By the numbers: key facts and university statistics

Facts 

Academics

Number of undergraduate degree programs: 87
Number of graduate degree programs: 58
Average class size: 38
Number of online degree programs: 68

Tuition

Flagstaff campus undergraduates: Fall 2013

Flagstaff campus undergraduates

Incoming Arizona resident

$8,871 (guaranteed for four years)

Incoming nonresident

$21,226 (guaranteed for four years)

Incoming Western Undergraduate Exchange students

$13,308 (guaranteed for four years)

*Partial list of tuition rates. For a full listing, visit Student and Departmental Account Services.

Enrollment (Fall 2013)

Total

26,606

Flagstaff campus

19,320

Community campuses

2,947

Yuma

541

Online

3,798

Total faculty and staff*

4,419

Full-time faculty*

900

* 2012 data

Location (main campus)

City: Flagstaff
Elevation: 7,000 feet
Average number of sunny days: 288
Mountain range: San Francisco Peaks

Student demographics (Fall 2013)

Male

10,802

Female

15,804

Arizona resident

18,877

Non-Arizona resident

7,729

Colleges within the university: 7

Athletics

Mascot: Louie the Lumberjack
Number of sports teams: 13
Division: NCAA Division IAA
Conferences: Big Sky, Western Athletic Conference (swimming only)
Website: nauathletics.com 

Overview

Established: 1899
Type: Public
President: Rita Cheng
Provost: Laura Huenneke
Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools