About the School of Forestry
NAU’s nationally accredited school offers undergraduate and graduate degrees
The School of Forestry at Northern Arizona University is perfectly located to give students pursuing forestry degrees an exceptional learning environment. With five life zones within fifty miles of campus and six climate zones in the state, as well as NAU’s Centennial Forest facility, those looking for forestry careers have come to the right place.
Admission to NAU’s School of Forestry
The first step to your career in forestry is to apply to NAU. Once accepted, your assigned advisor will guide you through the enrollment process.
Northern Arizona University School of Forestry is known for its cutting-edge research.
Flagstaff is surrounded by the Coconino National Forest, part of the largest ponderosa pine forest in the world and home to a landscape that includes mountains, canyons, streams, lakes, and the famous red rocks of Sedona.
Our youth programs
Every summer, NAU hosts several camp-style programs for kids ages 9-16. Find out more about these programs, as well as our camp facilities in the heart of the Cononino National Forest.