Oct. 17, 2019Each year, Homecoming is dedicated to a Northern Arizona University staff or faculty member who has shown their Lumberjack pride through exceptional service to the … Read more about Celebrate excellence at NAU’s annual Homecoming Dedicatee Banquet
Campus Recreation’s Mountain Jacks and Explorers Kids camp is accepting registration for children from Flagstaff and the surrounding community.
Enthusiastic camp leaders create engaging and non-traditional program opportunities ensured to enhance children’s summer activities.
The Mountain Jacks Kids Camp is open to all youth entering kindergarten through fifth grade. Each day, campers will be led through various activities to keep them active, engaged and enjoying their experience. The camp includes FitKids group fitness classes led by certified instructors, aquatics programming and… Read more
NAU women’s basketball will host a series of camps over the summer.
Programming kicks off in June with the Lumberjack Day Camp for girls 8 to 13 and concludes with the Lumberjack Elite Camp for high schoolers in August.
Camps will offer instruction from Lumberjack players and coaches, as well as opportunities to learn fundamentals, develop skills and have fun at all levels of experience.
Information, including registration and pricing, is online
Northern Arizona University is once again offering its popular summer day camps through Campus Recreation Services.
The half- and full-day camps offer engaging and educational activities for children in preschool through eighth grade. Scheduling aligns with NAU’s two five-week Summer Sessions: June 2 to July 3 and July 7 to Aug. 8. Registration is currently open for NAU students and begins Monday, May 5, for faculty, staff and the public.
Northern Arizona University’s Educational Support Services recently earned a statewide honor for its remarkable strides toward helping Native American students gain access to higher education degrees.
The Pathways to Postsecondary Education Award recognizes the success of NAU’s college access programs and the increase in proportional representation of Native American students receiving bachelor’s degrees.
Erin Grisham, the executive director of Educational Support Services, was singled out in the award announcement for her significant contribution to the field, including playing a key role on… Read more
Grab your nets: Summer bug camp is back. The Colorado Plateau Museum of Arthropod Biodiversity will host the camp, for children 7 to 14 years old, from July 22–26.
Campers have the opportunity to learn about insect natural history and biodiversity by collecting insects, building mazes for bugs, and cooking and eating insect cuisine. The camp, which takes place on the Northern Arizona University campus, runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The cost is $200 per child.
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