Founded in 1899, the Northern Arizona University is a public research university with its main campus Flagstaff, Arizona, and about 20 statewide campuses across the country. The main campus is spread beautifully over 683 acres of land. Moreover, the university offers nearly 95 undergraduate programs, 47 undergraduate certificates, 76 graduate degree programs, and 30 graduate certificates. Besides, NAU provides more than 375 student organizations and clubs along with various international scholarships for Indian students. Students can further enjoy on-campus accommodation facilities like computer centers, libraries, eateries, halls, sports facilities, and recreation. The NAU campus has lush green layers as it is surrounded by the world’s largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest. The university provides housing options to international students in the form of residential halls; Honors College, Reilly Hall, Cowden Hall, Allen Hall, McConnell Hall, Wilson Hall, and more.
#1001+ in QS World University Rankings #284 in National Universities
On and off-campus accommodation available
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||USD 25,129 per academic year|
|Cost of Living/year||USD $21,140|
|Application Fees||USD 50|