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About Northern Arizona University
Northern Arizona University is a public research university with several campuses in Arizona State. The university was established in 1899 as the Northern Arizona Normal School. First class at the school consisted of 23 students who were taught by 2 faculty members, one of them was the school president. The school first graduation included 4 students who were recognized as teachers approved to work in Arizona. In 1925, the school which was then called Northern Arizona State Teachers College was recognized by the Arizona State Legislature as a bachelor granting institute. Four years later, the college changed its name to “Arizona State Teachers College at Flagstaff”. The college started offering graduate programs in 1937. Two years later, Arizona State awarded the first degree to a Hopi highlighting its ethnic tolerance and diverse student body. During the World War II, the college became a member of the Navy V-12 program with the student enrollment dropping sharply. The college expanded the range of offered programs changing its name in 1945 to Arizona State College at Flagstaff before its name was changed again in 1958 to Arizona State College. It finally achieved the university status in 1966 changing its name to the current name.
The university main campus is located in Flagstaff at 2,120 meters above sea level. Additionally, the university operates more than 30 branch campuses besides offering online programs. The university athletic teams, who are nicknamed the Lumberjacks, compete in the NCAA Division I as members of the Big Sky Conference. Its official colors are blue and gold while its mascot is called Louie the Lumberjack.
The university is divided into 7 colleges the W.A. Franke College of Business and a graduate studies college. It offers 91 bachelor, 49 master’s and 11 doctoral degree programs. It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
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- Years Estd.1899
- MascotLouie the Lumberjack
- ColorsBlue and gold
- Religious AffiliationNot applicable
Northern Arizona Tuition and Fees
We've provided you the following to learn more about this college. The tuition and demographic data on this page comes from recently published National Center for Education Statistics data while the recommendations and editorial content are based on our research.
Simple Tuition Estimate$10,358
Your Actual Cost/Tuition$GI,SB0
The yearly tuition for Northern Arizona is $10,358. However, this number and one's actual expenses can vary. Some schools have tuition that is higher based on students with residency in-state vs out of state, books, fees, and on or off campus housing will all have an effect. We provide a free calculator tool so you can see what your actual yearly costs might be.
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Northern Arizona is a prestigious 4-year institution in Arizona. The following are the rankings for the school relative to other universities across the country.
Can I Get Accepted to Northern Arizona?
The Acceptance rate for Northern Arizona is 77 Percent. Last year, there were 28937 applicants and 22 percent of those who were accepted actually attended (Enrollment Rate). To apply, it's required to have the following: High school GPA, High School transcripts, SAT/ACT test scores.
This university requires SAT/ACT Scores.
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- US Military
- Associates Degree
- SAT/ACT Scores
- Good GPA
- Work Experience
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