In alignment with our mission and values, Campus Living offers several focused housing options for various communities of on-campus residents.
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Explore traditional and contemporary aspects of Indigenous intellectual, social, and cultural life
The world comes together at Northern Arizona University’s International House on our Flagstaff campus. This centrally located residential community is designed around students who are passionate about global cultures, foreign languages, and learning new perspectives. With both international and American residents—representing 22 primary languages—you’ll have a diverse social circle and amplify your academic experience.
Gender-Inclusive Housing (GIH) was established in 2012 with the explicit goal of helping transgender, gender non-conforming, and questioning students experience a greater sense of safety and belonging while living on campus.
This vibrant, engaging, and academically-focused campus living community is a place for Honors students to connect, develop friendships, study and collaborate with others who are passionate about learning and challenging themselves.