Northern Arizona University
”Northern Arizona University is worth the investment – if you believe in the quality of the product, it’s easy to give,” says Lou Arminio. “We have a lot to be proud of here at NAU.”Arminio has worked for Northern Arizona University for 25 years. He has been with Information Technology Services (ITS) in different areas including academics, systems, and now security. He is instrumental in keeping the memory of Nancy K. Romero strong by giving to the Nancy Romero Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is named for a long time ITS employee. “Nancy was a great person to work with,” Arminio says, and ITS awarded the first scholarship in Spring 2010. Arminio is genuinely philanthropic, giving to numerous funds at NAU as well as volunteering his time as the NAU United Way Campus Coordinator for the last several years. He also works for the Volunteers for Outdoor AZ (VOAZ), a group that builds and maintains trails, restores riparian habitat, and protects threatened native species. http://www.voaz.org/default.aspx Although not an alum himself, Arminio is surrounded by NAU graduates: his wife Catherine ’80, his son Andrew ‘10, and his daughter Leah ‘11. We are proud to have the Arminios as part of the NAU family.