NAU Student Handbook
The NAU Student Handbook aims to provide our students with a comprehensive guide to navigating NAU. This book will take you through everything from academic offerings to student services and how to get involved on campus. Although our main campus is Flagstaff Mountain, we are OneNAU and there is information and plenty of resources for our online and community campus students to read in this book.
The programs and services contained herein are subject to continuous review and evaluation, NAU reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice. Please reach out to the office/department responsible if you have in depth questions or have special circumstances to be accommodated.
The Arizona Board of Regents and the state universities are committed to creating and maintaining a university system with an environment free from unlawful discrimination, including harassment, and retaliation. In support of this commitment, the Board and the universities prohibit unlawful discrimination, harassment, and retaliation based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and genetic information. The Board and Universities will take prompt and appropriate action to: (1) thoroughly investigate complaints under this policy; and (2) prevent, correct and, if necessary, discipline individuals who engage in behavior that violates this policy. (A.B.O.R. Rev. 6/12)
Before we begin, we would like to acknowledge and recognize that the land this university sits on is within the ancestral and traditional land boundaries of several Tribal Nations, including the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, Paiute, Havasupai, and several other tribal Nations in Arizona. We are very fortunate to live and work in such an important and amazing place and we ask all of you to consider the significance of this location.