NAU Graduate College Campus Visit
PLEASE READ ALL OF THE INFORMATION BELOW BEFORE SIGNING UP. Email us at gradtours@nau.edu with any questions.

IMPORTANT: This campus visit is for prospective students interested in graduate programs at NAU (Masters, Doctoral, etc.). If you are interested in undergraduate programs (BA, BS, etc.), please sign up for an undergraduate tour at https://nau.edu/admission/daily-campus-tours/. Additionally, the in-person visits are intended for students whose programs of interest are located at the Flagstaff Mountain Campus. If you are interested in programs at statewide campuses or online, please contact your campus of interest to set up an in-person meeting. You can find contact information for statewide campuses at http://ec.nau.edu/campussearch.aspx. Any student wishing to attend an in-person campus visit for Physician Assistant Studies, Occupational Therapy, Athletic Training, or Physical Therapy at the Phoenix Biomedical Campus should contact CHHS-PBC@nau.edu.


IN-PERSON CAMPUS VISITS (Flagstaff, AZ only)
Please make sure to sign up at least 2 weeks in advance of your visit for scheduling purposes.

In-person campus visits are recommended for students interested in programs offered on the Flagstaff Mountain campus. These visits typically have the following agenda:

10:30 am: Graduate College Informational Session
11:15 am: Tour of Campus and Lunch (complimentary lunch available during the academic year and when open)
12:30 pm or later: Meeting with a representative within your program of interest (see notes below)

Notes about meetings with programs:

Although we are usually able to set these meetings up for interested students, they are dependent on availability of representatives and thus cannot be guaranteed. Depending on how many attendees we have from your program of interest in attendance at the campus visit, departments may choose to meet with visiting students as a group or individually.

You are also welcome to set up a meeting on your own with your department; this can be especially helpful if you have identified specific faculty members you would like to meet with. The Graduate College will generally set up your meeting with the graduate coordinator of your program and not with specific faculty members. If you choose to set up a meeting for yourself, please let us know this via email so we do not attempt to set up another meeting. If you do not wish to miss any of the morning session with the Graduate College, please try to schedule your meetings for 1:00 pm or later.

Students interested in the fields of Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Forestry and Political Science must contact faculty who hold similar research interests in the department prior to signing up for a campus visit to secure a date and time to meet with that faculty member. The Graduate College will be unable to set up faculty meetings for those interested in these programs.


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