Inform the Admission Counselor of your flight; and submit the on-line application for a Housing Application Form, Airport Pick-Up Form, and Meningitis Form.
• Housing Application Form is a reservation for a room in the dormitory. All international students are required to send a Housing Application Form seven days before their arrival.
• Airport Pick-Up Form is required so that the student can be picked up at the airport.
Please inform us if you do not wish to use NAU’s airport pick-up service.
• Meningitis Form is a requirement of the Texas State Education Board. All first-time and transfer students who will be staying on campus must have the vaccination. There are two types of vaccinations in the form. The student has to have only one in his/her home country and send the form to NAU before arriving.
Note: All applicants are required to fill out ON-LINE a Housing Application Form and Airport Pick-Up Form, and email a soft copy Meningitis Form BEFORE arrival.
NAU college policy states limitations of assistance to student(s) without proper forms as follows:
Without the Housing Form, NAU cannot guarantee housing to arriving student(s). It may cost between $60 and $90 USD per night to stay at a nearby hotel at the student’s expense; as well as transportation, which could cost between $30 and $50 USD one way by taxi cab.
Without the Airport Pick-Up application, NAU personnel cannot be held responsible for airport pick-up arrangements of arriving student(s).
Without immunization of Bacterial Meningitis and the accompanying Meningitis Form, Texas State Law requires arriving student(s) to stay in non-college accommodations for at least 10 days (close to $600 to $900 USD), obtain a vaccination ($100-$250 USD), and be responsible for transportation to and from administering clinic(s).
All Applicants must bring the I-20 and all required documents with them. There is a risk in returning to your country for forgotten and/or lost documents at the checkpoint (students will not be allowed to enter the United States without an I-20 and a visa).
Applicants must be diligent in maintaining proper documentations in the United States. The practices of a student’s country may not match with the practices of the United States. Contact the Admission Counselor to verify the required documents.