- 1701 S. San Francisco St. ·
- (928) 523-5353
The NAU Lumberjacks are a member of the Big Sky Conference and sponsor 15 NCAA Division 1 level programs. Show your school spirit at football and men’s and women’s basketball games in the J.L. Walkup Skydome, the second largest wooden dome structure in the U.S. NAU also runs a complete indoor track and field schedule in the Dome, while soccer, swimming and diving, outdoor track and field programs have on-campus facilities, including Lumberjack Stadium and Wall Aquatic Center.
- 1115 S. Knoles Dr. ·
- (928) 523-5661
Home to the NAU Department of Theatre, the Clifford E. White Theatre is a 300-seat proscenium theatre that hosts a variety of stage performances. The Theatre and the adjoining Studio Theatre feature four to six main stage productions each year, and numerous second stage offerings.
- Knoles Dr., Bldg. 28 ·
- (928) 523-4900
Cline Library offers more than 1.4 million volumes in its collections, including books, periodicals, videos sound recordings, and archival materials related to the Colorado Plateau. These are housed in the library which features a 400-seat assembly hall and various computer labs. The Cline Library Assembly Hall offers a venue for events such as public lectures, film showings and more.
- 620 S. Knoles Dr. ·
- (928) 523-3471
The NAU Art Museum is housed in Old Main, the oldest building on campus. In addition to four major exhibitions each year, the Museum maintains a permanent collection of more than one thousand works in many media, including the Marguerite Hettel Weiss collection of approximately 500 pieces and a recent donation of more than 200 objects, some of them thousands of years old from various Asian cultures. Open during exhibitions Tuesday-Saturday. Closed during NAU holidays.
- 1115 S. Knoles Dr. ·
- (928) 523-4120
Ardrey Memorial Auditorium is NAU’s performing arts auditorium with a seating capacity of 1,300. Completely renovated in 2013, Ardrey is the premier performing arts and concert hall between Phoenix and Las Vegas, and serves as the performance home to the NAU School of Music, Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra and Master Chorale of Flagstaff. The Auditorium hosted every performance imaginable, including the Itzhak Perlamn, Jerry Seinfeld, Willie Nelson, the Lord of the Dance, and Spike Lee.