Take the first step toward your future—receiving an excellent education—with our simple, straightforward online application process. You can also print an application and mail it to us:
Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation
Flagstaff, AZ 86011-4084
You’ll receive an admission decision quickly, so you can spend more time preparing for college.
What you’ll need to apply
You’ll need to:
- meet the university’s admissions requirements
- pay a $25 non-refundable application fee
- complete the application— you may self-report if you are a freshman applying to attend the Flagstaff campus
- send your official ACT and/or SAT scores for scholarship consideration
- apply by the deadline assigned for the semester you wish to start:
| || ||Priority Deadline|| |
|First-year/freshman students||July 1|
Applications must be received by the specified deadline. Applications received after these deadlines, will be processed for the following major term. (i.e. fall to spring, spring to fall.)
| ||Transfer students||July 1|
|Spring Semester||First-year/freshman students|| December 1|
| ||Transfer students||December 1|
|Summer Semester(s)||First-year/freshman students||May 1 |
| ||Transfer students||May 1|
How to apply
Step 1: Apply online to the campus you want to attend
Step 2: Submit your official transcripts to the university
If you are applying to be a freshman on the Flagstaff campus
You may self-report your high school course and grades on your application. If you are admitted, it is on the condition that your self-report and official transcripts match. (Send your official transcripts after you have accepted your offer and have graduated from high school.
If you are a transfer applicant
Please send official transcripts and will not be able to self-report.
Copies of your official transcripts must be sent in a sealed envelope directly from your high school community college and/or university to:
Northern Arizona University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation
PO Box 4084
Flagstaff, AZ 86011-4084
Step 3: Submit official ACT and/or SAT scores to the university
ACT and SAT scores are not required for admission, but are required if you like to be considered for scholarships.
You can submit the scores by having them sent directly to us from ACT or SAT (enter school code 0086 for the ACTs and 4006 for the SATs)
Step 4: Admissions decision
Once your application is received, you can expect to receive a letter to confirm that we are reviewing your application.
For Flagstaff campus applicants, admission decisions are made once an application is complete. You are encouraged to check your application status during the review process.