All NAU offices will be closed and classes will be canceled at 2 p.m. today, Monday, March 2, because of severe weather and road conditions. Continue reading
Faculty & Staff
Joanne Keene, government relations director for Coconino County, will visit campus Wednesday, March 4, to meet with vice presidents and other individuals. Continue reading
Mrs. Watters, a former accounting assistant for the assistant comptroller, died Feb. 3, 2015 in Barrington, Ill., with her family by her side. She was 80. Continue reading
Faculty and staff are invited to apply to a leadership development program that brings partners from all over campus together to help prepare the next generation of higher education leaders. Continue reading
Survey seeks to understand how printed materials are used today and how Printing Services meets the needs of faculty, staff and students. Continue reading
Join the Lumberjacks as they take on top-ranked Eastern Washington at 2 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 21 in the Skydome. Continue reading
NAU faculty will engage in a conversation about successfully harnessing the power of technology to enhance teaching and student learning March 6 in the Health and Learning Center. Continue reading
Latest Site Activity
The university will conduct normal Flagstaff campus operations.
All NAU offices will be closed and classes will be canceled at 2 p.m. today, Monday, March 2, because of severe weather and road conditions.
Faculty and staff are invited to meet the candidates seeking the position of dean of the School of Nursing.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation has kicked off a challenge to encourage school spirit.
NAU employees are invited to the 21st annual Employee Appreciation Mixer Wednesday, March 25, in the Campus Recreation Center Gym in the HLC.
NAU Athletics is seeking input from the campus and community on ticket prices, pre-game activities, kickoff time and more.
NAU's RAPIDLab, led by mechanical engineering associate professor John Tester, is active in numerous campus projects, building prototypes for university researchers.
Northern Arizona University's enrollment for spring 2015 is up five percent from the year before, reflecting a growth in undergraduate students.
A growing NAU cohort of underserved, low-income students earns good-through-graduation financial support.