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Military Student Services:
Military Student Services (MSS) assists military students with the following services:
- Processing of military and veteran educational benefits,
- Social and educational programs
- Mental Health Advising, and
- Individual student advocacy.
The office will utilize its collaborative relationships to ensure counseling and access-ability resources; admissions processing; academic advising; and orientation programs.
For the services listed above, please contact us at 815-753-0691.
**REMINDER** - Due to maintenance in Adams Hall, MSS will be working out of the OCNTSS office and lounge on Wednesday, December 17. Please drop by for all your needs or call 753-9999. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Career Services will be hosting Resume Express. Career services staff will be available to review resumes in the Barsema Atrium.Web: www.niu.edu/careerservices
Feb. 23 NIU Educators' Job Fair
Mar. 26 Retail Leadership Expo
Important Benefits Information:
Military Student Services must receive enrollment certifications, unofficial transcripts reports (MYNIU) each semester indicating which benefits you want us to apply. Click here for forms.
New payment rates for all benefits effective August 1, 2014 have been established. Click here to see new rates.
Enrollment forms must be turned in a week before the start of a semester to avoid late fees being added to your NIU account.
**FYI**- The first day that the 2015-2016 FAFSA application is available is January 1, 2015. Whenever possible students are encouraged to complete the FAFSA as early as possible to ensure sufficient time to complete the review of their financial aid eligibility.
Undergraduate students, particularly those who do not know if they will be eligible for the Illinois Monetary Assistance Program (MAP) Grant or those who have received MAP in previous years, are strongly encouraged to complete the FAFSA as early as possible to determine their eligibility for MAP in the 2015-2016 academic year.
The FAFSA can be completed online at: fafsa.ed.gov
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