faculty or staff member is interested in holding office hours at the MSA spaces, contact Colleen and Daphne.

Center for Awareness, Response and Education (CARE)

The Center for Awareness, Response and Education (CARE) serves students who have experienced sexual violence by providing information about resources and options, including counseling, health care, changing class schedules, changing housing arrangements, reporting to police and/or filing criminal charges, and filing complaints through the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution. Take advantage of CARE's visiting office hours held at MSA!

Office Hours with Eva Ball, Coordinator, Health Services Administration:

  • Wednesdays 4:00-5:00pm at African American Student Affairs (The Black House), First Floor Conference Room

Visit CARE's website at http://www.northwestern.edu/care/

Student Assistance and Support Services (SASS)

The Student Assistance and Support Services (SASS) team coordinates referrals and services for students to campus and community resources to promote well-being.  The SASS unit’s goal is to remove obstacles by creating a well-coordinated network of services that allow students to close the gap on any potential barriers to academic, co-curricular and social well-being. Take advantage of Student Assistance and Support Services's visiting office hours held at MSA!

Office Hours with Mona Dugo, Assistant Dean of Students:

  • Tuesdays 2:00-3:00pm at African American Student Affairs (The Black House), Room 201

Office Hours with Katrina Reynolds, Assistant Dean of Students:

  • Thursdays 1:00-2:00pm at African American Student Affairs (The Black House), Room 201

Visit SASS's website at http://www.northwestern.edu/studentaffairs/dos/programs-and-services/student-assistance-and-support-services-/

Study Abroad

The Northwestern University Study Abroad Office enriches the undergraduate curriculum by providing students with diverse educational opportunities, which change the way students think about themselves, their communities, and the world.

 Study Abroad offers a variety of services, including advising students about study abroad options and helping to identify programs that best meet their academic and professional goals, offering programs that facilitate learning inside and outside the classroom, immersion experiences, and rigorous academic opportunities, supporting students before they leave, while they are abroad, and after they return, and continuously assessing and enhancing education abroad opportunities at Northwestern. Take advantage of Study Abroad's visiting office hours held at MSA!

Office Hours with Jessica Fetridge, Assistant Director, Study Abroad Program:

  • Tuesdays 3:00-5:00pm at African American Student Affairs (The Black House), Room 201

Office Hours with Kayleigh Madjar, Peer Advisor, Study Abroad Program:

  • Tuesdays 7:00-9:00pm at the Multicultural Center (The MCC), Room 105

Visit Study Abroad's website at http://www.northwestern.edu/studentaffairs/dos/programs-and-services/student-assistance-and-support-services-/

Off Campus Life

Off Campus Life provides information about living off-campus and the resources available to students, from apartment hunting to city parking, how to be a good neighbor within the Evanston/Chicago-metro communities. Take advantage of Off Campus Life's visiting office hours held at MSA!

Office Hours with Anthony Kirchmeier, Director, Off Campus Life:

  • Tuesdays 2:00-3:00pm at African American Student Affairs (The Black House), Room 201

Visit Off Campus Life's website at http://www.northwestern.edu/offcampus/

University Chaplains Office

The Office of the University Chaplains is to promote spiritual growth and nurture at Northwestern University. Spiritual maturity including reflection on the meaning and purpose of human existence,appreciation for the depth and expanse of life, articulation of beliefs, development of spiritual resources to sustain one through good times and bad, a willingness to rethink values and to apply them to life, and a concern for the welfare of humankind and a capacity to act with confidence upon that concern. Spiritual maturity is enhanced by critical dialogue and community with members of one's own tradition and through encounter with differing traditions. Take advantage of the University Chaplains Office's visiting office hours held at MSA!

Office Hours with Jackie Marquez, Associate Chaplain:

  • Thursdays 11:00am-12:00pm at African American Student Affairs (The Black House), Room 201
  • Wednesdays 11:00am-12:00pm at the Multicultural Center (The MCC), Room 105

Office Hours with Kathryn Price, Chaplain Intern

  • Tuesdays 3:00pm-4:00pm at the Multicultural Center (The MCC), Room 105
  • Tuesdays 12:45pm-1:45pm at African American Student Affairs (The Black House), Room 201

Visit the University Chaplains Office website at http://www.northwestern.edu/religious-life/index.html

Residential Services

Residential Services strives to promote a sense of community and encourage the growth and development of each student in a variety of living environments. You can talk with Residential Services staff about roommate mediation techniques, assistance with feeling included in the residence halls, and any other questions you might have. Take advantage of the Rsidential Services' visiting office hours held at MSA!

Office Hours with Janelle Love, Residence Director:

  • Wednesdays 12:00-2:00pm at the Multicultural Center (The MCC), Room 105

Visit the Residential Services website at http://www.northwestern.edu/living/

University Academic Advising Center

The University Academic Advising Center assists students in developing meaningful educational plans that are compatible with their life goals. Using an intentional approach to academic advising based on advising theories and knowledge of counseling, the Center staff provide information about academic programs and resources, provide assistance to students in refining goals and objectives, understanding available choices, and assessing the consequences of alternative courses of action, and reinforce the philosophy that the ultimate responsibility for making decisions about educational plans and life goals rests with the individual student. Take advantage of the University Chaplains Office's visiting office hours held at MSA!

Office Hours with A. Francisco Castelan, Assistant Director, University Academic Advising Center:

  • Wednesdays 2:00pm-4:00pm at the Multicultural Center (The MCC), Room 105

Visit the University Academic Advising Center website at http://www.northwestern.edu/advising-center/

Teach for America

Teach For America corps members and alumni are helping lead an educational revolution in low-income communities across the country. Teach for America recruits a diverse group of leaders with a record of achievement who work to expand educational opportunity, starting by teaching for two years in a low-income community; and provides intensive training, support and career development that helps these leaders increase their impact and deepen their understanding of what it takes to eliminate educational inequity. Take advantage of Teach for America's visiting office hours held at MSA!

Office Hours with Eliza McNabb, Recruitment Manager:

  • Tuesdays 3:30-5:30pm at the Multicultural Center (The MCC), Room 105

Visit the Teach for America website at http://www.teachforamerica.org/

Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution

The Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution (formerly Judicial Affairs) provides leadership in resolving student conduct and conflict issues at Northwestern; supports the development of community, learning and integrity on campus and beyond; and manages the University's formal disciplinary processes,  the University Hearing and Appeals System (UHAS) and the Sexual Assault Hearing and Appeals System (SAHAS). In addressing conduct and conflict matters, our Office collaborates with several other campus offices, most notably University Residential Life and the Dean of Students Office, but it is the Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution that maintains all records documenting these incidents.  We also provide education and resources regarding community principles, ethical decision-making, and the peaceful and productive resolution of disputes.

Office Hours with Lance Watson, Michele Enos and Tara Sullivan (rotating):

  • Tuesdays 2:00pm-3:00pm at the Multicultural Center (The MCC), Room 105
  • Thursdays 12:00pm-1:00pm at African American Student Affairs (The Black House), Room 201

Visit the Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution website at http://www.northwestern.edu/student-conduct/