Academic Success Center
North Academic Success Center:
Union Fieldhouse, Room 252
South Academic Success Center
DuBois Center, Building #64
Math Achievement Program
Adel Mathematics, Room 137
The Academic Success Centers (ASC’s) provide personalized peer support and resources that build academic confidence, cultivate independent learning, and foster collaborative connections within the community. The ASC’s provide free tutoring services for all NAU students.
Meal planning, 28 restaurants, and markets. Many options make it easy to customize your dining preferences.
Campus recreation services
A comprehensive recreation center including; Weight machines, cardio programs, personal trainers, free weights, indoor courts and tracks, climbing wall, and a variety of exercise classes.
Counseling services/Campus health services
Health and Learning Center, Building # 25
Counseling Services (CS) works to enhance the psychological growth, emotional well-being, and learning potential of Northern Arizona University students.
Fax: (928) 523-8747
TTY: (928) 523-6906
Education Abroad is an affordable way to expand your college experience. There are many countries to visit while studying abroad. Scholarships, grants, and accommodations can support you with your studies abroad. All students can apply.
Gateway Academic Advisement
Academic and career advising
Housing & residence life
All housing and residential services
Medical services/Campus health services
Provides a wide array of medical services and resources to the university community. The comprehensive spectrum of care includes urgent care, chronic care, mental health, physical therapy, nutrition, health promotion, and pharmacy services
The Office of the Registrar manages student academic records and course enrollments on behalf of the university community. Academic records, transcripts, course enrollment, graduation, and other business associated with academics is conducted here.
The office of Student Life is a primary resource for students and parents. Student organizations, activities, conduct, parenting, and student handbook information are all available here. Information regarding the Multicultural and Inclusion Center, Native American Organization, LGBTQA Groups, and Greek Life can be found at Student Life.
Student support services
University Union, Building #30, Room # 104
Grant funded program designed to support first generation college students, students with disabilities, and students from families of low income. Academic, social, community and personal support are provided by peers and staff.
Student Tech center
24/7 tech support for all your technology needs.
Support and resource center for veterans, active duty, National Guard, and military reserve students