Life as a student means there’s a lot of hard work—rewarding hard work—but in addition to class, there’s also inspiring friends and student organizations as well as events and a bunch of new experiences. In the end, you’ll be enriched with what happens outside your class schedule.

Transition to Campus

Student Service professionals support students’ academic, social, and personal needs so they can enjoy a productive daily life at the College. Areas of support include student orientation, the use of library resources, computer and information services, career and counseling services, services for individuals with disabilities, the testing center, and student organizations.

Living & Working on Campus

Student Service professionals support students’ academic, social, and personal needs so they can enjoy a productive daily life at the College. Areas of support include student orientation, the use of library resources, computer and information services, career and counseling services, services for individuals with disabilities, the testing center, and student organizations.

Safety on Campus

North American University is fully committed to the safety and welfare of our students, faculty, staff and visitors. This Emergency Response Guide outlines the University’s response to an emergency at NAU.

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