NAU will increase tuition growth rates for students and implement the Access2Excellence program in Fall 2023.
NAU is taking measures to keep tuition costs as low as possible for incoming and returning students by working with the student body to continue an affordable and attainable education.
The Navajo Water Project and Tó Nizhóní Ání, two Indigenous-led nonprofits, fight for increased water accessibility and protection from industrial overuse of water across the Navajo Nation.
Two projects run by NAU forestry professors are working toward improving forests in the southwest by thinning overcrowded areas and curing diseases in white pines.
Anxiety and depression are increasing on college campuses. Counseling services, the Mental Health Support Squad and other companies that help with mental health issues joined NAU to discuss coping mechanisms and strategies at the Mental Health Fest.
The Biden-Harris administration is distributing a historic amount of money to repair old water infrastructure. It is a part of a larger 4-year investment plan for the west.
NAU plans to launch a Universal Admissions program which will offer degree-seeking individuals a new transfer route to the university.
This week on campus, NAUPD responded to calls about late-night arguments and missing or lost items.
The NAU Green Fund announced revisions to NAU’s recycling program to include additional bin locations and uniform bin designs to encourage sustainable practices.
.@Official_ASNAU raised money to financially support students in need of assistive devices during the fifth annual NAU Giving Day.
This week, non-students were caught trespassing on campus property while intoxicated and a bear was possibly seen at the NAU Disc Golf Course.
Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes supported an FDA proposal for monogamous gay and bisexual men to donate blood for the first time since the AIDS epidemic.
Due to financial constraints, Summit Fire and Medical District are closing one east side fire station. The public was included in the decision of which would close — Station 32 or 33.
ASU, UArizona and NAU have announced TikTok will be removed from all school-managed devices following an executive order by President Joe Biden.
The Black Student Union met with NAU on March 29 to discuss demands brought up during recent protests, including a multicultural housing option and more Black faculty.
Multiple calls about suspicious subjects were made as well as traffic stops which included high blood alcohol levels and drug paraphernalia.
Flagstaff community members organized against anti-trans legislation on Saturday, the day after the Transgender Day of Visibility. Outside Flagstaff City Hall, protestors rallied against attacks on queer youth.
The Home Matters Arizona Fund announced a $4.25 million round of funding for accessible housing projects across Arizona, including two housing units in Flagstaff.
The Northern Arizona Book Festival has returned to Flagstaff for the weekend. The nonprofit organization will be working with various organizations in the community to promote local literary art and artists. | Via @mak_richardson_
.@NatlParkService is working to repair the main waterline at Grand Canyon National Park which distributes water from the North to South Rim.
Six months after the development of the Early Learning and Development Center was announced, university faculty, students and parents celebrated its grand opening.
Monday morning, the editorial board of The Lumberjack asked NAU President José Luis Cruz Rivera questions surrounding issues such as equity, structural issues and class cancellation.
Several arrest warrants were carried out and trespassing occurred across campus this week.
Students organized a march at the John Haeger Health and Learning Center on Friday for equitable treatment on campus. The protest came after a post was shared on social media about a racist Looney Toons episode played at NAU's Recreation Center.
Gov. Katie Hobbs signed an executive order on March 17 prohibiting workplace discrimination based on hair texture and style within state agencies and new state contracts.
NAU sent out an email alerting students of the evacuation of several dorms and buildings due to a strange odor, which was determined to be caused by flooding.
Last week severe rain and heavy snowmelt loosened rocks and sent them rolling down State Route 89A. The highway remains closed while the road is cleared.
A week of spring break meant drinking and driving and theft of campus property for some students.
Students march to Title IX office to talk to the coordinator, Elyce Morris, about changing how sexual assault cases are handled. | Via @LJTessBandstra
Grand Falls has been closed until further notice due to an increase in pollution created by tourism.
Disturbances, motor violations and arrests all happened on campus last week.