International Student Resources
Resources for students at NAU
There are many offices and organizations across NAU that are here to serve students. Listed below are just a few of the resources you as an international student can utilize during your time at NAU.
Center for International Education | nau.edu/cie
The office to go to if you don’t know where to go. Check out up to date international student events & workshops on our social media @nauintl
International Student and Scholar Services | nau.edu/isss
Assists international students, scholars and employees with immigration status, visa and work permits, scholarships, CIE hosted events, student programming, campus resources and more through support and advocacy.
International Admissions & Recruitment | nau.edu/cie/international-admissions
International Admissions and Recruitments processes international student undergraduate and graduate admissions, transfer credit evaluation, and collaborates with high school and community college counselors to support student transitions.
Education Abroad | nau.edu/education-abroad
Did you know that as an international student you can study abroad too? NAU offers 500+ programs in 76 countries! We encourage all NAU students (both international and domestic) to explore opportunities around the world to help satisfy degree requirements for your major. We offer traditional exchange programs, faculty-led programs, and provider programs that can cost the same or less than your tuition rate at NAU!
Interdisciplinary Global Program | nau.edu/igp
NAU’s Interdisciplinary Global Programs (IGP) is a dual degree undergraduate program in which students earn a BS degree in a STEM or Business field and a BA degree in one of five languages. All IGP students spend their fourth year abroad completing both coursework and a full-time fieldwork experience, while immersed in the host country’s culture and language. IGP’s primary focus is on global professional development for diverse student leaders. International degree seeking students are welcome to apply to gain this unique opportunity to further amplify their global ambitions. Apply today!
NAU Community (web portal) | my.nau.edu
An online portal where you can access student information, events, resources as well as social and discussion groups. Some of the resources below can be accessed through the portal.
Appointment Planner | appointments.nau.edu
An online portal where you can schedule appointments with academic advisors and mentoring programs across campus.
Jacks Path | jackspath.nau.edu
A tool to determine what credits will transfer to NAU from other institutions.
Jacks Print | in.nau.edu/louie/jacks-print
Web Print allows you to upload and print files to any printer from anywhere on campus.
Student Technology Center | in.nau.edu/its/students
Students can speak directly to a tech via phone or email for technical issues regarding LOUIE, BBlearn, password changes, security and remote services.
Cline Library | nau.edu/library
Open 24/5 during the academic semester, students have access to a wide array of services, materials, resources, spaces, librarians, free equipment rental (laptops, chargers, cameras and more) and research assistance.
Academic English Support | in.nau.edu/academic-success-centers/academic-support
One-on-one tutoring is available for any student who seeks to improve their English language skills. AcES tutors are graduate students pursuing a Master’s degree in Teaching English as a Second Language.
Interdisciplinary Writing Program & University Writing Commons | in.nau.edu/interdisciplinary-writing-program
Offer writing resources to all students, faculty and staff by providing feedback and assistance with all stages of the writing process across all disciplines.
Academic Success Center (ASC) | in.nau.edu/academic-success-centers
Offers tutoring, supplemental instruction, academic mentoring, and workshops. Test prep courses and the Testing Center are also housed in the ASC.
University Advising | in.nau.edu/university-advising
Academic advisors are available to assist with course selection, degree planning and overall support. Students can find their assigned advisor at my.nau.edu or on LOUIE.
Office of the Registrar | in.nau.edu/registrar
Assists students with academic records, course enrollments, degree/graduation requirements, official and unofficial transcripts and verification of enrollments (VOEs).
Disability Resources | in.nau.edu/disability-resources
Provides resources, advocacy, and accommodations for students with documented disabilities. The Usable Materials Center assists faculty in making course content accessible.
Career & Mentoring Support
Career Development | in.nau.edu/career
Provides career advising, workshops/guest lectures, internships and online career education resources.
Handshake | in.nau.edu/career/handshake
The online portal for on-campus and off-campus job postings, career fairs, and other career events.
On-Campus Student Employment | in.nau.edu/career/student-employment
Serves as a centralized resource for student employment and internships. Oversees online and on-campus recruitment.
Graduate College | nau.edu/graduate-college
Assists, supports, and advocates for students in their master’s, doctoral and professional programs while promoting graduate student achievements, research, and scholarship.
First-Generation Programs | nau.edu/first-gen
Mentoring programs and resources for low-income, first-generation or students with documented disabilities.
Office of Inclusion: Multicultural and LGBTQIA Student Services (IMQ) | in.nau.edu/inclusion
Provides culturally relevant services and support to students of all backgrounds.
Office of Indigenous Student Success | in.nau.edu/iss
Offers guidance and support to Indigenous students regarding academics, financial literacy, and community connections.
Peer Jacks Mentoring | nau.edu/peer
Assists first-year, out-of-state students with the university transition through mentoring and social activities.
Transfer and Online Connections | nau.edu/transfer-online-connections
Mentoring, social connections, and events for transfer and online students.
W.A. Franke College of Business Center Development Office | in.nau.edu/franke-career
Offers a multitude of resources, workshops, and professional skill-building opportunities to business students to ensure that you are ready for anything—during and after your time at NAU.
Student Service Center | nau.edu/ssc
First stop for triaging registration, financial aid, and student account issues.
International Student Scholarships | nau.edu/isss/scholarships
The Center for International Education (CIE) offers several scholarships for international students. More details regarding CIE scholarships, as well as additional NAU scholarships and outside resources can be found on the website.
