Northern Arizona University

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Northern Arizona University has a lot to be proud of, including its nationally ranked programs, its high-research status, and its emergence as a leader in sustainability, science, business, green building, and cultural arts.

Noted Flagstaff historian Dr. Platt Cline has characterized NAU as an institution that has thrived throughout the years due to our strong leadership, the devotion of former students and faculty, and community support for the school's success.

With exceptional Mentorship and Professional Partnerships - Northern Arizona University is open, collaborative, and a great place to forge relationships and pursue graduate study. You can expect one-on-one interactions with outstanding faculty and a close.

Advance professionally and personally -- whether you’re returning to college, transferring, or pursuing an advanced degree.

  • Career-focused instruction in high-demand areas: Develop new skills employers look for in today’s job market.
  • Experiential, hands-on learning: Learn from distinguished faculty with years of field experience.
  • Internship and fieldwork opportunities: Gain the experience you are proud to add to your resume.
  • Dozens of graduate and advanced degrees: Earn an advanced degree entirely online with other professionals in your field.

NAU serves approximately 25,000 students at the Flagstaff campus, more than 30 statewide locations, and online—offering nearly 150 combined undergraduate and graduate degree programs, all distinguished by an ongoing commitment to close student-faculty relationships.

We offer a rigorous, high-quality, and affordable education to all of our students. Find out more today!

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