Enrollment

Fall 2003 Enrollment

    Undergraduate/ Graduate 

  Full Time  Part Time  Total
Undergraduate Students 11,080 1,935 13,015
Graduate Students 1,937 3,872 5,809
Total 13,017 5,807 18,824

     Residency 

  Full Time  Part Time  Total
Residents 10,607 5,567 16,174
Non-Residents 2,410 240 2,650
Total 13,017 5,807 18,824

     Location 

 
  Full Time  Part Time  Total
Flagstaff 11,147 1,727 12,874
Statewide 1,480 3,486 4,966
Yuma 268 386 654
Distance Learning 112 208 330
Total 13,017 5,807 18,824

     Gender

  Male Female Unknown
Undergraduate 40% 59% 1%
Graduate 30% 70%  
Overall 37% 62% 1%

 

  Full Time  Part Time  Total
Male 5,106 1,909 7,105
Female 7,911 3,898 11,809
Total 13,017 5,807 18,824

      Ethnicity 

  Full Time  Part Time  Total

%

Asian American 258 80 338 2%
African American  273 133 406 2%
Hispanic American  1,202 790 1,992 11%
Native American 834 335 1,169 6%
International  290 26 316 2%
White  9,810 4,292 14,102 75%
Unknown  350 151 501 3%
Total  13,017 5,807 18,824 100%

     Academic Level

  Full Time  Part Time  Total
Concurrent 0 8 8
Freshmen 3,344 278 3,622
Sophomore 2,230 239 2,469
Junior 2,492 456 2,948
Senior 2,925 699 3,624
Non-Degree UG 1 178 179
Post Baccalaureate 88 77 165
Non-Degree Grad. 112 859 971
Graduate 1,825 3,013 4,838
Total 13,017 5,807 18,824

    Top Academic Plan By Enrollment (Fall 2003)

Educational Leadership (MEd) 979
Elementary Ed (BSED) 920
Hotel & Restaurant Mgt (BS)    485
Elementary Education (MEd) 483
Criminal Justice (BS) 396

Fall 2003 FTE

Undergraduate   

12,748

Graduate

3,642

Average Age       

Undergraduate

23

Graduate  

36

First-Time New Freshmen Test Score (Average)

SAT Composite

1055

ACT Composite

22

 


Faculty And Staff (Fall 2003)

Preliminary As of 10/01/2003

Job Classification

Full-Time

Part-Time

Grand Total

Administrative  215 16 231
Clerical  298 76 374
Faculty  711 431 1142
Grad   490 490
Professional 645 120 765
Service Maintenance 147 9 156
Skilled Craft 74 3 77
Technical 146 12 158
Grand Total 2236 1157 3393

 

Faculty

Female

Male

Grand Total

Regents' Professor 3 14 17
Professor 54 169 223
Associate Professor 103 118 221
Assistant Professor 77 78 155
Instructor 36 29 65
Lecturer 13 17 30
Grand Total 286 425 711

Average Class Size: (Main Class) (Fall 2003)

Undergraduate  
   100 Level

33

   200 level

34

   300 Level

25

   400 Level

19

Graduate

13

     


 Academic Program 

  • 95 Baccalaureate Degrees
  • 30 Undergraduate and 12 Graduate Certificates
  • 47 Masters
  • 8 Doctoral 
  • 1 Professional Degree

     Degrees Awarded (2002-2003)

  • 2838 Bachelor's
  • 1896 Master's
  • 84 Doctorates
  • 190 Certificate

 College/School

  • College of Arts & Science
  • College of Business Administration
  • College of Engineering & Technology
  • College Of Education
  • College of Health Professions
  • College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
  • College of Fine Arts
  • School of Forestry
  • School of Hotel & Restaurant Management
  • School of Communication

 Accreditation      

  • Regional Accreditation
  • North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA)             

 Other Accreditation Bodies

      Accreditation for Engineering and Technology, Inc.

  • Engineering (ENG)
  • Engineering-Related (ENGR)
  • Engineering Technology (ENGT)
  • Accreditation for Engineering and Technology (ABET)
                         -Computer Science and Accreditation Board
  • American Council For Construction Education

     American Dental Association 

  • Dental Hygiene (DH)

     American Dietetic Association. Inc.

  • Dietetics (DIET)

     American Physical Therapy Association

  • Physical Therapy (PTA)
  • Commission on Accreditation of Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) 

     American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

  • Audiology (AUD)
  • Speech-Language Pathology

     Association to Advance Collegiate School of Business

  • Business (AACSB International)

    National Association of Schools of Music

  • Music (MUS)

     National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission

  • Nursing (NUR)

     HRM

  • Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration 
  • Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education

     Forestry

  • Society of American Foresters
  • National Recreation  and Park Association
  • American Association For Leisure and Recreation

     Social Work

  • Council on Social Work Education

     Education

  • American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education 
  • International Association of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP)
  • National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)

     Nursing

  • Arizona State Board of Nursing
  • Commission On Collegiate Nursing Education

     Chemistry

  • American Chemical Society

     Institute For Human Development

  • Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities

 


 Student Costs
 2003-2004

Average for an on campus Arizona resident for two semesters 12-18 credits:

  • $3,546.00 Tuition Fees

        Fees include register fee of $25.00, financial trust fee of $12.00 and ASA fee of $1.00

  • $5,374 Room and meal Plan
  • $2,050 Estimated Personal Expense
  • $ 750 Books
  • $ 1,252 Transportation

 Campus  

  • 738 Acres
  • 37 Major Academic and Administrative Buildings
  • 38 Support Facilities
  • 13 Residential Buildings

 Library  

  • 633,417 volumes
  • 547,729 micro-formats
  • 31,746 audiovisual items
  • 2,595 journal subscriptions

 Student Activities

More than 123 recognized professional, academic, service and social organizations, an intramural sports program, the Lumber Jack student newspaper, and active residence hall organization.


 Lumber Jacks 

2001-2002

  Member:

  • NCAA Division IAA

  Intercollegiate Team

  • Basketball (men/women)
  • Cross Country (men/women)
  • Football (men)
  • Golf (women)
  • Swimming /Diving (women)
  • Soccer (women)
  • Tennis (men/women)
  • Track and Field (men/women)
  • Volleyball (women)

 Alumni 

  Fall 2001

    The NAU Association represents more than 122,252 alumni from all parts of the world.


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