Campus & Community

Zuni agreement signing

NAU, Pueblo of Zuni form partnership to provide greater educational options

Northern Arizona University has signed an agreement with the Pueblo of Zuni, committing to help students from the Zuni community earn a college education. Continue reading

Honors College rendering

With ABOR approval, NAU’s new Honors residence hall one step closer to completion

The Honors College Living and Learning Community will include housing, classrooms, study space and a student success center for Honors students. Continue reading

NAU swimming and diving team

NAU’s swimming and diving team members take conference academic honors

Ten members of the Lumberjacks’ swimming and diving team have been named to the 2017 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Winter All-Academic Team. Continue reading

Free summer swim lessons offered at NAU’s Wall Aquatic Center

The Northern Arizona University Wall Aquatic Center will offer free swim lessons this spring for adults, teens and children. Continue reading

Open Air Market

Open Air Market brings local produce, goods, crafts and talents to NAU campus

The market, which began in 2014, is a way to promote sustainable living and to bring together the campus community in a fun and unique way. Continue reading

NAU trail

NAU, Flagstaff community invited to help clean up trail

The Service Professional Advisory Council hosts the annual trail cleanup, which provides a good opportunity to help the community and enjoy the outdoors. Continue reading

Rene Coggins, NAU basketball

Rene Coggins finishes NAU basketball career with second Academic All-American honors

Coggins, who is majoring in accounting, finance and hotel-restaurant management, is the second player in program history to be a two-time Academic All-American. Continue reading

President Rita Cheng at the NAU campus forum March 29, 2017

Past successes, future possibilities the focus at NAU campus forum

President Cheng talked about the university’s success and the goals she and her administration have laid out for the future in front of faculty, staff and students. Continue reading

NAU Dance team poses with trophies

Dancing queens: NAU hip-hops its way to multiple national championships

Earlier this year, the NAU dance team captured its first Division I national title—taking home first in the hip-hop category, and third in jazz. Continue reading

President Cheng in Japan

President Cheng goes to Japan to discuss collaborative educational programs

Administrators discussed the Interdisciplinary Global Program, joint research opportunities and potential future collaborations among faculty. Continue reading

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