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You’ll find tight-knit communities at Northern Arizona University.
As you pursue your degree, there are numerous places to study – both inside and outside – on our beautiful campus.
Flagstaff sits at 7,000 feet and has four distinct seasons – including a sometimes snowy and often sunny winter.
The Flagstaff campus has some of the “greenest” buildings in the country – which serve students as great locations for learning and inspiration.
With more than 200 clubs and organizations, you can find the social circle that’s right for you.
Part of the excitement of going to college is meeting new people. The Flagstaff campus has lots of open places and social spaces, including the University Union.
The Flagstaff campus offers numerous opportunities for students to build friendships and see what’s happening.
Fun with friends on a spring day. The north campus contains some of the first buildings built for the university, which was founded in 1899.
Community, collaboration, and working in teams are important parts of the university experience.
Nestled beneath the San Francisco Peaks, the Flagstaff campus offers an unparalleled setting to learn and grow.
Students gather inside the University Union to socialize and grab lunch. Northern Arizona University offers dozens of dining options that appeal to nearly every palate.
Spend four years forming friendships that will last a lifetime.