Lifelong learning through NAU Road Scholar
The Road Scholar® program at NAU began offering educational travel programs throughout the greater Southwest in 1983. Since its inception the program has hosted over 110,000 adult participants from across the country, exposing them to regional wonders with the guidance of staff and faculty from Northern Arizona University. Annual enrollments average 4,000.
In the American Southwest, a saguaro cactus stands sentry over a desert jackrabbit. An abandoned cliff dwelling is a reminder of Native American heritage. At sunset, the red-rock landscape glows as if plugged in. Led by expert instructors and leaders affiliated with Northern Arizona University, be immersed in history, culture, and geography as you discover this idyllic region’s national parks, urban centers, and off-the-beaten-path locales by foot, rail, raft, coach, and camera.
NAU Road Scholar® has found the following information to be a valuable resource, offering downloadable forms and helpful links.
Road Scholar Field StaffAccordion Closed
Dr. Stanley Beus
Cheryl “Cherlita” Brenman
Official National Park & Monument SitesAccordion Closed
Other Points of InterestAccordion Closed
Visitor InformationAccordion Closed
Travel – GeneralAccordion Closed
NAU Road Scholar® Tutoring QuestionnairesAccordion Closed
We invite you to learn more!
Visit the National Road Scholar® site or call Northern Arizona University’s Road Scholar® program directly at (928) 523-2359