Our focus on the complete student learning experience is a hallmark of an NAU degree. With a vast array of support services that help students succeed academically, personally, and professionally, NAU is deeply committed to its longstanding tradition of individual growth and development.
Be sure to take advantage of the many support programs to help you succeed academically—from advising and tutoring, to skill-building and research opportunities.
Push the boundaries of what you think is possible with programming and support to help you grow and succeed and connect with others. You’ll find specialized programming for first generation students, Native American and transfer students, as well as veteran services, career development and more.
Getting more involved on campus is a great way to enhance your college experience. Studies have shown that students who are involved in campus activities are more likely to be academically successful—plus, it’s a great way to meet new people who share your same interests and goals.
Health & wellness
We’ve made it easy to enjoy a healthy lifestyle with our recreational facilities, sport clubs, and outdoor adventures. And when you need medical care or mental health services, you can trust you’re in good hands.
Successful Transition and Academic Readiness
STAR is a residential summer bridge program where students take two classes for college credit, build peer connections through social activities, develop stronger academic skills through increased support, and get to be a successful college student.
First-generation college students receive personalized guidance and support throughout their four-year NAU experience. Scholars receive personalized support, including an annual scholarship of $5,000, and develop an Individual Strategic Plan that evolves with them.
Student Support Services
The programs, guidance, specialized services, and support available through Student Support Services keeps students on track to graduate. The program includes campus activities, group gatherings and meetings with peer mentors and professional staff. Participating students may be eligible for a grant up to $500.
Lumberjack Leaders Institute
Harness your unique life experiences, enhance your leadership skills, and give back to first-gen students as a certified First Generation Ambassador. You will improve your college portfolio and resume, becoming more competitive for leadership roles on campus and employment after you graduate.
Push the boundaries of what you think is possible with programming and support to help you grow and succeed and connect with others.
We have dedicated transfer resources to help you make the transition to NAU as smooth as possible.
Our award-winning Veterans Success Center serves all student veterans and military-connected members with academic and financial resources.
Discover individualized support in a caring and professional environment that respects and values our American Indian, Alaskan Native, and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander students.
All students are invited to explore academic and personal growth through mentoring, multicultural and LGBTQA programs, and campus-wide initiatives designed to instill a respect for diversity.