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Mesa Campus Building Hours

Effective, Monday, August 8, 2022, the Mesa campus will have new building hours. 
They are as follows:

The 2nd and 3rd-floor lab spaces in the main building (including the Anatomy lab) that contain special tools and equipment necessary to study, will be open for students until the building closes.

ATSU’s Mesa, Arizona campus buildings hours:

Building 5850 (including A.T. Still Memorial Library)
6:30 a.m.-11:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, access is limited to the first floor only

Buildings 5835, 5845, and 5855
Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, closed

If you have any questions, please go to the Security desk, located in the main building (5850).

Learning Resources & Accommodation Services

Behavioral Health & Wellness

Diversity and Inclusion

Emergency Operation Plan

Tuition Payment - When and How

When to pay

Tuition is due on or before the first day of the semester.  To avoid late fees, payments must be made on or before the first day of the semester.

How to pay

Payments will be made through our third party partner, ACI Worldwide.  You now have the option of paying by debit/credit card or by e-check.  You can avoid paying the 2.25% credit card convenience fee by paying online with an e-check through your checking or saving account. 


  • Sign on to the ATSU Portal using your portal username and password.
  • Click on Resources
  • Click on Academic Resources
  • Click on the Campus Nexus Student Portal link
  • Login using your ATSU login (leave the off the username) and password
  • Click on the My Account, then Account Information
  • Select the Accounts Details tab


  • From the Accounts Details tab (see above), select the link at the top that says, "To pay your tuition please click here"
  • Follow the instructions on the screen to how you will be making your payment
  • You will be directed to the ACI payment portal.   The name on the portal will be "Official Payment"
  • Follow the instructions for your preferred payment method
  • ACI helpdesk is available 24/7 at 866-964-4020.

If you have any questions regarding your payment

Please email the Finance Office at: or call 1-866-626-2878 ext. 2028


NBCOT Prep Course Information

2024 NBCOT Prep Course

When:  -- May 11th & 12th--

Where:  -- 5850 Ironwood 1st Floor --

Who: MSOT 2024 and OTDE 2024 cohorts

NBCOT Application Instructions

1. Once all assignments/evaluations/presentations have been submitted/completed, your grade will be submitted to the registrar. 
2. Create a MyNBCOT account at, complete the exam application and make the payment for your exam.
3. Students must request that their OFFICIAL transcript be sent to:
 NBCOT, Inc. One Bank Street, Suite 300 Gaithersburg, MD 20878
Enrollment services will complete a degree audit to ensure that you have completed all of the required courses. Once the audit is complete, your transcript will be sent to NBCOT, Inc.
If you have questions regarding your transcript, please contact enrollment services at or call 660.626.2019 . Enrollment Services states that " transcript requests are processed within 2 - 4 business days".
4. Once NBCOT has approved your application, you will be emailed an Authorization to Test (ATT) letter. "The ATT letter is active for 90 days. Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ATT letters will now be valid for 180 days. A request to reissue an ATT letter for an additional 90 days must occur while the original ATT letter and exam application are still valid" (NBCOT, 2021).
5. Once you receive your ATT letter, you may schedule your exam with a Prometrics Testing Center.

Useful Links

IT HelpDesk

For assistance with: Canvas; ATSU email accounts; computer issues or any other IT related things - contact the Help Desk

1-866-626-2878 ext. 2200 or submit a ticket by clicking on the ITS Service Desk app in the ATSU Portal.

Health Professions Core Resources:

Writing Skills:  The following links are available to assist with writing skills improvement


TimelyCare services

A.T. Still University (ATSU) has teamed up with TimelyMDthe leading virtual health and well-being solution in higher education, to offer students free and equitable access to medical and mental health support through the TimelyCare platform.

TimelyCare services will replace the services provided through Well Connect. 

Beginning July 1, 2022 all residential students have access to TimelyCare’s virtual health and mental healthcare options. 

Students will go to and follow prompts to sign up with their ATSU email address. 

TimelyCare serves as a 24/7 virtual extension of ATSU Behavioral Health & Wellness resources with the goal of improving student well-being, engagement, and retention.

Through TimelyCare, via their phone or other device, ATSU students can now select from a wide-ranging menu of virtual care options from licensed physicians and counselors in all 50 states – at no cost and without the hassle of traditional insurance – including: 

  • On-demand medical care
  • Appointment-based medical care
  • On-demand mental health support (TalkNow)
  • Appointment-based mental health counseling
  • Psychiatric support
  • Health coaching
  • Digital self-care content

Additionally, faculty and staff have access to support empowering them to guide students to TimelyCare resources to help students achieve a sense of well-being, live healthier lifestyles, and improve their mental health. Faculty can call 833-4-TIMELY, 24/7 and 365.

The partnership with TimelyMD allows ATSU to deliver a hybrid model of clinical care combining the best of in-person and virtual care services. Benefits to students include:

  • Convenient 24/7 care – Physical and mental health issues often present themselves outside regular business hours, and TimelyCare makes seeking support or treatment as easy and convenient as making a video or phone call. Nationally, about 40% of mental healthcare visits through TimelyCare occur after hours.
  • Reduced wait times – Typical consultations for on-demand services through TimelyCare begin within five to 10 minutes – less than the amount of time it takes to walk across campus.
  • Diverse provider network – In addition to being from diverse backgrounds, TimelyMD providers are trained to be culturally competent. For example, more than 60% of mental health providers are BIPOC, and the platform also offers providers who self-identify as LGBTQ+, speak multiple languages, and/or celebrate various religious traditions. Students can choose to meet with a specific provider or select the first available.
  • Peace of mind – TimelyCare is a safe, secure, and HIPAA-compliant platform following campus-specific protocols to facilitate care coordination and follow-up to ensure continuity of care. Integrations with leading learning management systems ensure students have even more on-ramps to in-the-moment support whenever they need it.


Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Wellness Tips:

  1. 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline is now live! Text & call available 24/7. Learn more at
  2. Take advantage of cooler weather and check out the Phoenix Zoo, Camelback mountain or attend a D-Backs game.
  3. Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! This is your friendly reminder to drink some water.
  4. Complete TimelyCare registration

Drug & Alcohol Abuse Prevention

The University Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program (DAAPP) has information regarding drug and alcohol laws and ATSU policies on drug and alcohol abuse prevention. The DAAPP includes ATSU Policy 90-324: Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace and the Student Drug & Alcohol Abuse and Prevention (DAAP) policy. Both the employee and student policies contain descriptions of health risks, legal sanctions, and counseling, treatment, and rehabilitation resources. The DAAPP may be found online at Here is a pdf version of the DAAPP. A paper copy is available upon request to John Gardner, johngardner@atsu.edu660.626.2113.

Annual Security (& Fire Safety) Reports

Annual Security Reports (ASRs) provide important information about crime statistics and ATSU policies concerning safety, security, emergency notifications and timely warnings, sexual offenses, and alcohol/drug use. All ASRs may be found online at Here is a copy of the PDF version of the Mesa ASRs. Paper copies are available upon request to John Gardner, johngardner@atsu.edu660.626.2113