The Northern Arizona University Wall Aquatic Center will offer free swim lessons this spring. Registration is open to adults, teens and children. The 4-day session will be taught by NAU students as a part of their certification course and will take place on Monday and Wednesday evenings from April 24-May 3.

Of the 16 classes offered, five are designated for NAU students, faculty and staff. Other classes are offered specifically for infants and children. These include a Parent/Child class and a Water Basics 1 course that teaches the fundamentals of water safety.

The classes offered are designed to accommodate a variety of skill levels. Whether learning the basics for the first time, or brushing up your butterfly stroke, all skill levels are invited to participate.

Those interested in participating can register for classes through the Aquatics Lessons & Programs page. There, participants will find a guide to help determine what class is the best fit, a description of each course and the breakdown of the free swim lesson schedule.

Patrons with a disability may request reasonable accommodations. Make requests as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation. Please contact Disability Resources at (928) 523-8773 to assist with your needs.

The Wall Aquatic Center is located in the Aquatics and Tennis Complex, building 86 on the NAU Flagstaff Campus. Visit the Aquatics Lessons & Programs page or call (928) 523-4509 with questions about swim lessons in general or the free sessions.