Assistance, resources, support, and interventions to members of the NOVA community in order to positively impact emotional development, healthy social skills, and enhance academic success.
NOVA is committed to ensuring all students have an opportunity to pursue a college education regardless of the presence or absence of a disability. NOVA makes reasonable accommodations in providing course, program, and building modification, and/or auxiliary aids and services in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) of 2008. No academically qualified student with a disability will be denied access to or participation in the services, programs, and activities, of the College.
The mission of the Financial Stability and Advocacy Centers is to enhance student capability for academic success by providing personalized services that build strong financial foundations and access to community resources.
The Office of Miitary and Veteran Services (OMVS) is designed to provide comprehensive resources to veterans and military related personnel who are utilizing VA and tuition assistant educational benefits.
Some of our students want access to American higher education, some want entry or advancement in the workforce, and some want to improve their English language skills.
NOVA has two programs to help students improve their English language skills - College ESL and the American Culture and Language Institute (ACLI). Students can enroll in the NOVA ESL program that meets their need.