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Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff

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Flagstaff's diverse assortment of hotels and motels provides all the amenities you need to relax after a long day adventuring. The city is home to a number of luxury bed and breakfasts complete with jetted tubs and fireplaces. Budget-friendly bed and breakfasts have fewer facilities and are often farther out of town, but boast plenty of charm and character. If you like the outdoors, take advantage of the city's mountain surroundings and pitch a tent at a campground in nearby Kaibab National Forest.
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  • When ever we travel we always like to see the universities or colleges all over the USA. NAU is a nice college in a great town. Definitely worth a stop off and get the feel.  more »
  • This is a must see if your son or daughter wants to go to college. The campus is clean. their sky dome is incredible. It is close to walk to down town and very close to the train station. We have take...  more »
  • Pleasant to walk around in the sunshine although you need a hat.Parking can be difficult and you can be ticketed.  more »
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  • Heather Martel needs to be fired for harassing students for reading their bibles before class begins. Last I checked this is the United States of America where we have the freedom to do such things. This PC garbage is out of control. Wake up America! Wake up! If someone wants to KEEP their bible out on the desk during the whole class then they should be able!! Heather is a radical liberal bully pushing her power in the class room. FIRE HER
  • I DO not recommend the online version of this school; it's the worst thing I have ever experienced. I had to take an online course, and the instructor kept changing instructions for assessments that were due. For example quiz 5 was due on 4/28th, and I had to read chapters 12 and 13 and a 48 page article; however, when I went to rake the quiz, he had changed the quiz number. So quiz 5 was not due on the 28th, now it was due 6, and i had to read another 60 pages plus a different article just within an hour. YES, I was checking the quiz link through out the day, and he changed it the very few hours of the quiz being due. The same instructor posted a message that said students had 150 minutes to take the final exam, but when students entered the exam, they only had an hour and 40 minutes to finish the assessment. One student took an image of the instructor's message because that 150 minute post was deleted later. He then told students that because of the time discrimination he would not include the final exam grade in the the course mark, but to email him if learners wanted the grade added. In this graduate, he had a hundred points of the final cause mark for online multiple choice questions. To me, it's extremely rudimentary to have such standardized assessment in a graduate course; we should have shown our abilities by complaining essays and projects. In addiction, as working professionals parents, and students we need to have structure in graduate courses. in the end, I got a C in this course, which is the lowest passing for grade graduate courses. The university emailed me yesterday and said they have put a ow grade hold on my account, and I will not be able to enroll in any future courses ensure I fix my problem.
  • I'm perplexed as to why the Bible isn't allowed to be read before a History class? That book is full of so much great History. In addition, did I miss religion being taken out of the protected classes? Are we suddenly being censored, Its not like the young man got up in front of the class and started ministering, just reading a book, no big deal... move along.
  • Came here this summer to meet an old friend, who is a teacher here, and was treated like dirt all because she is in an abusive relationship and doesn't want people to know about it. Well, you are a service provider missy, you need to learn to treat people better than that regardless of your personal problems. No offence, but it was a terrible experience.
  • This so called college makes me sick! How can they tell someone they can not read the Bible before class? Just because you are a godless heifer doesn't mean you can force you're sick view onto others! This is America it was founded on the Bible and also in America everyone has the freedom to engage in any religion they want. I would not send my worst enemy to this college. If you look at every great civilization that collapsed you will see that homosexuality Was rampant.