Student Non-academic Assistance Program (SNAP)
NPRC works hard to help students succeed in all areas of life. Their well-being is a priority. That’s why we partnered with Higher Ed EAP to provide students with free, confidential self-help, counseling, or other problem-solving benefits and resources.
College can be challenging and seeking help from a counselor for anxiety or grief, work/life support, or self-help resources should be easy and accessible. While these services are confidential, your Student Success Specialist can help you navigate this resource if you choose. There are a number of topics and resources covered by the Higher Ed EAP including, but not limited to:
- Work-life balance,
- Emotional well-being,
- Adoption and childcare,
- Loss and grief,
- Professional development, and
- Personal finance.
Students who would like to use this resource must be 18 years of age or older. For more information on how to use these resources, contact your Student Success Specialist or log into your Desire2Learn portal to access your Student Resources.
If you are an NPRC student under the age of 18, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for access to similar resources.