NTU's Spring Intersession is open for registration. First day of class begins on May 18, 2020 and ends on June 5, 2020.
Intersession courses help students who have one class to graduate or want to get one course out of the way. Students can take only one course or a maximum of four (4) credit hours during each intersession.
Tuition for Spring Intersession will be cut in half and all fees will be waived for new and returning students. Students using the Intersession to complete an "I" from the spring do not have to pay tuition or fees or re-register.
For more information, contact the NTU's Registrar's Office by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transportation services at NTU have ceased until further notice; however, fleet management will be assisting with the Homework Express. NTU vans will assist with pick up and dropping off assignments for NTU students that don’t have Internet service in the surrounding area.
The Homework Express will deliver to general areas, such as Chapter Houses, stores, mile posts, etc. Off-road requests will not be fulfilled.
It is important for students and faculty to work together in developing a homework pick and drop off schedule. Afternoon requests will not be fulfilled until the next day. Homework can also be dropped off at Security.
For more information, contact NTU Fleet Coordinator Byron Charlee at email@example.com.
If you are a student at risk of dropping out, please contact Sherietta Martinez-Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kyle Arviso at email@example.com.
NAU recently released a listing of wifi hotspots throughout the Navajo Nation. These parking lot hotspots are open to K12 and college students and will provide internet access for any mobile device, including laptops and smartphones.
For more information, go to www.nau.edu/access or call the Office of Native American Initiatives at 928-523-3849.