NACP Related Opportunities
NAU Graduate Programs Fall Showcase
The Northern Arizona University (NAU) Showcase is a two-day visit with all expenses paid. The program is designed to offer students the opportunity to explore higher education degree programs at NAU. The visit will introduce students to NAU and its top rated health and science degree programs. In addition, participants will meet with current faculty and students at NAU. This unique program is sponsored by the Partnership for Native American Cancer Prevention (NACP) program.
Fall Application Due Date: September 9, 2016
Fall Visitation Dates: September 22-23, 2016
The showcase will include opportunities such as:
- Meet with representatives in admissions and financial aid. Representatives from NAU's Undergraduate Admissions, the Graduate College, and the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid will present information about the admissions process and funding resources with students.
- Meet with representatives from the different colleges at NAU. NAU provides students with intellectual rigor, accessible faculty, and a wide range of undergraduate majors and graduate programs. A representative from colleges in the health and sciences at the Flagstaff Mountain Campus and the Phoenix Biomedical Campus will introduce information about their college and its programs.
- Tour NAU. The Flagstaff Mountain campus is home to historic and some of the greenest buildings in the world, all coexisting and surrounded by soaring pine trees and a view of the highest mountains in Arizona. Students will tour campus which includes a visit to the Native American Cultural Center (NACC), lunch at one of the many dining centers on campus, and a look at campus culture.
- Tour research labs and meet with professors and students. Research at NAU expands and grows knowledge and is also recognized as a major research university. Students will tour research labs on campus and will meet faculty members and students conducting research.