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NMT Student Support Services LogoThe OSL is moving online!

Beginning Monday, April 6th, OSL tutors will be available to assist all NMT students through the end of the semester.

The OSL will be using Discord for drop-in tutoring services. Follow the instructions below to get connected to OSL Tutors, Department TAs, and general help.

Follow the instructions below to access the OSL Online:

  1. Make a Discord account, if you don't already have one.
  2. Fill out the Discord Invitation Request Form , all users must fill out this form to gain access to the OSL server.
  3. Select the invitation link that will be included in the form confirmation email.
  4. Follow the Discord tutorial, start asking questions!

Tutors & TAs will be available in the subject/course specific channels to answer your questions. If more in-depth help is needed, they will invite you to an online tutoring environment where you can share your screen, video chat, and work through problems.

See Academic Coaching Services below for detailed instructions, student responsibilities, and technical requirements. 

OSL services and support:

The OSL is moving online, but our hours will remain the same:

Location: Online, Beginning Monday, April 6th

Monday - Thursday | 10 AM - 10 PM

Friday | 10 AM - 5 PM

Sundays | 7 PM - 10 PM




Our Vision

The Office for Student Learning strives to be the center for academic student support programs and services that promote student engagement, development and self-efficacy.

Our Mission

The Office for Student Learning is a nexus for student academic support initiatives and seeks to work with curricular and co-curricular programs to foster opportunities for student learning. The OSL provides a space and framework to develop community, foster collaboration, and pilot new ideas. This work is accomplished through a progressive and consistent assessment of student learning outcomes to ensure our work contributes to the advancement of our students and institution.

 


 The OSL Suggestion Box

Let us know what we're doing right, what we got wrong and how we can help you succeed at Tech!