All students are invited to explore their academic and personal growth through mentoring, multicultural and LGBTQA programs, and campus-wide initiatives designed to instill a respect for diversity.
About 40 percent of NAU freshmen will become first in their families to earn a four-year college degree. Discover a range of specialized programs and resources that help these students be successful in college.
Build a strong support network and find academic and social success through individualized support and programs in a caring, professional environment that respects and values Native culture.
Targeted programs and services that support student veterans and military-connected members as they transition from military to student life.
Discover an entire center devoted to helping students transferring to the Flagstaff campus get connected academically and socially.
Mentoring program for out-of-state students, aiding the freshmen transition to university life.
Take advantage of mentoring programs that encourage behaviors that support academic success, self-discovery, and skill development.
Get help finding part-time jobs and internships, and discover resources to set you up for a successful future in your desired career.
Find information about the internship process, including available internship programs, offices and contacts across campus.