Tuition and fees at NAU
NAU programs make college more affordable for Arizonans.The value of a quality education at NAU can benefit you throughout your life. As a student, your expenses will include tuition and fees. Your specific tuition and fee amounts will vary depending on several factors like residency, and the major and campus you choose.
Resident undergraduate 2023–2024 tuition and mandatory fees
$12,652 per year
$11,826 per year
Costs of attendanceFactor in things like housing and food, books, course materials, supplies and equipment, transportation and personal expenses using the cost of attendance calculator.
Affordability programs for residents.
Arizona Promise Program
The Arizona Promise Program helps eligible Arizona residents by covering the remaining tuition and fee costs not taken care of by other gift aid for up to four years.
NAU guarantees tuition coverage for undergraduate Arizona residents who have a household income up to $65,000. This is applicable at NAU’s Flagstaff and statewide campuses. Students who are members of Arizona’s 22 recognized tribes (including those living out of state) will automatically qualify for A2E, regardless of household income.
Nonresident undergraduate 2023–2024 tuition and mandatory fees.
$28,900 per year
Cost of attendanceFactor in things like housing and food, books, course materials, supplies and equipment, transportation and personal expenses using the cost of attendance calculator.
Affordability programs for nonresidents.
Western Undergraduate Exchange
Through the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) program, students from 14 western states as well as certain U.S. territories can receive a reduced tuition rate attending NAU. All majors at NAU are eligible for the reduced rate.
International students attending NAU will pay tuition and fees, and should also budget for housing and other expenses.
Students interested in attending NAU Online, can view their tuition and fees and also factor in costs associated with living off campus.