Once you've been admitted to NAU you'll have access to a variety of support and tools. Below are a few resources that will help you navigate your career at NAU.
The best way to access your email is through PortalMail Go to: my.nau.edu
, click "Log In Here," and enter your username and password
. You can then read, send, and reply to mail directly from the browser. For assistance, click the "Help" tab at the top of the screen.
Access LOUIE resources at: http://www4.nau.edu/louie/
before logging in, you'll see a list of resources on the left that may be useful as you navigate LOUIE.
Once you are admitted to NAU, connecting with an academic advisor is a critical first step. Use the Online Scheduling Tool to search and schedule an appointment with your academic advisor, or email email@example.com to begin the advising process that is so essential to your success. You may also contact the Student Service Center for more information and to discuss the importance of connecting with your advisor early in your academic career at NAU.
The Cline Library home page provides easy access to materials and services that allow you to:
find full text articles, electronic books and other research resources in your subject area
- find and request delivery of articles, books, or media
learn how to connect to Library licensed resources
- get help with Library resources and services from Ask a Librarian
- contact the Resource Specialist Team in your subject area for subject-specific assistance
- use your NAU email account login and password to access the Library's electronic resources from a home or work computer.
You can access electronic reserves materials for a course in the course's Blackboard shell.
Students can also utilize other libraries across the state, including the ASU and UA libraries, and many public and community college libraries. A current NAU ID card and/or a registration receipt may be required. NAU librarians are available at NAU Yuma to assist faculty and students.
You will likely conduct business with NAU and/or take classes online. The Student Technology Center is your first resource for computing-related problems or services. They can help you set up your email account, access your web class, use the LOUIE system, set your passwords, download software, and much more. Support is just a phone call away and available 24/7 throughout the academic year: 888-520-7215.
If you are an undergraduate student use the registrar's checklist to learn about deadlines and steps to graduation. Then work with your local NAU campus staff, your advisor, the department of your major and the registrar's office (928-523-2108 or 800-426-8315 ext. 2108) to get the right forms and meet all deadlines. The registrar also provides an online undergraduate graduation application packet. The packets include the undergraduate graduation application form, a checklist, a sheet of useful general information, and an unofficial transcript request form. On the registrar's web site, follow the Forms link to the "Graduation Application Packet."
As a graduate student, work with your local NAU campus staff, your advisor, and the Graduate College [928) 523-4348 or 1-(800) 426-8315 ext 4348] to complete the application for graduation and meet deadlines.
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It's affordable. Most NAU programs allow you to pay NAU tuition while studying abroad.
The NAU Center for International Education is the gateway to your study abroad experience. Contact an Education Abroad advisor to discover the program that best suits your educational and professional goals.