The Office of New Student & Family Programs (NSFP) assists in the transition of new students & their families to Northeastern Illinois University by providing information about academic, social and cultural resources available. Our department prides itself on creating a welcoming supportive environment, conducive to student learning and growth. Through our orientation programs, testing services & comprehensive parent/family programing, we are dedicated to helping students, develop, graduate & succeed.
Welcome! You are on this page because you are taking the first step to better equip yourself for a successful transition to Northeastern Ilinois University!
You are exactly where you are meant to be! We are excited you have decided to join the Golden Eagle family and continue your academic future with us!
Testing Services administers and coordinates a variety of assessment programs and services, including placement testing in English (Writing and Reading) and Mathematics.
New Student Orientation
Orientation assists new students with a successful transition to Northeastern Illinois University by preparing students for the academic, social, and cultural opportunities of the University, while also supporting parents, partners, guardians and children of new students.
Family and Parent Programming
New Student and Family Programs (NSFP) is located on the 5th floor of the Sachs Administration Building (C-Building). You can email us at NSFP@neiu.edu.
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