Graduate Assistantships | nau.edu/graduate-college/graduate-assistantships-tuition-waivers
Graduate assistantships (GAs) are an outstanding way to fund graduate education as international graduate students at NAU while simultaneously developing professional skills. Graduate assistants perform vital teaching, research, and service duties to their program and earn a stipend for their work.
Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid | nau.edu/finaid
Assists students in applying for and managing financial resources for college, including loans, scholarships, and grants.
Health & Wellness
Campus Health Services (Medical) | nau.edu/medical-services
Comprehensive medical care facility for preventive, routine, and immediate care, physical therapy, immunizations, group acupuncture, and nutrition.
Counseling Services | nau.edu/counseling
Individual, couples, and group counseling, as well as support for psychological emergencies. The first session is free.
Crisis Response Network | https://crisis.solari-inc.org/
Text “connect” to 741741
Available 24/7/365 for anyone experiencing a mental health crisis.
Health Promotion | nau.edu/healthpromotion
Programs and free resources to help students stay healthy and safe. Topics include nutrition, relationships, sexual health, sexual violence, stress and substance use.
Live Well NAU | nau.edu/livewell
An online wellness resource and holistic framework that makes it easy for students to improve all dimensions of their wellbeing. Students can visit the website to complete a wellness self-assessment, find wellness-oriented events and explore relevant wellness resources across campus.
FIT program | nau.edu/fit
Reduce your stress, build social connections and earn academic credit by adding physical activity into your weekly schedule through FIT 100 courses.
Budget Friendly Nutrition Resources | in.nau.edu/campus-health-services/budget-friendly-nutrition-resources
On this page, you will find numerous nutrition resources that will help you stay healthy and within your budget. Check out the various recipes, tools, tips, and tricks at this link to get started!
Louie’s Cupboard (food pantry) | in.nau.edu/dean-of-students/louies-cupboard
Helping students and staff by providing perishable and nonperishable food and resources to those in need on campus.
Louie’s Leftovers | in.nau.edu/experience-design/louies-leftovers
Through the NAUGo app, students can sign up to receive notifications when there is leftover food at campus events.
NAU Dental Hygiene Clinic | nau.edu/dental-hygiene/clinic
You can receive affordable, preventative dental services at Northern Arizona University’s Dental Hygiene Clinic. Focused students and experienced faculty manage the cutting-edge clinic with flexible hours that fit your schedule.
UCAN University Coaching for Activity and Nutrition | nau.edu/ucan
UCAN health coaches are compassionate NAU students who understand the challenges of college. They have completed a minimum of 45 hours of health coaching training and are ready to help you tackle health-supporting changes
International Organizations & Programs | in.nau.edu/inclusion/clubs
Learn about and join diverse, multicultural and inclusion clubs on campus such as the International Club, International Friends and many more!
ASNAU | nau.edu/asnau
The voice for students at the campus, local, state, and national levels. International students are encouraged to take on leadership roles with ASNAU as an opportunity to get more involved and represent the international student community on campus.
True Blue Connects | nau.edu/trueblueconnects
Check out and join the 300+ NAU student clubs and organizations as well as campus events or create your own club!
Campus Recreation | nau.edu/rec
Offers a variety of programs, support services and facilities for use such as the Rec Center & Gym, Intra-murals, Aquatics, sports clubs and more to members. As a current enrolled NAU student, you are already a member!
SUN Entertainment | nau.edu/sun
Learn student-sponsored events such as comedians, concerts, casino nights and more happening on campus.
Fraternity and Sorority Life | nau.edu/fsl
Provides a social and academic support Greek-Life system designed to give a well-rounded and enriching college experience.
Living on campus
Residence Life | nau.edu/reslife
Resident Assistants (RAs) and Hall Directors available to assist all residential students with housing-related questions or needs.
Residential Colleges | nau.edu/reslife/residential-colleges
For first year students, Residential College Ambassadors (RCAs) are available to support students’ affiliation to their academic college through one-on-one assistance, college events, and faculty connections.
International House | nau.edu/cie/campus-community/international-house
This centrally located residence community (Campus Heights) is designed around students who are passionate about global cultures, foreign languages, and learning new perspectives. With both international and domestic student residents, you’ll have a diverse social circle and amplify your entire academic experience. The International House also hosts events that are excellent opportunities to have fun and meet other students from around the world.
Campus Dining | in.nau.edu/dining
Learn about meal plans, where to eat on campus and healthy eating options to customize your experience on campus. Additionally, see how you can add and use tax-free Dining Dollars and Jacks Debit Express (JDE) on campus.
NAU Police | in.nau.edu/police-department
Supports NAU’s educational mission by fostering a safe learning, working, and living environment. Learn more about safety escorts, ride-a-longs and other safety and emergency campus procedures.
NAUSafe Alerts | in.nau.edu/its/nausafe
Sign up for this free notification system to stay up to date on alerts about campus emergencies, safety on campus, snow and campus closures.
Mental Health Resource Guide | in.nau.edu/campus-health-services/mental-health-resources
Learn of on-campus and Flagstaff community resources to manage stress, time and mindfulness as a student
Flagstaff Area Crisis Numbers
- 24-Hour NAU Counseling Services: 928-523-2261
- NAU Police: 928-523-3611
- Victim Witness Services & Sexual Assault Reporting
- Crisis Response Network: 877-756-4090
National Crisis Numbers
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 or text “Start” to 741-741
- The Trevor Lifeline (Suicide Prevention for LGBTQ Youth) 1-866-488-7386