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Northern Arizona University

Flagstaff, AZ

  • 4-year, Public
  • 4,197 Freshman Class
  • $22,254 (in-state), $22,254 (out-of-state)
  • 25,991 Total Students

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Northern Arizona University Student Body

Size
Average Freshman Class Size:
4,197
Full-Time Undergrads:
17,610
Total Students:
25,991
Undergraduates/Graduates
Where Students Come From
Are Students Enrolled Full-Time?
Diversity

Northern Arizona University Campus Life

Campus Housing and Facilities
Students Living on Campus?
33%
Religious Affiliation?
No
Urbanization:
Urban
Crime (per 1000 students per year)
Serious Crimes:
3.82
Drug or Weapon Incidents:
1.06
Alcohol Incidents:
38.61
Weather (Degrees F)

Northern Arizona University Admissions

Applicants Admitted
Statistics
Students Who Return After First Year:
73%
Average GPA:
3.4
Average Test Scores
SAT Math:
470 - 590
SAT Verbal:
470 - 580
SAT Writing:
460 - 560
ACT Composite:
20 - 25

Northern Arizona University Academics

Graduation Rates (Total)
Graduation Rates by Ethnicity
African American
Asian
Caucasian
Latino/Hispanic
Native American
Statistics
Student-to-Faculty Ratio:
20:1
Study Abroad Offered:
Yes

Northern Arizona University Financial Aid

Cost of Attendance
$22,254 / $22,254

In-State

Out-of-State

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Tuition (Out-of-State)
$9,272
Tuition (In-State)
$9,272
Food and Housing
$8,784
Books
$944
Personal Expenses
$3,254
How are students paying for school?
Average Grant Size
$7,031

Northern Arizona University Contact Information

Address
Mailing
Knoles Drive, Babbitt Administrative Center
Flagstaff,AZ 86011-4132
9285239011
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Northern Arizona UniversityReviews
By Students 32121
(Avg. of 309rankings)

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S. C.
C. B.
January 11, 2014

What do you consider the best thing about your school? Why?The instructors, the location and the benefit of having the Extended campus location at Glendale Community College.What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?I have yet to experience anything negative about my school. Thus far it has been a seemless transition and all of the staff have been easy to work with and accomidating.

S. C.
J. B.
December 28, 2013

What do you wish you had known before you came to this school?I wish I had known about the possibilities available to me after high school. I wish I had ANY guidance from ANY guidance counselor.  I had no idea that I was eligible for both scholastic and sports scholarships.What kind of person shouldn’t attend this school?I believe that just about anyone can attend this school provided they can find the drive and determination within themselves to do so.

S. C.
T. J.
December 16, 2013

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?The weather is the worst part about being here.  If it wasn’t so cold I would not mind being here.What do you brag about most when you tell your friends about your school?The campus is extremely beautiful and the people are friendly.  I have no classes on Friday and the campus is small enough for me to get to my classes quickly.

S. C.
G. S.
November 18, 2013

What is your school best known for?My school is best known for being green and supporting envorimnental sustainability.Describe your classmates in one sentence.My classmates are friendly, talkative, and engaged.

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    54321
    Access to Professors
    54321
    Class Size
    43211
    Value of Education
    54321
    Campus Internet Access
    54321
    Campus Facilities
    54321
    Campus Food
    43211
    On-Campus Housing
    43211
    Off-Campus Housing
    43211
    Extra-Curricular Activities
    54321
    Nearby Banks, Stores, Grocery Stores
    54321
S. C.
B. F.
October 29, 2013

Describe your school in one sentence.My school is located in Flagstaff, Arizona. NAU is in a small college town and is located at 7,000 feet elevation. NAU has a welcoming community and the campus is beautiful. Diversity is prevalent at NAU and their are several services to make sure people feel at home. Our athletic team is Division 1 and they offer intramural sports fors tudents who enjoy playing sports but rather not play on a college level. The campus has many resources to support students academically.  If a student searching for colleges want a beautiful supportive place to live NAU is it.Describe your classmates in one sentence.My classmates are extremely friendly. I have never had a negative encounter in a class on campus. In some classes we are organized into groups where we have to compete assignments together. I am fortunate to be in a group where every individual participates equally. Lastly I feel my classmates support me, if I have a concept in class I can’t seem to grasp, my classmates won’t hesitate to further explain the solution to my confusion.

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