Academic Support
Academic Support
Academic Support
Academic Support

Academic Support

Academic Support

Naropa is committed to the academic success of its students. From coaching to advising to specific skill building resources we make it a priority to support learning.

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Academic Coaching

The Academic Coaching Program (ACP) offers personalized academic coaching to students who want extra support to successfully meet their academic goals. 

Undergraduate Advising

Undergraduate Advising

All students are assigned an Academic Advisor, who is responsible for guiding students through their academic journey at Naropa, beginning with new student orientation and ending with graduation.

Undergraduate Advising

Graduate Advising

Advisors serve as a referral resource for campus services and assist students in making well-informed decisions regarding their education.

Naropa Writing Center

Naropa Writing Center

The Naropa Writing Center's goal is to be an effective resource for all members of the Naropa community (students, staff, faculty, alumni) by providing a respectful, collaborative, and engaged learning environment for all writers. 

Online Student Support

Naropa’s online and low-residency students have access to the student support and community resources offered in our on-campus programs. Whether you live in California or Katmandu, you can engage the full suite of Naropa’s academic and personal support services through our online platforms.

Allen Ginsberg Library

On July 3, 1994, Boulder Mayor Leslie Durgin proclaimed the day to be Allen Ginsberg Day. The new library was dedicated in ceremony in Allen's honor, with poetry readings, tributes and seven Buddhist monks chanting blessings.

Office of Accessibility

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section #504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Office of Accessibility coordinates the university's efforts to provide full access to educational, cultural and other programs sponsored by the university for qualified students with disabilities.