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The Northern Arizona University mission is to provide an outstanding undergraduate residential education strengthened by research, graduate and professional programs, and sophisticated methods of distance delivery. NAU is an accredited, high research university with its beautiful main campus located on 740 acres in Flagstaff, Arizona. The university values and promotes an ethnically rich and diverse university community and graduates individuals who are prepared to contribute to the social, economic, and environmental needs of a changing world.
NAU-Community Campuses are located at nearly 40 sites throughout the state The university’s fall 2013 student enrollment was record breaking; including undergraduate and graduate students at the Flagstaff campus, online, and at extended campuses throughout Arizona, students total 26,606. Check out
Facts or the Current NAU Fact Book 2013 that were compiled by our Office of Planning and Institutional Research from the past academic year. Also, check out NAU's Points of Pride.
We have an involved and committed student body at NAU. Check out the Student Characteristics or some of the below links that help you get a feel for our student
body. Find out more about NAU.
NAU At A GlanceRead More
Full Time Undergraduate Flagstaff Enrollment:18,769
Residential Population: over 8,500 students
87 Baccalaureate Degrees
38 Undergraduate Certificates
26 Graduate Certificates
48 Masters Degrees
10 Doctoral Degrees
Average Class Size: 31
Top Academic Programs (by enrollment):
Criminology and Criminal Justice
Hotel Restaurant Management
Campus:740 acres, including 22 residential buildings
Year Established: 1899
Alumni: NAU Alumni Association represents more than 125,809 alumni from the US.
Mascot: Louie the Lumberjack
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