Northern Arizona University

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Address: S San Francisco St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, United States

Northern Arizona University is research public university with motto that states the difference of matters. The president, Rita Cheng, leads 900 academic staffs as full time workers and more than 27000 students. The students are over 22000 from undergraduates and 4000 students from postgraduates. Northern Arizona University has 91 programs for bachelor degrees, 49 programs for master degrees, and 11 programs of doctoral degrees. This university is located in Flagstaff in Arizona, United States that has $136 million endowment. The campus lies in small city with 740 acres or 3.0 km squares area. Northern Arizona University was founded in 1899 with four former names. They were Northern Arizona Normal School, after that the university became Northern Arizona State Teacher’s College, then it is expanded into Arizona State Teacher’s College of Flagstaff, and the last became Arizona State College of Flagstaff till university accredited by NCACS or North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and this university is the first campus that receives accreditation from that institution.