Elevate the Lumberjack experience by supporting student engagement
At Northern Arizona University, students are given numerous opportunities to shape their experience and contribute to Lumberjack life through student clubs and organizations. Each group provides students an engagement opportunity to shape their own Lumberjack experience where they can sharpen their leadership skills, make lasting connections, have fun, and build a lasting impact on their communities.
NAU is home to more than 400 student organizations, meaning there are more than 400 opportunities to find other Lumberjacks who share each other's interests and passions.
Student groups and organizations affiliated with SBS empower Lumberjacks to work together to promote justice, diversity, equity, inclusion, sustainability, and human and community well-being.
A gift today elevates the following student experiences:
NAU in the Navajo Nation: Care for Nahádzáán - a student-led project that supports NAU students as they learn more about the Native American stewards of this land and their ways of life. Students will spend three weekends volunteering and camping on often remote traditional Indigenous farms.
Psi Chi Honor Society - student members are devoted to improving lives through clinical work and research, highlighting psychology's impact on our world. Gifts will go toward reducing induction fee costs for all students, improving equity for students deserving of this distinction.