Information on summer housing options
Summer housing for NAU students
We’re excited you are interested in staying in Flagstaff this summer! Summer housing options are available for students registered for summer classes or preregistered for the fall semester are eligible to live in summer housing.
Summer housing application process
The summer housing application will be available in March. Additional information about summer residence halls will be available at that time.
Summer housing parking Accordion Closed
When on campus, please ensure your car is parked in between designated stall lines (two white lines). Parking is not permitted in fire lanes, disabled stalls, service vehicle stalls, pedestrian walkways or in roadways.
Check-in and check-out dates Accordion Closed
|*Check in and check out at 9 a.m.|
|3-week session||May 9||May 10||May 28||May 29|
|1st 5-week session||May 30||May 31||June 29||June 30|
|2nd 5-week session||July 4||July 5||August 3||August 4|
Single student housing rent Accordion Closed
|Raymond||Pine Ridge Village|
|*Single room based on space availability|
* Students staying for multiple sessions may stay in the hall between sessions and will be charged at a nightly rate for that time.
|3 week session||$360||$400|
|1st 5-week session||$558||$620|
|2nd 5-week session||$558||$620|
Summer-only family housing rent Accordion Closed
August downtime rates Accordion Closed
August downtime housing rates will be posted in June.
Note: Downtime housing is only available to students who reside on campus during the second 5-week summer session AND have a fall 2021 housing assignment. Downtime rates are not prorated.
Workshop housing Accordion Closed
If you will be taking a summer course and only require short term housing for less than 2 days each week, please call 928-523-3978
Camp and conference housing Accordion Closed
If you are interested in hosting a summer camp or conference in Flagstaff on the NAU campus, please contact the High Country Conference Center for information.
Residential student recommendations for COVID-19 Accordion Closed
We all share the responsibility of maintaining a healthy community in the residence halls. To mitigate the spread of COVID-19 on campus, NAU encourages students to strongly consider receiving the COVID-19 vaccination prior to coming to campus. Student who choose not to vaccinate are highly encouraged to follow the Residential student recommendations for COVID-19.