Located in Flagstaff, Arizona, Northern Arizona University (NAU) is a public research university with approximately 25,000 students and offers nearly 150 combined undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
The university offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees at it’s six colleges:
Life at NAU is diverse and exciting, but it also offers a range of student services just for you:
Student Learning Centers offer free tutoring and peer mentoring services, access to computer labs, and other resources for academic success.
Medical Services is an on-campus clinic that provides students, faculty, and staff with convenient and quality healthcare. Medical Services offers both primary and urgent care.
Counseling Services provides trained counselors who will help you cope with the adjustment to college life, relationships, anxiety and stress, and other issues.
Inclusion and Multicultural Services promotes academic success and personal growth with culturally-relevant services for students from historically underrepresented groups.
From intramurals and club sports to group fitness classes and personal training, Campus Recreation Services offers a variety of programs to help you stay active and healthy.
NAU has 15 NCAA Division I intercollegiate men’s and women’s sports programs. NAU teams compete at the Walkup Skydome, which is a multipurpose building which provides facilities for football, basketball, indoor track and field, soccer, weight lifting, lacrosse, student recreation, major concert events, commencements, intramurrals, and a variety of other university and community activities.
Flagstaff—or “Flag” as locals call it—is a small city located in the north central Arizona (60,000 population) with a thriving arts and culture scene such as the Orpheum Theater and the Lowell Observatory—one of the premiere deep space research sites in the world, and where Pluto was discovered! Flagstaff is also only 1.5 hours from the Grand Canyon and is situated at the base of San Francisco peaks, a 12,633-foot-high dormant volcano. Flagstaff is the county seat of Coconino County, the second largest in the United States, which encompasses Meteor Crater, the Painted Desert and Oak Creek Canyon. Flagstaff receives abundant snow fall and even hosts its own ski resort—Arizona Snowbowl, just 7 miles from downtown.
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