Instructional Leadership, emphasis: K-12 School Leadership (MEd)
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Undergraduate and graduate applications


Undergraduate applications

Welcome to the Lumberjack family. We are excited to welcome you to NAU and help you succeed—whatever your boundless ambitions.

Find the best application for your status and plans at NAU. If you’re unsure what kind of student you should apply as, explore how to apply for greater details.

First-year students


Degree-seeking transfer students

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Transfer students attending in Flagstaff, statewide, online, or through Personalized Learning


Non-degree-seeking students


Post-baccalaureate and returning students


Graduate applications

Are you eligible for graduate study?

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If you have earned a bachelor’s degree from a college or university accredited by an appropriate regional accrediting association, you are eligible to apply for admission to NAU as a graduate student.

NAU admission requirements are the same whether you apply to the main campus in Flagstaff, an online graduate program, or any of our statewide locations.

Explore how to apply as a graduate to find additional information regarding dates, deadlines, program-specific requirements, and more. Some programs require separate applications or materials in addition to the Graduate College application. See your program’s page for details.