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Northwestern University and AccessibleNU are committed to providing a supportive and challenging environment for all undergraduate, graduate, professional school, and professional studies students with disabilities who attend the University.

Counseling and Academic Services (CAPS)

CAPS will continue to provide support services to all students following public health guidelines. Learn more about CAPS.

Health Promotion and Wellness

Northwestern encourages and supports our students in taking action on all eight interconnected dimensions of wellness in order to build everyday habits, which improve quality of life. Learn more about wellness resources.

Multicultural Student Affairs

Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) enriches the cultural experience of Northwestern through leadership and education programming; providing opportunities for community engagement and identity expression; and assisting students in navigating the University.

Religious & Spiritual Life

The primary mission of Religious & Spiritual Life is: “To support the quest for meaning and purpose through exploration, practice, and growth in our religiously diverse and inclusive communities.”

Student Affairs

Visit the Student Affairs website for access to information on health, involvement, inclusion, Life@NU, and much more.

Women's Center

 The Women's Center is committed to gender equality and inclusion at Northwestern University. Our center serves as a space for support, community, advocacy, and affirmation for women and other people who may be navigating marginalization on campus and in society. Learn more.