Student Enrichment Services and Support
Office of Student Enrichment Services and Support (OSESS) seeks to enrich the campus community by offering a broad range of programs and initiatives that promote and support student success throughout all aspects of the university experience. Through programs and services listed below, OSESS cultivates life skills and enhances self awareness skills that are critical to graduation, community living, and being a lifelong learner. These programs serve to connect students to resources, people, experiences, and opportunities to prepare them to lead lives of significance and service.
To find out about the support services and programs offered through the OSESS please email or call (773) 244-5737.
Make your transition to North Park easy with plenty of helpful information to guide you through the process. Find out how to apply, transfer credit, and learn more about life on campus.
Learn more about how the Office of Student Enrichment Services and Support can make accommodations and provide support for students with disabilities. We are committed to helping every student succeed.
There are plenty of ways to get involved on campus; Bridge and Voyage are just two ways to do that. Learn more about the types of activities and events offered at North Park.
Whether you're a new student or a current student, find out everything you need to know about registering for courses.
Need some help with your academics on campus? North Park offers several resources to assist students in successfully progressing through their academic responsibilities each semester, including group tutoring and supplemental instruction where students will learn to integrate course content and study skills.
After you have completed one semester at North Park, fill out our simple form to declare your major.
Threshold is a great experience that makes transitioning into college fun. You'll have plenty of time to get to know your fellow classmates, play games, take part in fun events, and also get all of your administrative and academic paperwork out of the way.
If a traditional undergraduate student is absent from the University for any length of time, an application for readmission must be made. Download the readmit application and learn more about readmission at North Park.