Dedicated employee support
Your employees will have dedicated NAU admission representatives and academic advisors who will provide one-on-one guidance and support.
There are opportunities for you to collaborate with NAU to offer a university degree program on-site for your employees.
Statewide and online programs
NAU offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees as well as certificate programs in Flagstaff, online, at more than 20 statewide locations, and cohorts with partner organizations.
Employees of partner organizations benefit from a 10% tuition reduction for graduate programs. (This offer excludes undergraduate degrees and the Personalized Learning program.)
NAU has a variety of additional ways to serve and support the education community.
New teacher preparation
Bachelor’s and master’s degree programs are available that lead to teacher certification. Through the Arizona Teachers Academy, eligible students in a teacher certification program can receive a scholarship to cover tuition and fees after other gift aid has been applied.
The Arizona K12 Center provides programs and workshops to support and mentor new and continuing teachers, including National Board Certification.
Administrator preparation programs
Teachers who want to be academically prepared to work in school administration, including principal and superintendent certification, can enroll in online or evening programs.
School counselor and school psychologist preparation programs
School counseling and psychology programs are available. Both degree options are offered in a cohort model and provide supportive learning environments for students to earn their degrees.
Flagstaff—known as Arizona’s best college town, and home to NAU Athletics and views of the San Francisco Peaks
Online—high-demand majors available online
Statewide—more than 20 convenient locations across the state
Convenient degree programs offered at statewide locations are designed for working adults and include: