Important Announcement:
    Effective immediately the number of allowed course retakes that a student can complete in order to be eligible for the lumberjack Scholarship is specific to each graduating class.
    Graduating Class of 2020: allowed up to one (1) course retake
    Lumberjack Scholars Award
    • Award Amount covers up to 100 percent of tuition; does not cover fees or other expenses
    • Minimum 3.50 unweighted core GPA or higher in the 16 core college preparatory courses
    • No letter grade lower than a "B" earned in any of the required 16 core courses
    • No deficiencies
    • 7th semester high school transcripts must be received by a set day in February in order to verify eligibility
    • Test scores will not be used for eligibility
    • All documents that are faxed should be sent to 928-523-6023

    Lumberjack Scholarship Verification

    For verification of all lumberjack questions please contact NAU directly. 

    NAU Foundation and Private Donor Scholarship Applications 

    These scholarship applications are open and available to all incoming freshman who have been admitted to NAU. NAU Foundation: www.naufoundation.com
    See Mrs. Lytle in D100 for representative contact information.




    Date: Wednesday, November 13th, 2019

    Time: 6:00 to 8:00 pm

    Where: Health Sciences Education Building

    435 N. 5th St.

    Phoenix, AZ 85004

    How to attend: Walk-ins welcome! You can also register at https://slate.admissions.arizona.edu/register/fundingua1113



    Monday, November 18th  
    6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    University of Arizona - Phoenix Biomedical Campus
    Virginia Piper Auditorium 
    600 E Van Buren St  
    Phoenix, AZ 85004

    Please join the University of Arizona's College of Engineering for an exclusive evening in downtown Phoenix! Learn about the College's 15 degree programs, network with current Engineering students from multiple majors, participate in breakout sessions (for both prospective and admitted students and families), and have your questions answered by our Academic Dean as well as Admissions and Engineering staff.

    Refreshments and appetizers provided.

    Questions about the program? Please contact Leslie Grignon at (520) 626-6218 or lgrignon@email.arizona.edu.

    Please RSVP here.

    Their new tour registration system is live! Students can now register for a campus tour without logging in to UA Future. Here is the website: http://admissions.arizona.edu/general/ambassador-tours-student-led-campus-tours
    Students can choose an Honors, Engineering, or SALT info session option in addition to their campus tour. Students can also indicate they are interested in a Residence Life tour and they will be directed to that site.
    The University of Arizona no longer accepts ACT or SAT test scores listed on the high school transcript as official. All test scores need to come directly from either collegeboard or ACT in order to be used for merit aid and honors college consideration.

    See Mrs. Lytle in D100 for representative contact information.




    Seniors only - Students check your ASURITE account! Do you have anything on your TO DO list? If so, get it done! Send your ACT and SAT scores for scholarships and if you did NOT self-report, or ASU is asking for your 6th semester transcript, send it in! You may be jeopardizing your financial aid if you miss deadlines. You will only order FINAL transcripts from Parchment to the college of your choice during 2nd semester, making sure you choose "Hold for Grades" in the order process. If you do not, your CURRENT transcript will be sent. ASU will want your FINAL transcript which includes your final semester grades.
    Sun Devil Day and Experience ASU are excellent opportunities for students to meet with ASU admission counselors to ask questions about applying for college. Dates vary. Students can RSVP here.

    Nov. 15
    Applications for the 2020–2021 Public Service Academy and Entrepreneurship + Innovation cohorts open. These are competitive opportunities for students interested in leadership and entrepreneurship. Visit their websites for deadlines and eligibility requirements.

    Nov. 23
    ASU Theatre Experience presents Cream!, a special event for high school students considering theatre at ASU. ASU has exceptional performing arts programs, and this is your students’ chance to visit the school, tour our facilities, meet current students and find out what it’s like to be a theatre student at ASU. Learn more.

    See Mrs. Lytle in D100 for representative contact information.