Northern Arizona University
Northern Arizona University (NAU) is a public research university located in Flagstaff, Arizona. It has more than 20 statewide campuses across the nation.
NAU offers 95 undergraduate programs, 47 undergraduate certificates, 76 graduate degree programs, and 30 graduate certificates through 9 colleges in a wide range of disciplines including art, education, engineering, forestry, social science, business, and more. The College of Education provides the only nationally accredited teacher education program in Arizona. The professional sales education offered by the College of Business has been a top program for more than 14 years. It offers world class facilities such as aquatics, fitness & wellness facilities, outdoor adventures, intramural and club sports, Summer Youth Programs along with library, computer centers, Halls, Eateries and on-campus accommodation. It has residential halls as housing options for international students. The Cline Library is a crucial building to the success of NAU's teaching, research, service and community outreach priorities, the library remains one of the most heavily used resources on campus. Its High Country Conference Center plays host to all the Arizona Board of Regents meetings and for the fourth year in a row, the center has been the recipient of “Meeting & Conventions” Gold Key Award for overall professionalism and quality of the property.
Pine Ridge Village, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, USA
|Avg Cost of Tuition/Year||USS 26,282|
|Cost of Living/Year||USS 12,000|
USS 0 - USS 65
*Charged once per application
|Estimated Total/Year||USS 38,282|