Campus employment can be obtained by submitting an application through NKU’s online employment system.
• Click the link on the middle of the page that says STUDENT EMPLOYMENT.
• Under Job Opportunities, click the link under STAFF & STUDENT JOB SEEKERS.
• There is a link on the left-hand side of this page: STUDENT EMPLOYMENT.
• This will direct your student to the Human Resources Online Employment Site, where available jobs are posted! Be sure to check back often! Employment opportunities become available throughout the semester.
NOTE: Some positions are designated as work study positions. To qualify for a work study position, your student must submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to the Office of Student Financial Assistance and be approved for the student work study program.
Medical services are located on the fourth floor of the University Center. The hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:00pm. To make an appointment, have your student call (859)-572-5650. The Office of Health, Counseling and Student Wellness also includes an emergency and urgent care facility listing on their website.
Walk-in services on campus include the following: Basic First Aid for minor wounds, Blood Pressure Monitoring, Confidential Pregnancy Test, and Diabetes Screening Nutritional Counseling for Weight Control, Over-the-Counter Medications, Referrals, Strep Throat Culture, Urinary Tract Infection Testing, and Vision & Hearing Screenings
Services by appointment include the following: Nurse Practitioner Appointments, Physical Exams, Immunotherapy, Flu Vaccines, Immunizations, and TB Skin Testing.
Most students are able to manage living on campus without a bike or car. However, it depends on your student's unique situation. Is he/she working off-campus? How far is he/she from home? These are a few questions to consider in the decision of whether or not a student needs a vehicle on campus.
All NKU students ride the Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) buses for free by showing their NKU All Card. There are several stops near campus and buses also go into Cincinnati and the surrounding areas. For more information on TANK, visit: http://www.tankbus.org/.
There are bike racks located throughout campus and in the Residential Village. Both bikes and cars are permitted on campus. Parking passes are required for vehicles paring on campus and are available through Parking Services. The Parking Services office is located across from BB&T Arena at Northern Kentucky University, on the top level of the Welcome Center Parking Garage. The office hours are Monday through Thursday from 7:30am-5:30pm and Friday from 7:30am-4:30pm. The office phone number is (859) 572-5505.
NKU’s FREE Parents Association is open to all current and alumni parents. The mission of the Parents Association is to:
Yes, there are computers labs available in two of the residence halls (University Suites & Callahan Hall) as well as multiple academic buildings on campus (Griffin Hall, the Math, Education & Psychology building, Founders Hall, Science Center). There are also multiple computers located in the Steely Library.
For the complete list of computer resources according to department, visit: http://it.nku.edu/svccatalog/labsprinting.html. For the specific locations of computers on campus visit: http://it.nku.edu/svccatalog/labsprinting/labs.html.