Aug. 16, 2019As NAU prepares to welcome back the Lumberjacks, including the class of 2023, here are a few things to know that will make navigating campus easier for faculty, … Read more about Welcome back, Jacks! Navigating campus during #NAUmovein week
Of all the information conveyed by Northern Arizona University President John Haeger at Tuesday afternoon’s public forum, the preface of an audience member’s question best summarized the underlying message: “All of us in this room would agree you’ve been an exceptional leader for this institution.”
The hearty applause that followed at the well-attended High Country Conference Center event confirmed what Haeger had just presented during “The Year Ahead.” NAU is in sound financial condition and performing well academically, and has… Read more
By John D. Haeger, President
At a time of great flux in higher education, the annual flow of students to campus remains an inspiring and invigorating sight.
Despite the growing sophistication of the higher education calendar—now filled with campus visits, summer camps, freshman orientations, early arrivals and various academic prep events—move-in day holds a high place in our culture as a symbol of aspiration. Cars, trucks and trailers bursting with the material goods of… Read more
With the launch of Personalized Learning, what students already know will count for something, and what they learn on the way to a college degree will come at a lower cost in time and money.
Northern Arizona University announced that its pioneering online program is now accepting students, after receiving approval from the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
The path opened to degrees in computer information technology, liberal arts and small business administration… Read more
by Laura Huenneke, Provost
This week’s commencement ceremonies mark the end of my first academic year in the Provost’s Office. Overall it’s been both fascinating and rewarding; I’m pleased to be working with so many talented, dedicated people on meaningful projects.
The entire NAU community has much to be proud of in the past year:
- the Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization, for our progressive work in global education
- an innovative interdisciplinary Ph.D. program launched in earth… Read more
In a panel discussion based on commonly asked questions about technology in higher education, Northern Arizona University President John Haeger offered at least one definitive answer.
“As a large public institution, NAU will see massive and fundamental transformation,” Haeger said.
Haeger was one of four speakers on a panel Monday at the Association of Governing Boards national conference in San Francisco. Under the title “How is Technology (Finally) Changing Everything? (It Is, Isn’t It?),” the panelists offered varying perspectives on… Read more
Northern Arizona University’s 2013-14 tuition and fee proposal was unanimously approved by the Arizona Board of Regents at its regular meeting Thursday in Tucson.
The regents also OK’d tuition and fees and residence hall and meal rates for all three state universities.