Northern Arizona University

The Arizona Board of Regents governs Northern Arizona University (NAU), which is a well-known public research university. The Higher Learning Commission certified this institute, which was founded in 1899. The university is known for providing students with high-quality education through a variety of academic programmes. It has 158 baccalaureate and graduate degree options to choose from. The institute’s campus is well-equipped with all of the necessary amenities for a dynamic learning environment. Personalized instruction is available in every classroom at the institute to ensure a better and more thorough learning experience. The institute was ranked between 138 and 155 in the Shanghai Ranking Consultancy’s 2019 Academic Rankings of World Universities.

The institution’s campus is fairly lively, and it is well-equipped with all of the amenities needed to provide students with an engaging and participatory environment. Flagstaff Campus is one of the highest-elevation four-year colleges in the country. Because it is surrounded by the world’s biggest contiguous ponderosa pine forest, the campus is rich green. NAU provides approximately 8,000 students statewide and online in addition to the 22,000+ students who study on the Flagstaff campus. NAU Yuma is the university’s oldest and largest branch campus.

The university offers students 95 undergraduate degree programmes, 76 graduate degree programmes, 47 undergraduate certifications, and 30 graduate certificates. Graduate degrees are offered in areas such as Arts and Humanities, Business, Education, Engineering, Health and Nursing, Information Technology and Computing, Law and Criminal Justice, Math and Science, and Communications. Students can choose from an online undergraduate degree, postgraduate degree, graduate certificate, or doctoral degree to study at their own pace and convenience. The institution had 30,736 students enrolled in the fall of 2019.

The NAU Alumni Association represents over 160,000 alumni from across the United States. United States Navy Vice Admiral Robin Braun, former Arizona governor Ral Héctor Castro, actor Seamus Dever, New York Times Best Selling Author Diana Gabaldon, and well-known athlete Lopez Lomong are among the famous members of the institution’s alumni network.