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Enrollment
Fall 2014 Enrollment
Undergraduate/Graduate

Full Time

Part Time

Total

Undergraduate
19,361
4,484 23,845
Graduate 1,812 2,058 3,870
Total 21,173 6,542 27,715
Residency

Full Time

Part Time

Total

Resident 14,005 5,347 19,352
Non-Resident 7,168 1,195 8,363
Total 21,173 6,542 27,715
Location

Full Time

Part Time

Total

Flagstaff 18,259 1,875 20,134
Community Campuses 1,449 1,164 2,613
Yuma 319 210 529
Online 1,146 3,293 4,439
Total 21,173 6,542 27,715
Gender

Full Time

Part Time

Total

Female 12,175 4,147 16,322
Male 8,998 2,395 11,393
Total 21,173 6,542 27,715
IPEDS Ethnicity (unduplicated; one value per student)

Full Time

Part Time

Total

Asian American (2%) 353 115 468
African American (3%) 630 258 888
Hispanic American (19%) 4,090 1,279 5,369
Native American (3%) 575 263 838
Native Hawaiian (0%) 49 13 62
International (4%) 1,053 193 1,246
White (62%) 13,172 4,117 17,289
Not Specified (1%) 132 86 218
Two or more (5%) 1,119 218 1,337
Total 21,173 6,542 27,715
All Declared Ethnicity/Race Values (duplicated; one or more values per student)

Full Time

Part Time

Total

Asian American (4%) 1,136 259 1,395
African American (5%) 1,111 350 1,461
Hispanic American (17%) 4,102 1,280 5,382
Native American (4%) 1,067 386 1,453
Native Hawaiian (1%) 355 79 434
White (65%) 16,112 4,774 20,886
Not Specified (4%) 1,067 261 1,328
Total 24,950 7,389 32,339
Academic Level

Full Time

Part Time

Total

Concurrent 0 1 1
Freshmen 5,594 742 6,336
Sophomore 4,283 333 4,616
Junior 4,510 1,077 5,587
Senior 4,779 1,871 6,650
Non-Degree Undergraduate 7 133 140
Post Baccalaureate 188 327 515
Non-Degree Graduate 9 122 131
Graduate 1,803 1,936 3,739
Total 21,173 6,542 27,715
Gender

UGRD

GRAD

Overall

Female 13,790 2,532 16,322
Male 10,055 1,338 11,393
Total 23,845 3,870 27,715
Top Undergraduate Academic Plan by Enrollment
Criminology and Criminal Justice (BS) 925
Hotel and Restaurant Management (BS) 858
Biomedical Science (BS) 821
Biology (BS) 813
Elementary Ed (BSED) 776
Top Graduate Academic Plan by Enrollment
Administration (MADM)

326

Education Leadership-Principal K-12 (MED)

319

Physical Therapy-Entry Level (DPT)

231

Educational Leadership-Comm College (MED)

182

Human Relations (MED)

175

 

Fall 2014 FTE (Back To Top)

Undergraduate 22,941
Graduate 2,993
Average Age
Undergraduate 23
Graduate 34
First -Time Full Time New Freshmen Test Score (Average)
SAT (Composite) 1044
ACT (Composite) 23

Faculty and Staff (Fall 2013) (2014 Data will be available spring 2015) (Back To Top)
 
Title

Full Time

Part Time

 Total

Archivists, Curators, and Museum Technicians 2 2
Business and Financial Operations Occupations 422 37 459
Community, Social Service, Legal, Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports and Media Occupations 191 11 202
Computer, Engineering, and Science Occupations 318 29 347
Graduate Assistants - Research, Service and Teaching 563 563
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations 24 15 39
Library and Student and Academic Affairs and Other Educational Services Occupations 44 4 48
Management Occupations 107 2 109
Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance Occupations 88 2 90
Office and Administrative Support Occupations 245 34 279
Postsecondary Teachers 973 616 1,589
Production, Transportation, and Material Moving Occupations 36 1 37
Service Occupations 179 4 183
Student and Academic Affairs and Other Education Services Occupations 186 13 199
Temporary 409 409
Grand Total 2,815 1,740 4,555
These data are based on revised IPEDS/SOC Human Resource categories; temporary hires (409) are not included in IPEDS reports.

Fall 2013 (2014 Data will be available spring 2015)
Full Time Faculty

Female

Male

 Total

Regent's Professor 2 12 14
Professor 96 159 255
Associate Professor 109 105 214
Assistant Professor 105 84 189
Instructor 50 37 87
Lecturer 117 97 214
Total 479 494 973

Average Class Size (Fall 2013 Main Class) (Average)
Undergraduate

 

   100 Level 38
   200 Level 39
   300 Level 26
   400 Level 22
Graduate 14

Academic Program (Fall 2013) (Back To Top)
  • 92 Baccalaureate Degrees
  • 42 Undergraduate Certificates
  • 25 Graduate Certificates
  • 48 Masters Degrees
  • 11 Doctoral Degrees

College/School/Units (Back To Top)

  • College of Arts & Letters
  • College of Education
  • College of Engineering, Forestry & Natural Sciences
  • College of Health & Human Services
  • College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
  • Extended Campuses
  • Graduate College
  • The W.A. Franke College of Business Administration
  • University College

Accreditation (Back To Top)

  • North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA)
    NCA website http://www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org/
    NCA telephone number (312) 263-0456

Academic Accreditations (Back To Top)

Student Costs (Back To Top)
2014-2015

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

  • $9,990 Tuition & Fees
  • $9,020 Room and Meal Plan
  • $2,050 Estimated Personal Expense
  • $1,000 Books
  • $2,760 Transportation

Campus (Back To Top)

  • 740 Acres
  •   38 Major Academic and Administrative Buildings
  •   40 Support Facilities
  •   22 Residential Buildings

Cline Library (Back To Top)

  •   Over 1 million volumes, including government documents, maps, microforms, films and other media
  •   69,300 Unique electronic journal titles
  •   23,579 Number of items provided via Document Delivery Services
  •   166,859 E-books
  •   105,727 Colorado Plateau Archives digital items
  •   524,822 Number of users in the library

Student Activities (Back To Top)

More than 300 recognized professional, academic, service and social organizations, an intramural sports program, the Lumberjack student newspaper, and active residence hall organization.

Lumberjacks (Back To Top)

2013-2014

  Member:

  • NCAA Division IAA 

Intercollegiate Team (Back To Top)

  • 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 (Back To Top)

Fall 2014

The NAU Association represents more than 136,256 alumni from the US.

 

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