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Welcome to NAU
In light of coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns, experience everything NAU has to offer virtually.
If you’re a graduate student and would like to explore NAU virtually, please visit our Grad College admissions page to sign up for a virtual tour. If you’re a graduate student interested in the College of Education, consider signing up for a COE graduate programs information session.
If you would like to come to campus, check out our self-guided walking tour. It’s an excellent way to explore our beautiful campus while staying safe and healthy.
Listen in with our audio campus tour podcast.
Contact University Admissions at 928-523-5511 or at email@example.com to talk with a Lumberjack staff member.
NAUgo is Lumberjacks’ one-stop mobile app for staying informed, connected, and up-to-date.
No, at this time there are no plans to change operations in a way that will impact the timing of an admission decision to NAU. Updates on admission status can be obtained by contacting University Admissions at 928-523-5511 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unofficial transcripts are accepted to make admission decisions and to process transfer credit. Therefore, enrollment in classes at NAU is not contingent upon the receipt of official transcripts. Please note that official transcripts are required to confirm posted transfer credit when you graduate from NAU.
NAU will accept documents as unofficial transcripts that display the following information:
– Institution name
– Student name
– One additional student identifier (i.e., address, date of birth)
– Course term, prefix, number, title, units, and grade
For questions of document acceptability, please contact University Admissions at 928-523-5511 or at email@example.com.
NAU has sites throughout the state of Arizona and offers online options. Please contact University Admissions at 928-523-5511 or visit nau.edu/campuses/ for more information.
Yes, passing grades will be used in admissions review toward the fulfillment the of the Arizona Board of Regents competency standards found at https://nau.edu/admission/freshman-admission-requirements/. If the course taken is college level, a pass grade will transfer to NAU in the same manner a “C” or better would. For more information on course equivalency, please visit https://jackspath.nau.edu/
University Admissions is working with students and families to ensure a smooth and successful transition to NAU with consideration to evolving circumstances. More information, including transfer credits, pass/fail grading, campus visits and our extended application deadline, can be found on the Admissions FAQ website.
Yes, you can find all you need here:
Register for housing: nau.edu/reslife/how-to-apply-for-housing/
Register for Orientation: nau.edu/admission/freshman-orientations-fall-semester/
Enrollment next steps: nau.edu/admission/next-steps-to-enrollment/
To complete the next steps to enroll, visit nau.edu/admission/next-steps-to-enrollment/.
A deposit of $250 is required for enrollment for all incoming Flagstaff Campus students. This fee does not apply to incoming students at statewide sites, online, or in Personalized Learning programs. For assistance paying this fee or discussing alternative methods of payment, please contact University Admissions at 928-523-5511.
No, the processing of external transcripts and the subsequent transfer credit posting to a student’s Academic Advising Report is not impacted at this time. Updates of transfer credit status can be obtained by contacting University Admissions at 928-523-5511 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.